Linux Audio: A Guide For Beginner and Beyond

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Foreword[edit]

Preface
About This Book
Authors
A Word From the Contributors

For the Beginner[edit]

Introduction 75% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Get a basic sound-enabled system up and running
First Things First 75% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Choosing A Distribution

Linux Sound Systems and Terminology[edit]

Sound Support History 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
OSS
ALSA 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Basic block for sound support, "Safe ALSA" standard
For the Pro-Audio-Minded User 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
The JACK Audio Connection Kit

Usage Scenarios[edit]

Linux DAW - Digital Audio Workstation 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Using linux as an audio workstation for sound and music: system setup, software, hardware, MIDI and optimizing for low-latency.
Video Synchronization 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Audio aspect related to video creation and editting: hardware differences, synchronization, format conversion, and media authoring.
WEB Audio 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Making rich media content for web: web-based formats, tools, optimizations and streaming.
Game Audio 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
Playing games: system settings, peripheral devices, surround sound output and wine compatibility.

Audio Programming in Linux[edit]

Linux Audio API 0% developed  as of June 26, 2007
How to develop sound-enabled software: introduction to libraries and techniques with examples.
List of Dependencies and Compiling Tips
Development prerequisites and requirements

Glossary[edit]

External Links[edit]