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Posted: Mar. 22 2006,02:43 QUOTE

Does anyone else find that they can't control all the audio settings with DMIX? I have found that for the Toshiba libretto the audio channels are in the .umixrc file are:

MS Sound System (CS4231)::/dev/mixer::OSS
synth       32: 32 Stereo
pcm         50: 50 Stereo
speaker     21: 21 Mono  
line        21: 21 Stereo Recordable
mic         16: 16 Stereo Record Source
cd          32: 32 Stereo Recordable
mix          0:  0 Mono   Recordable
igain       75: 75 Stereo
Yamaha OPL3-SA3::/dev/mixer1::OSS
vol         50: 50 Stereo
bass         0:  0 Stereo
treble       0:  0 Stereo
mic         50: 50 Mono  
dig1         0:  0 Stereo

Umix defaults to using /dev/mixer, unless given the -d /dev/mixer1 option. This means that the code as it stands in DMIX can't control the volume, bass, treble, mic, or digital channels of the sound system.

I have posted on this before, but wondered if anyone more familiar with the umix/dmix code could more easily hack the code to allow for multiple mixers being used by a system.
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