Re: Installed Fedora17, now trying to play sound
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On 07/16/2012 09:09 AM, Charles Henry wrote:
On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 10:59 PM, Robin Paulson<robin.paulson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 16 July 2012 15:44, Ivan K<ivan_521521@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Also, in the "Applications Menu" there are the following: "ALSA Mixer" "Envy 24 Control" "Pulse Audio Volume Control"personally, if you're going to use this for recording/making music, i'd recommend ripping out pulseaudio entirely and installing jack instead. those applications will become redundant then. there are many jack-specific mixer/playback/control applications to manipulate the sound, and it is far superior to pulseaudio, although the latter is fine for general use: voip, listening to music, etc.Is there still a "pasuspender" (Pulse Audio suspender) command to let you run jack or alsa applications without the PA in the middle?
Jack will automatically request the card from Pulse Audio and release it when it is done, you don't need to do anything special.
At home, I think I'm running Debian Squeeze with both PA and jack, and each works fine. Jack will take over in place of PA, when I want it to, without using the pasuspender command.
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