my .asoundrc for card without hardware mixing (dmix)
defaults.pcm.!rate_converter "samplerate_best" #defaults.pcm.rate_converter "samplerate" #defaults.pcm.dmix.!rate 192000 defaults.pcm.dmix.!rate 96000 defaults.pcm.dmix.!format S24_LE
verifying output parameters:
find /proc/asound/ -name hw_params | xargs -I FILE grep -v -l "closed" FILE | grep '/proc/asound/card./pcm.p/sub./hw_params'
access: MMAP_INTERLEAVED format: S32_LE subformat: STD channels: 2 rate: 96000 (96000/1) period_size: 1024 buffer_size: 16384
alsa & archwiki
i recently added the kxstudio repos on top of Waldorf 64-bit, and have had problems with WINE (won't open certain .exe apps) and Ardour (no audio output with 2 or 3, and 3 won't open files written in 2) .
before recently reinstalling #! i added these apps from another repo and had no problems. after contacting the Ardour folks about it, i'm beginning to wonder if there are some compatibility issues between the kxstudio versions of these apps and #!. what do you think?
1) if you have two sound cards set one as default
2) install fluidsynth (most cards dont have support for midi in hardware)
3) if you want, install linux real-time kernel
in future, use search engines
for example i found this tutorial:
http://tedfelix.com/linux/linux-midi.html (probably, you only need start jack and ardour)
and ardour is in wheezy repository, look to the *.doc files in "usr/share/doc/.." ]:D
check in terminal:
xdpyinfo | grep inch
xrandr --dpi 84
first, check supported by your driver resolution and refresh rate
"*" show you current setting
you can handle it with (set to native)
xrandr --rate [rate] --mode [mode]
meaby you have too old driver or i dont understand you