[PD] help with mic input in linux?
delire at selectparks.net
Tue Jun 24 07:33:26 CEST 2003
errm that was 'pd -rt -alsa -inchannels 2'
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 15:30:06 +1000
delire <delire at selectparks.net> wrote:
//are using pd with alsa?.
//try this first:
//'pd -rt -alsa inchannels 2' and or set it in your ~/.pdrc
//if you are hearing input coming across the speakers then your bottle neck is pd. if this doesn't work you may need to explore setting your audio in devices, yes.
//On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 14:19:32 -0400
//David Merrill <dmerrill at media.mit.edu> wrote:
////Hi there -
////I'm struggling to get microphone input into pd from linux. I'm using
////ALSA, and the planet-ccrma version of Redhat 8.0 on an IBM thinkpad.
//// The main things I don't understand are:
////- how do the settings in alsamixer affect how audio comes into PD? (the
////main reason I ask is that when I boost the level of the mic and/or
////line-in in alsamixer, I *hear* the microphone/line audio coming out of
////the speakers of my PC, but so far I haven't been able to get PD to grab it)
////- (relately), can I have the levels of mic/line turned down or even
////muted in alsamixer, but still get this audio into PD for processing? I
////don't actually want the audio to go straight through my system to my
////speakers (thus I want to turn down/off these levels in alsamixer), but I
////do want the audio to be available to PD for processing.
////- is there any good way to figure out how "-audioindev" devices are
////numbered in linux other than trial and error? (in the presence of my
////above problem, I'm not sure if "-audioindev 1" is any more likely to
////work than "-audioindev 10" based on the multitude of devices that show
////up in alsamixer..)
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