Re: [linux-audio-user] hardware mixing - what it _actually_ is?

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Date: Monday, January 22, 2007 - 10:00 pm

On 1/22/07, Lee Revell wrote:

The device does support hardware mixing. I can take inputs coming into
the card and mix them directly with outputs coming from Alsa to create
an output stream going to my monitors in real time with no latency
with or without sending the inputs to Alsa for other uses.

The magic is created by the hdspmixer application written with love
and care by Thomas Charbonnel and initially debugged by Thomas &
myself back in 2004 I think. (Maybe 2003)

Hardware mixing works identically (well, very closely) for Win XP and Linux.

Note that the big difference between the Hammerfall and HDSP lines was
the addition of hardware mixing.

Hope this clarifies things a bit.

- Mark

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