Under preferences... Audio I/O settings are defaulted to /dev/dsp.
Lindows uses arts for sound. /dev/dsp doesn't work. The program itself
works other than playing and recording. I've used it on many occasions
for swapping back and forth between .wav and .mp3... it works great!
Except for the I/O. Any idea what I should change these two settings to?
With the default settings all I get is "Error opening audio device"
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From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2003-07-27 16:29:35
Rv Kenny wrote:
> Under preferences... Audio I/O settings are defaulted to /dev/dsp.
> Lindows uses arts for sound. /dev/dsp doesn't work.
The current version of Audacity won't work while artsd is running. You
will need to turn off arts while you use Audacity. I believe you can do
this from the KDE Control Center. (Some versions of arts have an option
to turn off automatically while not in use.)