On Tue, May 30, 2000 at 04:12:16PM +0100, Paul Kelly wrote:
> Joe Fay wrote:
> > I've tried some of the drivers for this card under Linux, but nothing
> > consistant and satisfactory so far. I need to do full duplex -- both
> > MIDI and multiple audio tracks.
>> Did you try the latest snapshot from http://opensource.creative.com ?
>> Works for me with full duplex on the PCM side, and it has the neat trick
> of allowing up to 32 programs to open /dev/dsp - all mixed into the
MIDI has some problems though. Check the archives of the mailing list,
but you want the sequencer tag of the current version (CVS will be
required). I think it does full duplex, and it definitely does
hardware mixing, which means in general you don't need esd any more,
unless you want to do network stuff.
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