Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Have you tried to press "Set as fallback" before close the pavucontrol window? It seems to be permanently fixed in my case :)


0

The internal sound card may not be detected or have the required drivers. You must report the dmesg log found in /var/log/dmesg which can contain valuable information about hardware initialisation (or failure of)


0

If you want to record audio, you can use this ppa although ppas are untrusted: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:osmoma/audio-recorder sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install audio-recorder This won't work on 15.10+. If you are using 15.10+ let me know and I'll post instructions on how to install on newer versions.


0

I just had to reinstall due to some HDD issues, but everything works now.


0

I was able to get Audigy 4 analog output working in Ubuntu 15.04 by selecting the "Digital Output (S/PDIF)" in the System Settings > Sound. I believe it was working fine in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (except the zero volume in right channel issue that can be fixed with alsamixer) so this issue was probably introduced recently.


0

sudo apt-get install alsa-base* indicator-sound* libcanberra-pulse* osspd* osspd-pulseaudio* pulseaudio* pulseaudio-module-bluetooth* pulseaudio-module-x11* unity-control-center* unity-control-center-signon* webaccounts-extension-common* xul-ext-webaccounts* see this link by Mythux See how to bring back


0

I discovered the answer to this, somewhat by accident. Rather than load the modules as the WebUpd8 page says, I just started qpaeq and set my output device in Sound Settings to FFT Based Equalizer. It says it's using an ALSA sink (alsa_output.pci-0000_00_14.2-analog-stereo-equalizer or something like that), and it works properly. I tried adjusting the ...


1

You could use the unofficial system-wide PulseAudio equalizer: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-equalizer Source Or install Pulseaudio with system-wide equalizer support in Ubuntu Add a PPA and install sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/pulseaudio-eq sudo apt-get update sudo ...


1

Ok, I have discovered that it is possible and I discovered how: I installed all bluez (bluez + bluez-*) packages and purged any other application related to bluetooth (blueman, bluewho, etc.). I do not know if this is strictly relevant, but until I didn't do this I couldn't manage to connect to the speakers. I also installed all the pulseaudio utilities ...


0

I had exactly the same problem (audio skips and stutters at random, CPU usage low) with Ubuntu 14.04. Upgrading Alsa/DKMS following this procedure solved my issues: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Audio/UpgradingAlsa/DKMS make sure dkms is installed: sudo apt-get install dkms load .deb for your system from ...


0

ALSA(Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) is sound driver that provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. previously it was supporting mpg123 in older version 0.5.0 of ALSA. now ALSA is not providing support to mpg123 and announced it as deprecated. more info here mpg123 is a audio player and decoder library


0

This is officially a bug in Ubuntu 15.04 with Microsoft Lifecam HD-5000. See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/vivid/+source/linux/+bug/1485910 for details. Should be fixed with a future release of the Kernel.


0

What kind off connection do they have wired blue tooth, which kind off hardware? then there could be a chance to find some thing


0

Judging by the looks you can "mute" your mic input with Fn-keys. Have you tried toggling this "mic mute" ?


0

I had the same problem with my laptop (Asus S56CB), I fixed it by adding this line: options snd-hda-intel model=laptop-dmic at the end of this file: /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf then reboot. If it doesn't work you should try to replace the model (laptop-dmic) with one of these: ...


1

To level output volume we can apply LADSPA filters to our audio sink: Automatically adjust the volume based on content? So after having installed the Steve Harris' plugins (swh-plugins ) we can issue the following commands in a terminal to create a sink with a compressor and a normalizer: pactl load-module module-ladspa-sink sink_name=ladspa_sink ...


2

Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal and as an admin user type: sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/volume150.sh When you double-click it, it will ask you to execute or display. Click execute, but that's not the default behavior. Open the Settings for Nautilus aka Files and make your choice for Executable Text Files When you assign a keyboard short-cut to ...



Top 50 recent answers are included