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ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture ) is an API of audio functions for the linux platform.

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device: pcm.rate_convert { # snip hint.description "Describe your device here" } I haven't yet found documentation on this, but you can find an example in alsa.conf on your system (I have it in /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf) alsa.conf in the alsa GitHub repo …
answered Jul 9 by Kevin W Matthews
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transferring it in one operation could result in unacceptable delays, called latency. To solve this, ALSA splits the buffer up into a series of periods (called fragments in OSS/Free) and transfers the …
answered Jul 11 by Kevin W Matthews