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Re: Fedora 11 nerfed my mixer



2009/4/21 Bastien Nocera <bnocera redhat com>:
> On Mon, 2009-04-20 at 23:29 -0500, Callum Lerwick wrote:
>> So, the shiny new pulseaudio mixer setup in F11 took away my ability to
>> tell the panel applet which channel to use. It seems to insist on
>> messing with the master. I have a second computer hooked in to the line
>> in, so it can share speakers with my main box. I had it set up so the
>> master volume was set on maximum, and the panel volume thingy adjusted
>> the PCM volume. This allowed me to adjust volumes separately, the
>> secondary box stayed at a constant volume and the main box could be
>> adjusted freely without affecting the secondary machine.
>>
>> How do I get this behavior back?
>
> _This_ behaviour, no. Any reasons why you don't use PulseAudio over the
> network instead?
>
> I'm afraid that your use of the volume control wasn't really something
> we thought about, and I'm not sure that's a use case we're that
> interested in catering for.
>
>> (Someday I'll just get me a proper studio mixer. Sigh...)
>
> Cheers
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Couldn't he also just use Pulseaudio to route the incoming sound from
his line input to the output, also allowing him to adjust the volume
separately and all?

This could be an option, if for example there is no fast network
between the computers.

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Joonas Sarajärvi
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