[Ardour-Users] My Recent Struggles With the RT kernel and Ardour - With Happy Ending

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Fri Jan 2 09:28:01 PST 2009

Mark Knecht wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 7:39 AM, Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> wrote:
>> Joe Hartley wrote:
>>>> I haven't tested the mobo with the onboard sound turned on (why would I?).
>>> No reason in the world :)
>> Depending to the needs of the users, on-board sound is needed for
>> MPU-MIDI, HDMI and stuff like that. I guess it's wise to disable
>> on-board sound, but it would be good if it would be possible to use
>> on-board audio devices sometimes too.
>> Happy New Year!
>> Ralf
> I use on-board sound all the time. It's a stereo output that's output
> and then run back into an 8 channel A/D which is one of the pieces of
> hardware hooked to my main card which is an HDSP 9652. The on-board
> sound chip works for all the Gnome sound apps. The HDSP us used
> primarily for Jack apps.
> - Mark

Hardware and multimedia Linux for production is something I never had
success with, for me things were always to handle easier, when on-board
sound was disabled. If I use a consumer sound application, I will use my
production audio device too and system sounds are made by the computer
speaker, if needed, e.g. for incoming emails.

Happy New Year!

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