Re: Exposing pcms to the Java Sound System

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Robert Scherer wrote:
>>> What would be another approach of achieving what i need?
>>
>> Rewriting that part of the JVM.
>> Using another JVM. (I don't think there is any other.)
>> Not using Java.
>
> From my understanding ALSA is responsible for defining the sound card
> mapping.

The OpenJDK enumerates only hardware devices and the "default" device.

> For example, I have another USB soundcard (digidesign mbox), which
> shows up as 3 separate devices in Java.

This is because the Mbox hardware has multiple stereo streams.

> Don't you think there is a way to modify the ALSA driver to map the
> hardware differently?

No, the CMI8788 has one eight-channel stream.


Regards,
Clemens

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