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Linux-based active crossover: getting there

A few weeks ago I wrote about my desire to dump Windows for audio and to go with Linux. The aim is to create an active crossover system that is the best of all worlds: 2.001 kata lagi


More mini-hardware

After playing with Arduino microcontrollers I suppose it was inevitable that I turned to it’s larger brother the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi is more of a conventional computer but in a small form factor – in a box about the same size as the Arduino in fact. 333 kata lagi


Transition Day!!!! Next Time I Won't Pick A Sunday

Monday, June 15, 2015

Baiona, Spain to Caminha, Portugal via long wait in Vigo and shorter wait in Valenca.

Yesterday I woke up full of anticipation that it’d just be an easy bus ride to A Guarda then the ferry across the Minho River to Caminha. 545 kata lagi

Sound over HDMI cable

My laptop has an Intel video card and an HDMI port, that I want to use for audio signal output, as well. Unfortunatelly, sound over HDMI does not work out-of-the-box, so I searched for a solution. 376 kata lagi


Good riddance to PulseAudio! (or "Settling on a Linux sound server")

I have a love-hate relationship with PulseAudio: it has a lot of great features, but sometimes it’s more resource-hungry than I would like, and it also crashes more often than I’d like. 1.064 kata lagi


A Few More Things I've Noticed In Granada

Since I’ve been living in Granada, I’ve often made a note of things that I see or hear as I’m walking around this wonderful city and from time to time, I like putting these little observations together into a post – read my previous ‘observations’ posts: 887 kata lagi


Award for advocacy

I was happily surprised last Monday to receive the ALS Association Rasmussen advocate of the year award. Jill and ALSA’s Steve Gibson tricked me by saying I should prepare a few remarks for the luncheon. 181 kata lagi