Not capturing sound
ariesgeek at gmail.com
Sun Feb 3 11:31:42 PST 2008
Thanks for the pointers, but still nothing. Checked mixer, I was at 0. Set
to 100, feedback, set to 0. Not a perms issue, I'm in as root.
Can't tell what it saw in terms of duplex. I looked through dmesg and
/var/log/messages and saw nothing about duplex as it relates to audio. I
saw where the device came up, so I know it's up. I'm assuming pcm0 is the
device in question?
Any other suggestions?
On Feb 3, 2008 1:03 AM, Predrag Punosevac <punosevac at math.arizona.edu>
> Dan Kelley wrote:
> > Good evening all.
> > Long-time FreeBSD user since 1997-ish. Been away from FreeBSD for a
> > I've always used it as a server, never tried as a workstation, so bear
> > me if I sound a bit dumb .
> > Here's the problem. Audacity won't record anything from the mic. I
> > the mic works because if I go to volume and turn it up I get feedback,
> > hear what's going on, etc.
> > So when I go into Monitor mode, for example, and even crank up the
> > nothing happens. Same for recording.
> > Suggestions? Sorry if I sound a bit dumb. You wanna talk kernel
> > I'm your guy, but I'm pretty dumb about this kinda thing.
> > Thanks in advance!
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> Check the mixer. The mike should be muted by default as well.
> Check also if the kernel saw your card in the full duplex mode.
> You might have permission problem as well since you need write
> access to the device.
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