[ubuntu-uk] Multiple soundcards
dave at hansonforensics.co.uk
Mon May 21 08:16:52 UTC 2012
>> On 19/05/12 08:02, Dave Hanson wrote:
>>> Is it possible to trick Ubuntu into thinking it has two sound cards
>>> so I can use one for the main channel and one for the monitor
>>> channel but both would really be output on my USB headphones?
>> This may be possible with 'jack', but I haven't used it in anger for
>> some time.
Thanks Alan - I tried to find useful resources but couldn't, I did make
better progress with alsa and created a virtual soundcard - however, I
couldn't get both channels through my headphones, they are
microsoft lx-3000 ones which I'm guessing may not be able to handle/cope
with both channels at once?
>> - --
>> Alan Pope
>> Engineering Manager
>> Canonical - Product Strategy
>> +44 (0) 7973 620 164
>> alan.pope at canonical.com
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> I also use Mixx and thought I had to spent a fortune on a new sound card
> until I found a USB sound card such as these http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=*
> for very little outlay the on-line user guide to Mixx talks you through
> configuration (very simple really). Mine cost £3.00 and works brilliantly
> (only limited by my talent)
Thanks Pete - I think I may have to purchase one of these and get some
standard 3.5mm headphones - can you confirm if then you can actually get
the main output and the headphone output through the same set of headphones
at the same time please?
> Have fun
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