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truly 09-16-2005 03:30 AM

sound recording
 
Hi,


I am having a problem with Fedora core 4. I am unable to record sound . I am having audicity and Sox also, i am able to hear sound but any able to record sound. I am recording through headphone. My sound card information is
" Vendor : Intel
Model: Corporation 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) AC'97 Audio Controller.
Module: Snd-intel8x0"

what are the settings for Recording.


Thanks & Regards
truly

ciotog 09-16-2005 03:16 PM

I like to use aumix to set all the sound levels on startup - I have aumixrc in /etc as follows:
Code:

vol:95:95:P
pcm:95:95:P
speaker:80:80:P
line:0:0:R
mic:0:0:P
cd:80:80:P
igain:20:20:P
ogain:0:0:P
line1:0:0:P
dig1:0:0:P
phin:0:0:P
phout:0:0:P
video:0:0:P

You'll notice the 'R' at the end of line:0:0:R, which sets line in as the default recording device. You'll want to put the 'R' at the end of mic instead, and change line to 'P'. You might need to make other changes to the values as well. Then run
Code:

aumix -L
(which you can put in whatever startup script you want to use). This should fix things, although I must mention that perhaps speaking into a set of headphones isn't the best way to record ;)


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