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soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby Gerhard Haral Walter on Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:48 pm

I run a Dell 110 PC with a properly installed Yamaha sound card( with tested and proven output in situ) . The inconvenience is that all online MP3 or sound from online video ( all those things work reliably per se ) is directed to the motherboard output. With the occurence of a non predictible low frequency surprise that Mint Daryna present the
due sound correctly. Would anybody know how to overcome the impass of such unstableness?
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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby hoe on Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:49 pm

Disable the onboard sound in the BIOS.

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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby Guest on Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:20 pm

your answer is something like bliss ! Things are go ok after disabeling the motherboard sound in Bios.
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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby hoe on Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:00 pm

Glad to help!

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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby ghw1 on Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:49 pm

Dear Wayne !
A new challenge: A DARYNA compatible MIDI notation programm( import/export ) and how to install it .
Are you or someone else able to bring this project of mine to a solution ?
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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby timh on Sat Nov 29, 2008 6:57 pm

ghw1 wrote:Dear Wayne !
A new challenge: A DARYNA compatible MIDI notation programm( import/export ) and how to install it .
Are you or someone else able to bring this project of mine to a solution ?
a hug to the entire LINUX community !
GHW


Hi GHW,
Sorry I'm not Wayne :wink:
What kind of program you need, perhaps such kind :: fluidsynth :?:
You can find it in your package manager - so install very easy and you can read a bit about it.
or you take a terminal
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sudo apt-get install fluidsynth

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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby Gerhard Harald Walter on Sun Nov 30, 2008 2:12 pm

Dear Tim !
I have followed your suggestion. Fluidsynsth is installed but not yet disposed to open it at desktop.
What am I to do to go to Buffalo?
Besides I might well use Fluidsynth as a two-way Midi demodulator.
My original desire still remains as to find a LINUX MINT compatible Midi with creation, reproduction - imported Midi-Files - and editing musical notation and if existing of 16-channel capacety. Something like CAKEWALK 8 or so.
P.S.:
Where do you live or if you like a disclosure of your mothertongue. Never mind , such inquiary is not meant to
offend you anyway.
Another cordial hug to all the Linux community if not to even more people!
so long
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Re: soundcard versus motherboard sound

Postby carischila on Wed Jun 03, 2009 5:26 am

How important is motherboard face plate? I don't know if i have the term face plate correct. But the plate that is behind the PC that has holes in it to line up where monitor and other hardware plugs in. I got my motherboard, and it didn't come with plate with matching holes, and the plate that came with the case do not match. Can i just remove the plate and have nothing there, or is the motherboard supposed to touch that plate? My board looks like it has a tab that would be touching the plate. is it a ground of some kind?
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