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If you are using [[Uniaud]] as your sound driver under ArcaOS, there is the [[Unimix]] command that can help you know more about your sound card.
If you are using [[Uniaud]] as your sound driver under ArcaOS, there is the [[Unimix]] command that can help you know more about your sound card.


==General Log==
Before starting with Unimix you can extract a general information about your sound card adapter with:
copy alsahlp$ alsa.log
You can check the log and see which device is recognized on your machine and some general information of the card.
<PRE>
Uniaud32 version 2.02.05-SVN
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking intel8x0
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking via82xx
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking emu10k1
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cmipci
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking als4000
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs4281
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs46xx
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs5535audio
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking es1938
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ens1370
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ymfpci
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking es1968
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking Maestro3
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ali5451
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking trident
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking nm256
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking fm801
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking atiixp
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ca0106
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking hda_intel
pci_register_driver: matched 0 8086:1c20/40300 with 8086:1c20/0 0 (hda_intel)
request_irq: irq 22
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking bt87x
00-00: ALC269VB Analog : ALC269VB Analog
: playback 1
: capture 1
OSS32_Initialize: SUCCESS. Cards=1
Init=262/0 Between=0/0 Complete=0/0
U16: Uniaud16 v1.9.7
Midi Open 2 failed with error -19
Midi Open 3 failed with error -19
Couldn't find OPL3 device
Init=262/0 Between=2/0 Complete=0/0
U16: WS::ABS InProcess Now=1 Save=3
Init=262/0 Between=2/0 Complete=297/0
</PRE>
==Unimix Logs==
This page has some comments about using Unimix.
This page has some comments about using Unimix.
unimix card
<PRE>
[X:\]unimix card
Command line mixer for UNIAUD32. Version 1.1
Detected UNIAUD version 2.02.05
Detected 1 audio adapter(s)
</PRE>
Also
  unimix -card
will provide more detail




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Control ID: 1
Control ID: 1
...
Interface: virtual mixer device
Name: [Speaker Playback Volume]
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [Headphone Playback Volume]
Index: 0
Element type: integer type
Count of values: 2
Value:
Bounds: min: 0, max: 87, step: 0
  value 0: 80
  value 1: 80


Control ID: 2
Control ID: 2
..
..
Name: [Speaker Playback Switch]
Name: [Headphone Playback Switch]


Control ID: 3
Control ID: 3
...
...
Name: [Headphone Playback Volume]
Name: [Speaker Playback Volume]


Control ID: 4
...
...
Name: [Headphone Playback Switch]
</PRE>


Control ID: 5
Unimix -names
...
Name: [Capture Volume]


Control ID: 6
<PRE>
...
Command line mixer for UNIAUD32. Version 1.1
Name: [Capture Switch]
Detected UNIAUD version 2.02.05
Detected 1 audio adapter(s)
Control list for adapter 0
ID: 1, name: [Headphone Playback Volume]
ID: 2, name: [Headphone Playback Switch]
ID: 3, name: [Speaker Playback Volume]
ID: 4, name: [Speaker Playback Switch]
ID: 5, name: [Mic Playback Volume]
ID: 6, name: [Mic Playback Switch]
ID: 7, name: [Auto-Mute Mode]
ID: 8, name: [Capture Volume]
ID: 9, name: [Capture Switch]
ID: 10, name: [Mic Boost Volume]
ID: 11, name: [Internal Mic Boost Volume]
ID: 12, name: [Master Playback Volume]
ID: 13, name: [Master Playback Switch]
ID: 14, name: [Mic Jack]
ID: 15, name: [Internal Mic Phantom Jack]
ID: 16, name: [Headphone Jack]
ID: 17, name: [Speaker Phantom Jack]
ID: 18, name: [Playback Channel Map]
ID: 19, name: [Capture Channel Map]


Control ID: 7
</PRE>
..
Name: [Capture Volume]
 
Control ID: 8
..
Name: [Capture Switch]
 
Control ID: 9
...
Name: [Mux Capture Volume]
 
Control ID: 10
...
Name: []
 
Control ID: 11
...
Name: [Input Source]
 
Control ID: 12
...
Name: [Input Source]
 
 
Control ID: 13
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [IEC958 Playback Con Mask]
 
