Hello! i have a big problem - no sound after install linux mint 13
mate 64. well, sometimes if i reboot - i have it, but after nex reboot -
no sound no more, seems like pulseaudio don't see my sound card.
Laptop: Manufacturer: FUJITSU SIEMENS
Product Name: AMILO Pa 1510
Firmware Version: 1.07C
soundcard: 00:14.2 Audio device: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI
IXP SB4x0 High Definition Audio Controller (rev 01)
dmesg: http://pastebin.com/KF8ABwnY alsa-info: http://pastebin.com/QYBYNJi9
i read this topic: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=18512
and tried to add "options snd-hda-intel model=6stack-dig single_cmd=1"
to alsa-base.conf - it helped, after reboot i has sound, till i reboot
- now no sound no more.. i tried everything i found in the google,
even alsa-update - http://www.stchman.com/alsa_update.html
here is pulseaudio -vvv : http://pastebin.com/Gv4Qymhm
nothing can help me, but i understand that's the problem is in the driver..
can someone pls help me to fix the problem?
I submit this to you with great trepidation because I know there are
lots of problems with it, but, here is the first multi-track recording
I've ever made with nama/ecasound.
First, each of these four tracks were a first take of a song idea I
had. The bass and percussion parts were basically composed on the fly.
This is the first thing ever recorded on my linux box, so levels ETC.
It was also the first time I've ever mixed with nama.
Finally, there is some distortion in the mix and I'm not sure of its origin.
Anyway, with all that said, here's my first baby step. Hopefully I've
reduced your expectations to nothing so that you'll find something
good here. :-)
On Tue, May 28, 2013 4:20 am, Louigi Verona wrote:
> I would like to try it out. Any PPA for Precise?
> On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Angel de Vicente <angelv(a)iac.es> wrote:
>> Hi Louigi,
>> Louigi Verona <louigi.verona(a)gmail.com> writes:
>> > Many people ask for that and I will try. My problem is a bug in
>> > RecordMyDesktop which crashes if you try to record audio with JACK, at
>> > least on Ubuntu. The bug has been around for 2 years at the very
>> > least, so I pretty much gave up on that. I will re-check and if not,
>> > go for a workaround, although that might mean manual synchronization.
>> I have no idea if it will work with JACK, but when I tried a couple of
>> years ago, xvidcap gave me a much better quality than RecordMyDesktop:
As a UbuntuStudio team member, I would be very interested in your
findings. We would like to include a desktop recorder, but would prefer
the best we can ship. The xvidcap page says that xvidcap is an OSS audio
On Thu, June 20, 2013 12:14 pm, Rusty Perez wrote:
> Thanks for your kind words Mike and James,
> There are some xruns going on here.
> I'm using a delta 1010lt instead of the tascam I had originally tried
> to use. Basically I gave up on that because of the kernel problems.
> I'm running with a 3.0 ghz dualcore processor and 3 gb ram. I think
> that maybe a little lean.
Shouldn't be, at least not for what I heard there. I have an old P4
(single core)2.4Mhz and 2.5G ram. and I could handle that (I've done 12 or
so tracks) on Ardour. I do slide the latency, going low for recording and
higher for mixdown. I use a delta 66 which looks the same to the computer
as your 1010. System tweaks may help. I record with no effects of filters
at all, just direct sound.
On the plus side the levels were good, and the sound natural.
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On Wed, June 19, 2013 5:27 pm, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Btw. another issue might be that the OP perhaps wants one foot switch to
> start and stop, but the quasi default is that there are different
> switches/commands for start and stop and stop might provide an option to
> continue playing from the start position.
Space is pretty much default for start/pause. (works in qjackctl and
jack.transport anyway) Jack.transport seems to have the easiest batch of
one key commands to use:
"s : Start and stop transport. Aliased to [space].
l : Locate to entered time. Starting to type a number will also enter
i: Set skip increment to entered interval.
z : Locate to start (zero).
r : Erase and refresh screen.
> : Skip forwards. Aliased to . and [right-arrow].
< : Skip backwards. Aliased to , and [left-arrow]."
So looking at other programs where a foot switch might be handy and trying
to fit more than one might be an idea. space and left and right arrow
happen to be very common (space is used in unix all over the place). z is
the odd one out.
If this seems like a stupid question, it's because I'm very new at this.
Is there a way to control the jack transport system start/stop with a
hardware controller or footpedal? I want to control jack, thereby
controlling other jack aware applications which do not have
implementations of start/stop via midi.
Thanks so much!
On Wed, June 19, 2013 5:38 pm, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Wed, 2013-06-19 at 16:45 -0700, Len Ovens wrote:
>> BTW, for extra points add some rotary encoders and SW and make a mixer
> It's less expensive to buy such a device instead DIY.
I agree. Also, one generally wants system feed back as to where the knob
is adjusted to. The keyboard interface doesn't really provide a way of
doing that. The rasp pi GPIO is probably a better interface for that. DIY
does allow the exact layout the user wants though... sometimes that is
worth spending more on. Sometimes you just can't get what you want from
On Wed, June 19, 2013 4:37 pm, Len Ovens wrote:
> On Wed, June 19, 2013 9:30 am, Rusty Perez wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> If this seems like a stupid question, it's because I'm very new at this.
>> Is there a way to control the jack transport system start/stop with a
>> hardware controller or footpedal? I want to control jack, thereby
>> controlling other jack aware applications which do not have
>> implementations of start/stop via midi.
> USB keyboards are cheap (I'm talking about the qwerty kind). Inside is a
> tiny circuit board and lots of switches. Figure out the lines that go to
> the space, left arrow, right arrow (or whatever you think would be
> useful). Most programs will deal with key strokes. If you want it to be
> separate from your desktop KB there are ways of doing that probably in X
> or use a raspberry pi and run netjack and jack_transport or
> jack.transport... Or no jack at all on the pi and just have it ssh into
> your computer and run jack_transport.
BTW, for extra points add some rotary encoders and SW and make a mixer
On Wed, June 19, 2013 9:30 am, Rusty Perez wrote:
> Hi folks,
> If this seems like a stupid question, it's because I'm very new at this.
> Is there a way to control the jack transport system start/stop with a
> hardware controller or footpedal? I want to control jack, thereby
> controlling other jack aware applications which do not have
> implementations of start/stop via midi.
USB keyboards are cheap (I'm talking about the qwerty kind). Inside is a
tiny circuit board and lots of switches. Figure out the lines that go to
the space, left arrow, right arrow (or whatever you think would be
useful). Most programs will deal with key strokes. If you want it to be
separate from your desktop KB there are ways of doing that probably in X
or use a raspberry pi and run netjack and jack_transport or
jack.transport... Or no jack at all on the pi and just have it ssh into
your computer and run jack_transport.
The same thing can be used for making a foot switch to advance
impress/lyricue/or other presentation SW for displaying lyrics or a chord
chart for that matter.
Very simple project... put pc board in box, put how ever many 1/4 inch
jacks you want foot switches for. Get epiano sustain pedals to plug in
(make sure they are normally open or changeable). The pc card will have
two sets of contacts for scanning, so each switch will be connected one
contact on each set. I normally follow the traces back that go to the
switches I want. I don't know about now, but it used to be Yamaha and
Roland switches were opposite... One being NC and the other NO. Take an
Ohm meter to the music store :) (this one would work for sure:
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/KSP20/ as it is switch-able)
Don't worry about running out of switches... 101 should be enough to keep
your foot tapping happily.