12 Jul 2000 volsung   » (Journeyer)

Got ALSA working on the spare computer. It looks really quite powerful. Perhaps one day we'll start seeing audio workstations running on this architecture. (Come on Cakewalk, you know you want to do a Linux port. You know you do!)

Finished my API rewrite for libao and tried to write the ALSA driver. Whoa boy, too much control. I have no idea which values are critical to set. I can finally get about 5 seconds of playback before the program goes silent. It keeps running, but I can't hear anything. Hmm..

Back in real life, I decided not to go to my Theoretical Computer Science class. I think my time was better spent reading the chapter for 20 min than sitting in class for 90 min. Why are these classes so boring?

Update:Argh! ALSA is making me very mad. I can't figure out how to get this thing to do anything but play "Brickhouse" (my test OGG file) at high speed. It seems to be chucking 25% of my buffer everytime I write. Ack. Tired.

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