two sound cards, keeping their HW number

D. Michael McIntyre michael.mcintyre at
Sun Oct 14 01:38:04 BST 2007

On Saturday 13 October 2007, Luke Yelavich wrote:
> A better solution is to set the sound card you want as the default, and
> yes, there is a way of doing this without having to force a card to a
> perticular address.

Now *that* is a good trick to know.  I hope this works.  What about stupid OSS 
apps like the flash plugin, etc.?  If those will work too, then I think it's 
a serious shame it's no longer possible to buy real emu10k1 cards, because 
I'd recommend everyone stick one in and make it the default for all non-JACK 
audio.  That's the setup I have at the moment (the emu10k1 came up hw:0 in 
the reboot lotto) and it's working better than I've seen in a couple of 
years, since I threw the emu10k1 in a neighbor's computer (that I just got 
D. Michael McIntyre 

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