Kai Vehmanen | 11 Oct 20:16 2002
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[ecasound] ecasound.el 0.6 (fwd)

The following Mario's mail got caught by the mailing list robot. Currently 
the maximum size for ecasound-list messages is 40000 bytes. 
I've removed the attached file from this version and put it (plus the 0.5 
versions) to 

	http://www.eca.cx/download

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From: Mario Lang <mlang <at> delysid.org>
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 00:46:11 +0200
Subject: ecasound.el --- Version 0.6

Hi!

A new day, a new Emacs-Lisp mile-stone. :)

This time I'll leave it up to you to scroll down some lines and read the
section ChangeLog in the file.  But to make my happiness some air,
try the following:

startup ecasound like described in my yesterday mail, and type:
cop-add -el:<TAB>

well, the unbelievable thing happens :).

complete hermesFilter for instance.

then add some args, like
,10,<TAB>

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Mario Lang | 11 Oct 22:43 2002

ecasound.el --- Version 0.65 released

Hello.

Much has been done since the last post which came through to the list
(my last post was apparently too long and didn't even get to the list).

I've put up ecasound.el now on the emacswiki lisp archive:
http://www.emacswiki.org/elisp/ecasound.el
A "homepage" can be found at
http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?EcasoundMode

What changed:

We are doing better ECI handling in general, result values
of command like cop-register are even cought if the user enters them manually.
Added ecasound-cop-edit, a wizard-like chain operator editor based on tthe
ECI library in elisp.  It's very bare-bone right now, but it works!

Intro: M-x ecasound RET
create some complicated chainop, like the analogue voice ladspa
plugin, or even hermes.
Then do M-x ecasound-cop-edit RET, or select ChainOp -> Edit... from
the menu.  This gives you a chainop editor in a second window.
If you edit one value and hit RET, copp-set will be done for you
automagically.  Now I can finally start to play with all those ladspa
plugins without having to remember 30 different values, and their order too :).

Read the History section in the file for more info, ah, and, be sure to
try M-x ecasound-cop-edit RET !!!

P.S.: I am a text-mode only person, so, if someone has the time it would
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Luis Pablo Gasparotto | 11 Oct 02:33 2002
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Tk Ecasound 0.8.0 Released!

Download it from:

http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/tkeca

Changes:
- Recording / Mixdown properties windows

Regards,

Luis Pablo

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Oliver Thuns | 12 Oct 15:02 2002
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ogg / streaming / ecasound

Hi,

I don't know much about ecasound and I don't know if the thing I want to 
do with ecasound could work and how:

I want to mix several ogg network streams together. so there is mainly 
one thing to solve:

How to get the streams into ecasound. I could pipe one stream (ogg123 | 
ecasound), but is there any possibility to do this with more than one 
audio source (jack, etc...?)

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janne halttunen | 12 Oct 17:10 2002
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Re: ogg / streaming / ecasound

On Sat, 12 Oct 2002 16:02:12 +0300
Oliver Thuns <oliver.thuns <at> WEB.DE> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I don't know much about ecasound and I don't know if the thing I want to 
> do with ecasound could work and how:
> 
> I want to mix several ogg network streams together. so there is mainly 
> one thing to solve:
> 
> How to get the streams into ecasound. I could pipe one stream (ogg123 | 
> ecasound), but is there any possibility to do this with more than one 
> audio source (jack, etc...?)

Hello,

ecasound can automatically invoke such programs (ogg123) for you.  So you type:

ecasound -i some_file.ogg

and get it to play.

If you want more than 1 file, you must use chains.  Like so:

ecasound -a 1 -i some_file.ogg \
-a 2 -i other_file.ogg \
-a 1,2 -o /dev/dsp

The -o option specifies the output device (which in this case is OSS blockdevice).
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Smoerk | 12 Oct 17:43 2002
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Re: ogg / streaming / ecasound

janne halttunen wrote:

>>I want to mix several ogg network streams together. so there is mainly 
>>one thing to solve:

> ecasound can automatically invoke such programs (ogg123) for you.  So you type:
> 
> ecasound -i some_file.ogg
> 
> and get it to play.
> 
> If you want more than 1 file, you must use chains.  Like so:
> 
> ecasound -a 1 -i some_file.ogg \
> -a 2 -i other_file.ogg \
> -a 1,2 -o /dev/dsp

the last time I asked, Kai told me that it's not possible to do this 
with streams from the net, like:

ecasound -i http://musiikki.fi/livestream.ogg

also I need to open and close streams without restarting ecasound.

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Patrick Jäger | 12 Oct 18:32 2002
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Access channels on Soundcard

Hi List!

I was wondering whether somebody can help me solving the problem of 
addressing single channels on a soundcard. 
To say it from the other side: I want to catch an incoming signal, work on it 
and put it back on the same path to allow other programs further use. Is 
there a way to do this or do I have to create new datastream besides e.g. 
/dev/dsp for further use? 

Thanks in advance for your help

Patrick

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Luis Pablo Gasparotto | 11 Oct 06:21 2002
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Tk Ecasound 0.8.1 Released!

Download it from: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/tkeca

Changes:
- Bug fixed in Close/Ok button in Recording/Mixdown Properties Windows

Regards,

Luis Pablo

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janne halttunen | 13 Oct 01:14 2002
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Re: ogg / streaming / ecasound

On Sat, 12 Oct 2002 18:43:22 +0300
Smoerk <smoerk <at> gmx.de> wrote:

> janne halttunen wrote:
> 
> >>I want to mix several ogg network streams together. so there is mainly 
> >>one thing to solve:
> 
> > ecasound can automatically invoke such programs (ogg123) for you.  So you type:
> > 
> > ecasound -i some_file.ogg
> > 
> > and get it to play.
> > 
> > If you want more than 1 file, you must use chains.  Like so:
> > 
> > ecasound -a 1 -i some_file.ogg \
> > -a 2 -i other_file.ogg \
> > -a 1,2 -o /dev/dsp
> 
> the last time I asked, Kai told me that it's not possible to do this 
> with streams from the net, like:
> 
> ecasound -i http://musiikki.fi/livestream.ogg

Oh yes.  You need to use named pipes (fifos).

$ mkfifo myfifo.raw
$ ogg123 -d raw -f - http://musiikki.fi/livestream.ogg > myfifo.raw 

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janne halttunen | 13 Oct 01:35 2002
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Re: Access channels on Soundcard

On Sat, 12 Oct 2002 18:32:27 +0200
Patrick Jäger <pjaeger <at> sirio.homeftp.net> wrote:

> Hi List!
> 
> I was wondering whether somebody can help me solving the problem of 
> addressing single channels on a soundcard. 
> To say it from the other side: I want to catch an incoming signal, work on it 
> and put it back on the same path to allow other programs further use. Is 
> there a way to do this or do I have to create new datastream besides e.g. 
> /dev/dsp for further use? 

I don't know if it is possible to put it on the same path in soundcard, but you can redirect the signal to stdout
or fifo, and have other programs read it there. Or if your programs are jack-enabled you can use it.  There is
some loopback device in ALSA but can't tell how well it's supported.

janne

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