Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] rme96 + 8 ADAT channels eith ecasound ?
From: Olaf Titel (olaf_AT_title.de)
Date: Sun Nov 10 2002 - 20:25:15 EET
thank you Patrick.
Everything works fine. I made a bad mistake. I used a quatro
pcm-wav-file with two quiet channels. Sorry! (I'm so stupid ! :-))
ALSA seems to be a useful API. I had to develop a lot of audio
apllications on windows with directX and mme the last years. I don't
like that stuff any more.
I will start to use Linux Alsa now and read the developer API!
I hope I can use Linux in projects in the future.
Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> Olaf Titel wrote:
>> Hi dear mailing list ?
>> I have got one question.
>> I'm using ALSA + digi96/8 PAD with an external ADAT (Korg 880D/A)
>> I can play sounds on the device hw:0 (analog).
>> I can also play sounds with the device hw:0,1 (ADAT) with ecasound and
>> aplay and other software.But in the momment all the sounds are send to
>> the first two ADAT-channels
>> Is it possible to use all 8 channels with ecasound or jack ?
>> Have I to send an 8 channel interleaved file or sterro files how?
>> How does it work.
>> Or have I to set up a special multichannel configuration in the
>> .asoundrc file.
> Have you looked at the explantion of how to set up an .asoundrc in the
> The click on the details link for your card and browse to the section on
> asoundrc. There is a link there for more info about asoundrc files. A
> couple of the examples are specific to RME cards.
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