[linux-audio-user] Good mixer for Delta 1010LT...

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sun Jun 20 15:13:08 EDT 2004

On Sun, 2004-06-20 at 13:27, lee wrote:
> derek holzer wrote:
> > Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> > 
> >> Is there anything out there other than the regular Alsamixergui or Gnome
> >> alsa-mixer that has some flexibility here?
> > 
> > 
> > Try envy24control. It's in alsa-tools. It's the only one that lets you 
> > access all the controls of the soundcard.
> The one thing that threw me off (and I believe this qualifies as a bug 
> or perhaps confusing feature) is the digital mixer for all the channels 
> gives two faders per channel. So if you raise both faders on channel 
> one, it will send the same signal to both speakers. If you raise both 
> faders on channel two, it will do the same, effectively adding the two 
> signals together giving an output level twice as loud as what's actually 
> getting sent to the mixer.

That's a feature.  It just takes some getting used to.  Normally I raise
left on one channel and right on another.  This allows you to mix some
left into right and right into left or swap left and right.

> The m-audio mixer app on windows doesn't do this, it just joins channel 
> 1 + 2 when you check a bix, which is why I'm calling it a bug.

This just means that you have less flexibility on Windoze.  What else is


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