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Re: help understanding architecture of audio



JACK allows rewiring of software and devices.

http://qjackctl.sourceforge.net/qjackctl-ss1.html

On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 1:34 AM, don fisher <dfisher as arizona edu> wrote:
> I am quite familiar with connecting arbitrarily complex audio systems. I
> have been trying to understand how the sections of the linux audio plug
> together.
>
> For sources I have a microphone, audio and video CDs, and MP3s. For output I
> have an audio jack, a bluetooth transmitter.
>
> Is there a mux (or preamp equivalent) that allows one to select and input
> and output path? Perhaps also set the gain, balance, base, treble and
> loudness.
>
> Is there a document that describes haw to turn on, and then access the
> various input and and output channels.
>
> Sorry if this is to basic a question. All of my searches have found pieces,
> but I am confident there must be an top down design document.
>
> don
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