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kamix

   0.6.6  

KDE Sound Application

Score 83%
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  9339
Submitted:  Feb 10 2004
Updated:  Apr 19 2007

Description:

A KDE mixer application for KDE 3 and ALSA, that was born to provide some support for what official kmix lacked.

I've been asked if kamix is still worth development... I just don't know!!!

This 0.6.6 will be the last release of kamix. Since now, I'll start a new project named kalsamix, which will be a copy of kamix, to avoid name clash with SuSE's kamix and kamix linux distro. Stay tuned on kalsamix




Changelog:

Changes since 0.6.5:
* Fixed a bad check for item enums, that could lead kamix to crash at startup
* Correctly show dB values both on item and on OSD
* Support enumerated values on each channel
* In DCOP interface, accept a increment/decrement value
* Better tray icon update
* Added presets to systray menu
* Better channel detection
* Removed Debian subdir

NOTE: precompiled binaries have VU-meter built in, thus aRts is required (and launched). If you don't want so, please recompile from sources configuring with --disable-vumeter




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 kamix with 2 cards

 
 by p80 on: Jun 22 2004
 
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hey,
I have two sound cards, the first one is /dev/dsp0 and this is my TV sound
card capture Bt878 and I use /dev/dsp1 to listen to music with my
soundblaster, the problem is that kamix tries to use /dev/dsp0 :( is there a
way to make it work with /dev/dsp1?
on bash I use "amixer -c 1" to use amixer with my soundblaster, if I do
"amixer" it uses my Bt878 tv sound card instead.
in kcontrol I selected /dev/dsp1 as sound device but kamix still uses /dev/dsp0


thanx in advance
and thank for that great app :)


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 Re: kamix with 2 car

 
 by steunix on: Jun 22 2004
 
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OK, I knew that sooner or later somebody asked me that :) So far, only card 0 is read, but I'm adding support for multiple cards. Stay tuned, in a couple of day I'll release it.

Thanks and bye!


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 compile error

 
 by DocFunRock on: Jun 25 2004
 
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kalsa.cpp:26: error: `snd_asoundlib_version' undeclared (first use this
function)
kalsa.cpp:26: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each
function it appears in.)
kalsa.cpp: In member function `void KAlsa::init()':
kalsa.cpp:30: warning: unused variable `int j'
make[2]: *** [kalsa.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/kamix/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/kamix'
make: *** [all] Error 2


alsa-devel is installedon my system


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 Re: compile error

 
 by steunix on: Jun 25 2004
 
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Yes, already reported, that function seems to be new in ALSA 1.0.5, probably you have an "older" version of ALSA installed.

Quick fix: replace line #26 in src/kalsa.cpp:

return snd_asoundlib_version();

with

return "0";




and recompile, it should go fine.
This will be fixed in the next round.


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 Re: Re: compile erro

 
 by DocFunRock on: Jun 25 2004
 
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thx, worked for me ;)


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 keep with it

 
 by stealthbanana on: Jun 30 2004
 
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Keep with the development, excellent work.

I find it a lot better than kmix on my system (SBlive and debian sarge)

One thing, it always opens with the level meter on, even if minimised to the taskbar.

This unfortunatly seems to runaway and is stopped when I turn it off, any configuration so it starts without the meters?
kernel 2.6.7, ALSA compiled in, KDE 3.2.2


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 Re: keep with it

 
 by steunix on: Jun 30 2004
 
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Thanks. Well, it does store in the config file whether to show the vu-meter or not on startup. Would you mind sending me your config file ($HOME/.kde/share/config/kamixrc)?

Bye!


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 Re: Re: keep with it

 
 by stealthbanana on: Jul 2 2004
 
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I just had to reinstallthe system and it works fine now. (note to self - Overclocking an athlon XP 2000 to 2.1 Ghz is not a good thing to do in the summer)

It was probably a stale rc file as I first started using it about v.0.2 compiled from source, but now use the debian binaries.

Its actually my default mixer, not just on KDE, but then I do not use arts, just ALSA.


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 hmm

 
 by Superstoned on: Jul 1 2004
 
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maybe merge the small improvements on kmix in kmix itself, and continue work on kmix???


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 Re: hmm

 
 by steunix on: Jul 1 2004
 
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This was already pointed out by others; kmix and kamix are different on the basis, the former based on aRts, the latter based on ALSA, I think there would be too little to share, except for the "ideas".

As I said elsewhere, kamix started one year ago, when kmix were obviously "poorer" than today, and when kamix had its own reasons to be. Now it could be pointless for many, but there are cases in which direct use of ALSA may be useful.

Bye!


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 improvements

 
 by sarahb523 on: Jul 2 2004
 
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I had some ideas for your mixer so that it get more practical use. At first for most users kmix is enough and has enough features (in the current version). kamix has nearly the same appearence as kmix. Why didn't you create another look?

Most disadvantage of current mixers is that record and playback controls are not accessable at the same time. I think kamix could be more than a normal system mixer. (the system mixer is kmix) You could extend it to a "studio-mixer". I've made a little picture that illustrate my thoughts http://www2.hs-harz.de/~u15051/files/kamix.jpg (not realy perfect)
At the moment I start the mixer twice to get all controlls accessable.

BTW kmix handles the "switch controls" better then kamix. Look at http://www2.hs-harz.de/~u15051/files/kamix_emu10k1.jpg http://www2.hs-harz.de/~u15051/files/kmix.jpg perhaps you can improve the handling of switch controls

Perhaps you can catch some of my ideas to improve kamix.

keep up good work!


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 Re: improvements

 
 by steunix on: Jul 2 2004
 
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Thanks, nice suggestions. I'll catch your ideas of playback/record on the same view, and yes, also the switch handling must be improved.

I'll cope with those in the next releases.


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 40% cpu load ???

 
 by DocFunRock on: Jul 7 2004
 
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hi,
if i fire up kamix, arts will take 40%+ cpu load!
anyone else expiriencing this?


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 Re: 40% cpu load ???

 
 by steunix on: Jul 7 2004
 
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Are you using the vu-meter? If so, does the CPU load drop when you switch it off?


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 Re: 40% cpu load ???

 
 by steunix on: Jul 7 2004
 
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OK, I think I've solved this. Actually it was due to a too hard querying flow towards aRts, that I didn't notice because my laptop is fast enough...

Will be fixed in the next release


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