Introduction to Sound Programming with ALSA
I hope this article has motivated you to try some ALSA programming. As the 2.6 kernel becomes commonly used by Linux distributions, ALSA should become more widely used, and its advanced features should help Linux audio applications move forward.
My thanks to Jaroslav Kysela and Takashi Iwai for reviewing a draft of this article and providing me with useful comments.
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Jeff Tranter has been using, writing about and contributing to Linux since 1992. He works for Xandros Corporation in Ottawa, Canada.
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