Beyond the obvious sound mixing functionality it offers advanced audio features like "desktop bling", hot-plug support, transparent network audio, hot moving of playback streams between audio devices, seperate volume adjustments for all playback or record streams, very low latency, very precise latency estimation (even over the network), a modern zero-copy memory management, a wide range of extension modules, availability for many operating system, compatibility with 90% of all currently available audio applications for Linux in one way or another.What would be cool is for someone to hack the iTunes remote speaker support into PulseAudio as another network audio sink, so I could have used the mac as a dumb wireless speaker box directly.
ubuntu sound: pulseaudio?
As described elsewhere, I've quit LiveJournal. If you're interested in my continuing posts, you should look at one of these (each contains feed…
They published a paper on Dremel, my favorite previously-unpublished tool from the Google toolchest. Greg Linden discusses it: "[...] it is capable…
I finally wrote up my recent adventures in treemapping, complete with nifty clickable visualizations.