mrreality13
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automated tuning of linux audio

Thu Apr 11, 2019 10:56 am

https://hackaday.com/2019/04/10/automat ... nux-audio/
There are two relevant Github repositories for this, the first containing audio adjustments for Debian-based systems, including the Raspberry Pi. This should work on any single board computer running Debian, and has been tested on all the Raspberry Pis, the Allo Sparky, ASUS Tinkerboard, and the Odroid C2. There’s also a version for TinyCore-based Linux systems that improves the priority of the audio threads, changes the thread scheduling from ‘whatever’ to FIFO, and improves the latency. If you’re running Linux, and you’re doing something with audio, this is what you need.
remember ,never approach a computer thinking this will only take a minute
~~pi zero w and a 3b+

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