[linux-audio-user] Debian 2.6.14 alsa problems

Nigel Henry cave.dnb at tiscali.fr
Fri Jan 6 09:59:26 EST 2006

On Friday 06 January 2006 13:48, Laura Conrad wrote:
> >>>>> "c" == cmetzler  <cmetzler at speakeasy.net> writes:
>     c> I haven't seen how the emu10k1 looks in recent versions of
>     c> alsa/alsamixer, but the volume control for the output of the
>     c> wavetable synth used to have the singularly unhelpful title of
>     c> "Music" in alsamixer.
> It looks to me like that has now been replaced with "synth".
>     c> You might play around there.  Or perhaps steal the mixer
>     c> settings from someone who's got it working, and see if that
>     c> helps.
> This sounds like a good idea.  Can someone using the emu10k1 driver
> with working MIDI post their mixer settings?

Hi Laura On Debian Sarge/Etch, using Alsamixer v1.0.10 , the only controls 
affecting midi output are. Master; Front; and Music; obviously with the 
Audigy switch unmuted also.

I'm using Kmid, and Emu10k1 Wavetable Emu10k1 Port2 -ALSA device (shown in 
Kmids midi config), and the other 3 ports are ok. 

Sfxload autoloads the soundfont on KDE startup.

Souncard is: Audigy2 soundblaster (emu10k1). Chip: Sigmatel STAC9721/23

Kernel: 2.6.11-1-386
Alsa version: 1.0.8      (with the 2.6.11 kernel)

Alsa components installed:
alsa-base      1.0.10-3
alsa-modules-2.4-27-2-386  1.0.10+1    (I have a 2.4 kernel, as well as the 
alsa-oss        1.0.10-1
alsa-utils        1.0.10-1

All the best. Nigel.

ps: sorry messing with the BIOS didn't fix it.

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