[LAU] mudita24 1.02 -- improved envy24control mixer/router for ice1712-based sound-cards
musicwolf at web.de
Thu Aug 12 12:02:36 UTC 2010
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Am 08.08.2010 02:20, wrote Niels Mayer:
> The "Mudita24" package is a modification of alsa-tools' envy24control:
> an application controlling the digital mixer, channel gains and other
> hardware settings for sound cards based on the ice1712 chipset (
> http://alsa.cybermirror.org/manuals/icensemble/envy24.pdf ). It
> also displays a level meter for each input and output channel and
> maintains peak level indicators. This utility is preferable to
> alsamixer(1) for those with ice1712-based cards: M-Audio Delta 1010,
> Delta 1010LT, Delta DiO 2496, Delta 66, Delta 44, Delta 410 and
> Audiophile 2496. TerraTec EWS 88MT, EWS 88D, EWX 24/96, DMX 6Fire,
> Phase 88. Hoontech SoundTrack DSP 24, SoundTrack DSP 24 Value,
> SoundTrack DSP 24 Media 7.1. Event Electronics EZ8. Digigram VX442.
> Lionstracs, Mediastaton. Terrasoniq TS 88. Partial support for
> Roland/Edirol DA-2496.
looks really great. Finally a mixer panel with REAL db-value readout.
Can't wait to try it out.
One thing that is still a little unclear to me is, do I still need the original
package (Ubuntu 10.04), or can I simply install over a standard alsa implementation?
Thank you very much for this beautiful digital mixer.
P.S.: While we're at it: Maybe you could explain me what the 'volume change
rate' value on the '
hardware settings' tab means? What is it for? What does it adjust/smooth out?
"A mind is like a parachute -
It doesn't work if it's not open."
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