Like many others in that forum, i can't record from line-in.
I have RedHat 8.0, emu10k1, SBLive and was playing wit almost every combination with the mixer. I think the problem is the dsp-mgr not setting the correct route.
Playing sound works fine.
Can anybody tell me the correct route, the /etc/modules.conf and other setting what might be needed.
If you get the sound playback to work otherwise, usually "emu-dspmgr -aAnalog:Front" is enough as stated on earlier posts.
if you want to record from line in, use smixer at best.
kmix and all the sh*t doesn't work for recording at real time...
uh.. i don't understand what you guys are talking about.. So how to get sound reccording to work? I have the same problem, sound works but no reccording. I have an audigy2 by the way.
I have an SoundBlaster Live 5.1 card and I have a microphone plugged into the "mic" jack of the SB soundcard. I bring up the "Gnome menu -> Programs -> Multimedia -> Sound Recorder" program and try to record some gibberish while talking into the microphone. When I play the file back nothing is heard. I've done
emu-dspmgr -a"Analog L:Mic Rec"
I bring up kmix, a mixer app and it shows the mic selected as the recording device.
The microphone works on Windows 2000.
Set route Analog:ADC Rec, works for me! If you want to use the one on the live drive set Line2/Mic2 :ADC Rec
And i don't know what shit hampel was talking about:
"if you want to record from line in, use smixer at best.
kmix and all the sh*t doesn't work for recording at real time... " Anyway, whatever he says, it's WRONG! The mixer doesn't have anyting to do with recording in realtime or not. It's just a tool to set signal levels!
I have a SB Audigy2 ZS and I can't the mic to either, using FC3.
All other sounds works great.
Has anyone found fix for using Microphone ?
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