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ALSA stands for Advanced Linux Sound Architecture. It is a suite of hardware drivers, libraries and utilities which provide audio and MIDI functionality for the Linux operating system.
Make sure Debian uses alsa:
# wajig reconfigure linux-sound-base
Things to check out
- aconnect (part of Asa-utils)
- amidi (part of Asa-utils)
- aplymidi (part of Asa-utils)
- Find a sound card number (Choose a card)
$ aplay -l ; returns a list of your audio devices
- Adjust audio of a device
$ alsamixer -c <card number > ; yes, this is lame $ alsamixergui -c <card number >