Robin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 2008/8/11 Robin <email@example.com>:
>> 2008/8/11 Csanyi Pal <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>> Andrei Popescu <email@example.com> writes:
>>>> On Mon,11.Aug.08, 23:29:56, Csanyi Pal wrote:
>>>>> My goal is to stream the music and record my sough and then to mix
>>>>> theses together. How can I perform this task on my system?
>>>> I think you need jack or maybe just pulseaudio.
>>> I have installed these:
>>> aptitude search jack
>>> i A jackd
>>> aptitude search pulseaudio
>>> i pulseaudio
>>> Audacity still can't works when I run audacious.
>> I'm using version 1.3.5-beta and going to Edit/Preferences/Audio I/O -
>> Playback Device, I have a choice of Alsa:default or Alsa:dmix. If you
>> select dmix does that help?
I'm using audacity version and at Edit/Preferences/Audio I/O -
Playback Device I have only /dev/dsp
> Alternatively use /usr/bin/jacklaunch audacity
> Jacklaunch is in the libjackasyn0 package.
start audacity, but still can't to works audacity together with
Maybe I should to use ecasound for this purpose? Can I use ecasound
for this task?
Regards, Paul Csanyi
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