On 09/12/2011 08:00 AM, Arve Barsnes wrote:
It is very very unlikely that it's related to audacity. Your device is
probably not correctly identified or supported by ALSA (the kernel
driver for sound-cards).
It may help to post the output of
sudo lsusb -v
which will provide more info about the "little usb-thingy". I guess it
may mistakenly use some driver-settings for a similar compatible device.
Can you play audio?
aplay -l # lists all audio devices
aplay -D DEVICENAME some-audio.wav
As to your subject: rezound is a great sound-file editor; but it won't
work either if arecord or qarecord do not work.
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