[LAU] audio compression of all alsa output?
bradley newton haug
bradleyhaug at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 16:50:36 EST 2007
ALSA allows you to use LADSPA plugins in a software plug layer.
it has an example very close to your needs.
On Dec 3, 2007 12:52 PM, Nathan Curry <thegnu at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've got a system I'm doing tech support on, and I'm trying to get all
> audio streams normalized/compressed before the audio is spit out the
> Basically, we've got several buttons that play an audio stream through
> mpg123. The streams are different volumes and that understandably
> upsets the customers when they change audio streams and it's suddenly
> blaring christian contemporary music at their patrons.
> Does anyone know of any way to do this, or at least any little
> compression/normalization apps I might be able to pipe the data
> through? I would prefer to avoid JACK, but that's only because I don't
> want to have to do more work than necessary, and this isn't (rather,
> shouldn't be) a very complex system.
> Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.
> PS: This godawful thing is running on FC4 (vanilla, for all intents
> and purposes), btw.
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