On Sun, Feb 04, 2001 at 12:07:28PM +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The crackling is not dependent on the buffer size you can set up in the C code.
> The crackling is dependent on the frequency of the sine. It's clearly audible
> (read: annoying) at 10kHz, audible at 1kHz, inaudible at 100Hz. So I think
> they are sample dropouts - the card stops playing and repeats one sample until
> kernel gets the breath and whips itself up to supply next audio data.
hrm, i just ran your test progam. i don't hear this on my gus classic /
celeron 533 / 320mb ram. at least nothing that *sounds* like crackling.
just a high pitched annoying noise. using 2.4.1 + andrew morton's
lowlatency patches. (which are wonderful, thanks andrew!)
jiggle the cable from the GUS to wherever it goes to.
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