[LAU] Timers [Was Re: Awkward intermittent bug]
zotz at 100jamz.com
Sat Feb 21 08:29:11 EST 2009
Have you tried setting audacity to 16000 at the bottom left of the window and
recording? What are the results? If you did and reported it, I missed it.
On Saturday 21 February 2009 06:42:59 David Hugh-Jones wrote:
> So I've been doing some more testing and I think this must be a timer
> issue. The logic is that when I record my voice, the timing looks
> strange - a 10 second recording will be shown as 5 seconds (and played
> back that way).
> Can anyone point me towards a good explanation of ALSA timers and how
> to configure them? I have been looking around but can't find one.
> 2009/2/19 David Hugh-Jones <davidhughjones at gmail.com>:
> > Hello all
> > I've been trying to fix this for months on and off and have had no
> > luck. I'm afraid it's Skype-related, but I hope there is some general
> > interest.
> > My problem is that usually, when I record from my USB webcam
> > microphone (a creative Live! USB cam), the pitch is shifted upwards so
> > I sound like on helium.
> > But, sometimes, this doesn't happen. I can't identify the difference.
> > Can anyone suggest what I should be looking for? I tried grepping
> > /sys/snd*/parameters and comparing them for when the mike works and
> > when it doesn't; they are identical.
> > My kernel is 2.6.17-12; Alsa version 1.0.17; a generic Ubuntu Intrepid
> > setup, using PulseAudio.
> > Cheers
> > David
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