[ltp] sound card mixing
Tue, 23 Dec 2003 18:02:40 +0200
OK, I was install NAS, and after 2 hours of try, I decide to ask you
again for help.
The Daemon is work, also I can run for example:
>auwave -audio tcp/localhost:8000
or by my local name r40:
>auwave -audio tcp/r40:8000
And If I understood right from the home page, the server is transparent
for a users, therefore
I steel use the device /dev/audio (or dsp) and the server must take
responsibility for give
sound aut to all the applications. I'm right ???
Any way I didn't get NAS work, any help please??
André Wyrwa wrote:
>Only one program can take the sound device at the same time.
>If you want to enable several programs to output sound through
>simultaneously, you will need a sound daemon such as
>esound (http://www.tux.org/~ricdude/EsounD.html) - part of GNOME,
>aRts (http://www.arts-project.org/) - part of KDE,
>rplay (http://rplay.doit.org/) or
>I'd recommend nas or Jack.
>> Haw can I configure my sound card or devices for play more than one
>>sound at the same time.
>> For example if I'm runing 'mplayer' I can't run in the same time
>>'xmms', he tool me that "can't open
>> There is a problem in the devices (/dev/dsp and /dev/mixer) or what
>>can I do ??
>> Thank you
>>Laboratory for Computer Graphics and CAD
>>Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
>>Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
>>Haifa, Israel 32000
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Laboratory for Computer Graphics and CAD
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa, Israel 32000
e-mail: email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>