How to listen vinyl usb on linux ? Without audacity ?

Fedorapuser77

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Hi anyone, in 2013, with my old setup, I have archlinux or xubuntu, and I read in a mixer my linux, like on windows.
On windows the option was : " Setting of the sound device, and "listen to this device" like on this screen, it's basic and fast for know if my turntable work good... Because in my distro Audacity crash a lot for anything.

So on this screenshot on windows you can see :

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But now on Linux; I can' found a similary for that, not on pulseaudio mixer, or alsa mixer, or I don't have the good software, there is more software for mixer the sound, or have a similary option like Software Playthrough or Recording Software playthrough input ... Or another tricks for listen my vinyl.
I don't want to use QJACKCTL because I don't have a realtime kernel, I don't have rca for jack for playing without USB, or I don't want to use an vinyl amplifier, or another device, because it's cost a lot of money. And My chamber is very small.
I found some software, but I don't install on Fedora 32, because I can't found the package: Mixxx, DJPlay, Xwax, TerminatorX, BpmDJ , but It's not for listen, a lot is only for record.
So if anyone know a good solution, thank you !
 


dos2unix

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I am not familiar with any of the software above. But as far as choosing which hardware to use in Fedora. that's easy.

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Also look at

alsa-plugins-usbstream
calamares
 

Fedorapuser77

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I am not familiar with any of the software above. But as far as choosing which hardware to use in Fedora. that's easy.

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Also look at

alsa-plugins-usbstream
calamares
Hi, I don't see the change, what's is calamares ? Does I need to reinstall my fedora with KDE for that ?
https://spins.fedoraproject.org/kde/
or
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/KDE
or
Code:
dnf install @kde-desktop
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And Look my VOLUME CONTROL I don't have your option !

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Thank you for your help !
 

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Fedorapuser77

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@dos2unix and now I'm on freshly install of KDE,
I can't see your option, what is the Linux desktop environment do you use for have this support ? Of listen the input of your audio device directly in the audio settings ?

I can't see here :

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And myy test speakers don't work !
 


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