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It is hard to tell over the static but for me it sounds like one of the default pidgin sounds. It could also be the systembell. To Further debug you sound you could kill the existing pulseaudio server, with pulseaudio -k. And launch pulseaudio -vvvvv It could be that you have any kind of IM running in background? Is there anything visible running in your ...


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From the command line, man lsof sudo lsof +D /dev/snd will list all the open files in /dev/snd, and which program has them open. See also man fuser.


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The VirMIDI driver is designed as an interface between programs that access RawMIDI devices (actually, OSS devices /dev/midi*) and ALSA sequencer clients. Everything received at the raw MIDI device (hw:1,* or /dev/*) is sent on to the sequencer port. Everything received at the sequencer port (Virtual Raw MIDI 1-*) is sent on to the raw MIDI device. To ...


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That's OK, I found a documentation for it, it was in ALSA API documentation (I just missed it on the first look): ALSA project - the C library reference (alsa-project.org) A sequencer core has two pre-defined system ports on the system client SND_SEQ_CLIENT_SYSTEM: SND_SEQ_PORT_SYSTEM_TIMER and SND_SEQ_PORT_SYSTEM_ANNOUNCE. The SND_SEQ_PORT_SYSTEM_TIMER ...



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