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ice1712 with fluidsynth in Puppy Linux 2.16
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srlevitt

Joined: 20 May 2007
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PostPosted: Thu 14 Jun 2007, 15:46    Post subject:  ice1712 with fluidsynth in Puppy Linux 2.16
Subject description: Fluidsynth plays fast and loose with my config
 

Has anyone any experience using ice1712 with fluidsynth in Puppy Linux?
My task is to take an ice1712 device (M-audio delta 1010LT) and be able to play different wav files through each of the four speaker pairs
simultaneously. Whilst doing this, I need to use Fluidsynth as a soft MIDI synth to generate sounds on the first pair of speakers.

Seems like I can do either the wav, or the midi, but not both at the same time. As soon as I start up fluidsynth, it seems to totally re-jig my sound setup I carefully crafted in ~/.asoundrc such that the channels I created for each of the speaker pairs are no longer there. They return as soon as fluidsynth exits.

If you have any helpful hints, tips or pointers to info, this would be
greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Steve.
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