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I'm also having microphone problem so take my
answer with a grain of salt. I've seen some people
solve the problem by changing to "full duplex" in
the control center. Also, many default settings are zero
and need to be set higher - this can be changed in
your sound mixer (alsamixer or Kmix).
If that doesn't do the job, I can't help (rather, I need help).
Hi Sheng-Chieh, I tried all this, but I am not knowleadable enough to solve the issues. I tried GUIalsamixer and command line alsamixer. And the setting in the control center tab "Hardware" is Advanced Linux Sound Architecture", Full duplex is setand "Select MIDI device" is set to EMU10k1 MPU-401 (UART) -Rawmidi - 0 EMU10k1 (UART) ALSA device.