USB audio devices and FreeBSD
Hans Petter Selasky
hps at bitfrost.no
Tue Dec 17 07:41:49 UTC 2013
On 12/17/13 00:25, grarpamp wrote:
> Seems there's a lot of traditionally analog audio stuff
> (turntables, cassettes, radio, receivers, etc) on the
> market that can output the audio over USB in 16bit/44.1kHz
> (or 16bit/48kHz 'selectable'). Presumably this is for
> easy playback / ripping on a Windows [ugh] computer.
> I'm guessing this works just fine on FreeBSD with
> whatever the usual Unix software tools are, right?
You should beware that sox has/had a recording bug, that it will read
one and one sample, leaving you with very high CPU usage. Else recording
should work fine with FreeBSD.
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