[RDD] M-Audio Delta 44 and Rivendell
jeffares.robert at gmail.com
Fri Oct 26 23:59:21 EDT 2012
Install found it and we set up the ins and outs ok. I use one out for
one service and another out for another.
On Thu, 2012-10-18 at 11:16 +0800, Stan Fotinos wrote:
> Hi All
> Has any got a Delta 44/66/1010 soundcard working with the Rivendell
> Centos 5 Appliance disc?
> On 18/10/12 6:32 AM, ltyndale at tyndaleweb.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Give amixer a try. I'm not sure if it is installed by default on
> > centos, however it works as a command line mixer utility.
> > >From a command prompt, for example you can use:
> > amixer -c 0 scontrols
> > and it will print out a list of the controls (change the 0 for whatever
> > sound card you want to control if you have multiple sound cards)
> > It should list all the options that you can control.
> > Then figure out which item you want to control from the list, and to set
> > it. For example, to set the master output on my sound card at 80%
> > volume, I use:
> > amixer -c 0 sset 'Master' 80%
> > If you have a copy of alsamixer you should see its screen update to the
> > new setting, that way you can check if you've figured out the correct
> > command.
> > amixer --help
> > will give you more information
> > also
> > man amixer
> > gives even more info.
> > Its a great command-line tool and can be easily scripted.
> > Lorne Tyndale
> >> Running CentOS 6.3 and I have disabled the onboard audio in BIOS so the
> >> only sound card reported is the M-Audio, and Rivendell defaults to it
> >> now, it just starts with the output level at -? so i have to go and turn
> >> the volume up everytime it would reboot. I want to get this ready for
> >> the on air guys to be able to just watch it run since I might be moving
> >> to a different station and won't be able to babysit it like i have for
> >> the last year
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