Recently, I’ve started to use and test some Linux distros after being a Windows-only user for a long time — And I’m findind its learning curve very satisfactory, but sometimes (this guide, for example) it’s not very intuitive for me to follow instrunctions cited in Linux guides.
I’ve succesfully cloned the repo and browsed to dsp directory though terminal, but couldn’t quite figure out how to follow the next steps for generating configuration files and applying the DSP effects. What I managed to do, was convert an Equalizer APO .txt file into an effects chain value through scripts/rew_to_dsp.sh
My goal with this plugin is to use it for a few programs — Mostly games, considering that I already use a player that have direct access to hardware and DSP, and, in my opinion, ALSA audio sounds better than PulseAudio and Windows ASAPI Realtek drivers.
Additionaly, will this plugin apply DSP to Lutris games when selecting ALSA option in game configs?
arecord -l displays all soundcards and digital audio devices available. hw:0,0 specifies the default device, on the default sound card. To access your second soundcard’s first device, you would specify hw:1,0.
Odd, the error message didn’t show up as before, but there wasn’t audio. Tried another player with built-in DSP and it played through the plugin, but when I turned the player’s DSP off, the audio was unaltered, as if the plugin didn’t have any effects applied.