(Stereo Tool) have a PulseAudio Sink as a recognizable ALSA device

I am trying to use the ALSA version of Stereo Tool as a system-wide DSP. It supports only ALSA and nothing else.

Basically I have to route the system’s pulseaudio output - to the program via ALSA. Then the program itself will handle the output to the hardware alsa device.

I have created a virtual audio sink in pulseaudio using “pacmd load-module module-null-sink”, and with that an ALSA device called “Loopback:PCM0 (HW2,0) ALSA” appeared, but there is no sound through it.

How do I “join” the pulseaudio virtual sink to the ALSA fake loopback deice?

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Solved it with this command:

sudo modprobe snd-aloop
pacmd load-module module-alsa-sink device=hw:2,1

Which made the generic "pulse(ALSA)’ source work.


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