I am having an issue with pulseaudio and an usb mixer. I’m using module-combine-sink to combine my mixer and my on-board audio into one default output device. This works fine, except when pulseaudio first starts after a boot. It says it doesn’t recognise the sink of my usb mixer. Restarting manually afterwards works.
journalctl output and
list-sinks: # journalctl --user -u pulseaudio.service-- Boot e612c8a9d41844b1b75d117517c91 - Pastebin.com
/etc/pulse/default.pa: #!/usr/bin/pulseaudio -nF## This file is part of PulseAudio.## PulseAudi - Pastebin.com
~/.config/pulse/default.pa: .include /etc/pulse/default.paload-module module-combine-sink sink_name=Comb - Pastebin.com
Any ideas why the sink wouldn’t be available at the point where the default.pa is being executed?
The journalctl output also shows that after “Started Sound Service.” It tries to load more module-alsa-card for two midi devices I have hooked up. So my best guess is that usb devices are only loaded after executing the default.pa but then… where can I possibly change that? Can I delay module-combine-sink to after all USB sound devices have been loaded?