ossuserr wrote: Someone complained here that adobe flash is not usable with OSS. Let me disclose some facts about that adobe freemason corporation...
is usable with OSS4. The manual is here:
See also: _http://www.4front-tech.com/wiki/index.php/Configuring_Applications_for_OSSv4#wine
ossuserr wrote: did you try to test if jack-audio-connection-kit2 works with alsa emulation on OSS?
ALSA emulation does not make much sense with jackd
, because this crappy emulation produces latency (time delay).
ossuserr wrote:Also you mentioned some hardware mixing with lynx2 card. Can you tell more details about hardware mixing? Can it substitute jackd?
To find a substitute for a "sofware crap", you may need to try another crap. Right?
I do not think that LynxTWO is a sort of crap, it is a "professional soundcard"
On the other hand, jackd
seems to be such a unique crap, that it might be difficult to find another crap, which might be utilized a substitute for it.
I do not have any LynxTWO soundcard. It is said to have "powerful hardware mixing":
LynxTWO has set the standard for signal purity, versatile synchronization, powerful hardware mixing, and extensibility to support a variety of multichannel formats including ADAT and multiple AES/EBU or SPDIF. _http://www.lynxstudio.com/product_detail.asp?i=12
The presence of a hardware mixer would allow the sound device to operate on its own accord therefore not requiring an additional software mixer.
In short, jackd
is a "software mixer", it is a crappy substitute for "hardware mixers".
Similarly, conspiracy theories (about freemasons and the like), might be used as a substitute for technical knowledge.
However, technical knowledge can hardly be used as a substitute for conspiracy theories, simply because it lacks the most important features of conspiracy theories.
For example, it cannot explain "everything", because it is a technical knowledge.
Conspiracy theories can explain "everything", because they are not a technical knowledge.
A "religious knowledge" can be used as a substitute for conspiracy theories, it is also able to explain everything.LinxTWO User Manuals:
On-board Digital Mixer
Channel Capacity: 32 input channels, 16 sub outputs
Resolution / Dither: 32-bit / TPDF, Shaped TPDF, or RPDF
Monitor Mixing: Any input to multiple outputs
Metering: Peak levels to -114 dB on all inputs and outputs
LynxTWO Mixer App – Provides complete control of digital mixer and all hardware settings.
[LynxTWO User Manual _http://www.lynxstudio.com/nav/getFile.asp?i=10&t=productfile ]
Notice that the "On-board Digital Mixer" of LynxTwo is a "hardware digital mixer" (digital mixing console).
In professional audio, a digital mixing console (DMC) is an electronic device used to combine, route, and change the dynamics, equalization and other properties of digital audio samples.
You may get a better help on LynxTwo forum: _http://www.lynxstudio.com/forum/default.asp