ben at funkytwig.com
Fri Apr 1 01:17:55 UTC 2016
On 01/04/2016 00:50, Ffanci Silvain wrote:
> Ben Edwards, Apr 1 2016:
>> I believe that I can do something in .asoundrc (which I believe is a
>> ALSA config file that sits in my home directory), to convert the
>> 24bit device to a 16bit device.
> Have you tried plughw as a device:
> The plug or plughw allows for some automatic conversions. Otherwise
> would you consider JACK - the JACK Audio Connection Kit?
OK, had a look at http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Asoundrc.
Seems I need to use a slave.
Is this correct?
rate /44100 /
Not sure exactly what S16_LE. Cant find a list of the formats. Or is
this the format of the card, not the format I want.
Not against using jack but only if I have to. It seems more complex and
I am very new to al this.
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