 
Control ID: 14
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [IEC958 Playback Pro Mask]


==Articles==
* [[Uniaud]]
* [[Unimix]]
* [http://www.edm2.com/index.php/UNIAUD32.SYS UNIAUD32.SYS]
* [[UniAud Information]]
* [[UniAud Frequently Asked Questions]]


Control ID: 15
[[Category:Device driver]]
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [IEC958 Playback Default]
 
 
Control ID: 16
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [IEC958 Playback Switch]
 
Control ID: 17
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [IEC958 Default PCM Playback Switch]
 
 
Control ID: 18
...
Name: [Master Playback Volume]
 
 
Control ID: 19
...
Name: [Master Playback Switch]
</PRE>

Latest revision as of 02:36, 23 July 2021

If you are using Uniaud as your sound driver under ArcaOS, there is the Unimix command that can help you know more about your sound card.

General Log

Before starting with Unimix you can extract a general information about your sound card adapter with:

copy alsahlp$ alsa.log

You can check the log and see which device is recognized on your machine and some general information of the card.

Uniaud32 version 2.02.05-SVN
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking intel8x0
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking via82xx
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking emu10k1
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cmipci
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking als4000
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs4281
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs46xx
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking cs5535audio
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking es1938
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ens1370
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ymfpci
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking es1968
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking Maestro3
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ali5451
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking trident
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking nm256
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking fm801
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking atiixp
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking ca0106
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking hda_intel
pci_register_driver: matched 0 8086:1c20/40300 with 8086:1c20/0 0 (hda_intel)
request_irq: irq 22
pci_register_driver: query_device found d8 8086:1c20 class=40300 checking bt87x
00-00: ALC269VB Analog : ALC269VB Analog
 : playback 1
 : capture 1


OSS32_Initialize: SUCCESS. Cards=1
Init=262/0 Between=0/0 Complete=0/0
U16: Uniaud16 v1.9.7
Midi Open 2 failed with error -19
Midi Open 3 failed with error -19
Couldn't find OPL3 device
Init=262/0 Between=2/0 Complete=0/0
U16: WS::ABS InProcess Now=1 Save=3
Init=262/0 Between=2/0 Complete=297/0

Unimix Logs

This page has some comments about using Unimix.


unimix card
[X:\]unimix card
Command line mixer for UNIAUD32. Version 1.1
Detected UNIAUD version 2.02.05
Detected 1 audio adapter(s)

Also

 unimix -card

will provide more detail


unimix -list
Command line mixer for UNIAUD32. Version 1.1
Detected UNIAUD version 2.02.05
Detected 1 audio adapter(s)
Control list for adapter 0

Control ID: 1
Interface: virtual mixer device
Device(client): 0, subdevice (substream) 0
Name: [Headphone Playback Volume]
Index: 0
Element type: integer type
Count of values: 2
Value: 
 Bounds: min: 0, max: 87, step: 0
  value 0: 80
  value 1: 80

Control ID: 2
..
Name: [Headphone Playback Switch]

Control ID: 3
...
Name: [Speaker Playback Volume]

...
Unimix -names
Command line mixer for UNIAUD32. Version 1.1
Detected UNIAUD version 2.02.05
Detected 1 audio adapter(s)
Control list for adapter 0
ID: 1, name: [Headphone Playback Volume]
ID: 2, name: [Headphone Playback Switch]
ID: 3, name: [Speaker Playback Volume]
ID: 4, name: [Speaker Playback Switch]
ID: 5, name: [Mic Playback Volume]
ID: 6, name: [Mic Playback Switch]
ID: 7, name: [Auto-Mute Mode]
ID: 8, name: [Capture Volume]
ID: 9, name: [Capture Switch]
ID: 10, name: [Mic Boost Volume]
ID: 11, name: [Internal Mic Boost Volume]
ID: 12, name: [Master Playback Volume]
ID: 13, name: [Master Playback Switch]
ID: 14, name: [Mic Jack]
ID: 15, name: [Internal Mic Phantom Jack]
ID: 16, name: [Headphone Jack]
ID: 17, name: [Speaker Phantom Jack]
ID: 18, name: [Playback Channel Map]
ID: 19, name: [Capture Channel Map]

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