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Which version of Mint are you running? 17.2? Cinnamon or MATE desktop? I have a Corsair Vengeance 1500 USB Headset and I'm using linux Mint. My headset doesn't always immediately work when connecting it to my pc, but most of the time the headset works. Sometimes the driver (I suspect) suddenly shuts down for a couple minutes. Sometimes I can get ...


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Apparently (ubuntu forums thread), it's a buffer under-or-overrun, X stands for under or over. It's a sign that your system did not process some buffers in time, so some data is missed. It is particularly true when you run at very low buffer size where the sound card should process incoming buffers very fast (overrun). Some chips cannot cope with small ...


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There is a project that works for several input files: split2flac From the project description: split2flac splits one big APE/FLAC/TTA/WV/WAV audio image (or a collection of such files, recursively) with CUE sheet into FLAC/M4A/MP3/OGG_VORBIS/WAV tracks with tagging, renaming, charset conversion of cue sheet, album cover images. It also uses ...


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sox doesn't need to play the file in order to gather statistics on it. Use -n to suppress sound output. Use the stat effect to find info on max levels: $ sox mytest.mp3 -n stat ... Maximum amplitude: 0.228743 Minimum amplitude: -0.235424 ... Volume adjustment: 4.248 The above example file can have its volume increased by 4.2 to be normalised ...


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cdparanoia started as a patch on a cdda2wav from 1997 and never updated the cdda2wav code. Since 2002, there is no visible activity on the project. cdrdao was a similar short running project, founded in 1998 and no new features since at least 2004. There was never special support for bad media. cdda2wav started in 1993 and is still actively maintained. In ...


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After I blacklisted snd-hda-intel and rebooted everything worked perfectly out of the box.


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Well obviously you can do it by running a program that reads audio from a capture device and writes it to the HDMI output (potentially through pulseaudio, so you can mix other sounds with it). I don't have any specific suggestion for you about what program to look for, sorry. I think it's unlikely that two different cards (the analog codec on the mobo, and ...


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I tweaked the above ideas some more. It records forever, records all noise until (roughly) a second of silence is encountered. Then: Ensures two subdirectories are created Calculates two spectrographs of the recording - one before normalisation, and one after, and writes to datestamped folders. Writes the normalised one to a file to a datestamped folder. ...


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I found an answer here: http://www.debianuserforums.org/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=2433#p23869 I just had to enter modprobe snd_hda_codec modprobe snd_hda_intel modprobe snd_hda_intel_codec and now the sound is working


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The short answer is no, because an audio CD is not representable as an ISO image. The slightly longer answer is that audio CDs are represented by the "red book" standard, while ISO images are burned according to the "yellow book" standard mode 1, which adds an additional layer of error correction. A program that burns an ISO for you will add this ...


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I don't suggest purging the pulseaudio package. You could remove it's files and then re-install it, if you really want to try that. Things to check: psg () { ps u -p $(pgrep "${@:--u$USER}"); } # define a handy function psg pulse # see if there is a pulseaudio process running cat /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/sub0/hw_params # see if anything in your ...


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Some logitech mice have programmable buttons. Some of those have onboard storage to make profiles stored on the mouse. If you have access to a computer that can run Logitech's mouse setup software, you could make the mouse's USB keyboard component send multimedia-key presses (I think with autorepeat), instead of handling it in software on the GNU/Linux ...


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Possible locations for the configuration file are /etc/asound.conf for all users, or ~/.asoundrc for a single user. The file ~/.asoundrc.asoundconf is a file created by the asoundconf tool, and should not be edited by hand.


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It won't work, I bought mine on black Friday and it only works with 32 kernels and only the front audio, it is a good card but only for Windows, for Linux try this one ASUS PCI-Express x1 Sound Card XONAR ESSENCE


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Have you tried executing the command beep (try as normal user and as root)


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> cat /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf options snd_hda_intel index=1 options snd_hda_intel index=2 options snd_usb_audio index=0 There can be only a single options line for one module, so snd-hda-intel ends up with the option index=2. Options with multiple values must use a single line, with the values separated by commas (index=1,2). However, for this ...



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