On Tue, 5 Jan 2010, David Adler wrote:
>> Just so I covered all bases, I rebooted into windows and actually made sure the 2496 produces sound (no false connections etc.). Strangest thing, I can route xmms to ardour2 and see the signals coming in (leds bouncing), but actual sound coming out of the 2496 alludes me.
MIXER: You need to make sure that you have the
'envy24control' GUI mixer. This is the most effective way
to control your card. It is usually installed with a
package called something like 'alsa-tools-gui'.
JACK: In qjackctl it set it up to use hw:1 with Duplex.
Make sure the levels are up: Go to the tab "Analog Volume"
and turn everything up all the way.
Make sure it's routed right: Go to the tab that says "Patch
Bay/Router" and select "Digital Mix L" and "Digital Mix R"
for H/W Outs 1 and 2.
Turn on Outs 1 and 2 in your monitor: Go to the tab that
says "Monitor PCMs" and un-click the "L/R Gang" for Out 1
and Out 2. Now, un-mute the Left for Out 1... and un-mute
the Right for Out 2. Turn the volumes all the way up on Out
1 and Out 2.
Hope this helps:
 This may be a redundant step, not sure.
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