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What could be happening is that the desktop sound is captured at the wrong sample rate. This may happen if the pulse audio reports sample rate incorrectly. After having modified the config file as suggested in the linked answer (uncomment default-sample-rate setting in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf and set it to the correct value, probably 48000) you'd have to ...


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Not sure if this will fix it for you, but I have a script that I haven't had problems with. Comparing our two scripts, the only differences I can see are: my filter_complex is just amerge I force the use of 4 threads My audio codec is mp3lame I'm thinking the audio codec change is the most relevant difference. I think that some audio codecs get ...


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Run pavucontrol. Under "Configuration" menu, select "Off" option for Built-in Audio card.


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First of all we need to configure/change the audio configuration for our bluetooth device (in my case, Bose Soundlink), I wouldn't assume that this steps would work for every bluetooth device, so give it a try, and hopefully it'll work. We type in this command. sudo nano /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf This will open or if not exist previously then create the ...


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@eyoung100's comments helped me find the solution on my own. In PulseAudio volume control's "Input Devices" tab, ensure that "Monitor of Built-in Analog Stereo" is not muted.


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Alsa,OSS, or others it mentioned to plurality, So community-base can grow up better than company-base. Anyway, GNU\Linux is one of best envirounment of development. Specially low level development. It's related to yourself and your programming language.But you have many chooices in GNU\Linux. PortAudio Library is one of best library you can use for do it. ...


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I had the same problem on Centos 6.5 with skype 4.3. The skype did not see resource files. Fixed by creating a symbolic link "skype" pointing to folder where skype is installed: sudo ln -s /usr/local/skype-4.3.0.37 skype


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So today I woke up turned on my system and everything works fine. Not sure what happened but I did reinstalls on pulseaudio before that and changed the snoop=0 to snoop=1 in the etc/modprobe.h/alsa-base.conf to the previous command I had there. So one of those things fixed it. If someone comes up with the same issue be sure to install the latest stable ...



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