Help with Audacity on Kubuntu 8.04
rick_knight at rlknight.com
Sun Sep 21 19:02:48 BST 2008
Rick Knight wrote:
> Ric Moore wrote:
>> On Sat, 2008-09-20 at 19:42 -0700, Rick Knight wrote:
>>> Ric Moore wrote:
>>>> Did you get the message "device /dev/snd missing"? Ric
>>> No, I did not get that message. Also, as I said in a previous post I
>>> have been able to get the ALSA drivers to work. But I still cannot get
>>> the USB input to work, with Audacity or in general. In fact, my USB
>>> device does not show up in Alsamixer. It shows up in Kmix, but only as
>>> an input device and just as a microphone. No sound from the USB at all.
>>> Is there additional configuration required for a USB device with ALSA?
>> If you have the terminal command "lsusb" handy, that will tell you what
>> the system sees attached to usb. It's been ages since I had to use it to
>> set up a webcam, but getting the device's numbers may be of use to you,
>> if it shows up. If your device doesn't show up, then it's another can of
>> Have you goggled on your USB device to see if others have a similar
>> problem?? If so, you may just have to forgo using it as a USB device and
>> do the patch cord thing that you said did work. I really wish I or
>> another could be of more help. Maybe getting a 3 foot or so stereo cable
>> extension would prevent you from having to dink with the backside of
>> your system. :) Ric
> Got the USB audio working. All it took was a restart with the USB
> turntable plugged in, so probably just restarting the soundserver would
> do the same.
I still have one problem with the USB turntable. I can record through
the USB device, but I can't just play a record through my sound card. I
can only hear the audio when I play back the recorded audio. Is there
any way to get the USB device to play through my sound card?
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