On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Andrew Gaydenko wrote:
alsactl *should* save/restore everything. perhaps i've forgotten and
it doesn't handle the triples used by the matrix mixer. that is
possible. i couldn't run hdspmixer for a while (thanks fedora and
fltk), so i just made sure i ran my script as: "hdspctl on play" as
part of every boot. that set things up the way i needed them. the
logic in there is pretty amenable to alteration to give you any
combination of routing + levels unless its something totally random.
keep in the mind that the matrix mixer is a huge piece of
configuration data. on a full hdsp system, its about 1500+ elements;
on a MADI system its much bigger still. the fact that it consists of 3
items (source, destination, gain) has always been a problem for some
ALSA utilities and other tools based on the idea that a control is at
most a pair of items.
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