[Wine] Pulse audo in 1.3.25+

MacNean Tyrrell dardack at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 11:24:35 CDT 2011

The reg will if Pulse doesn't want to grab sound later.  Maybe with 2 sound
cards it works better.  But on mine if Pulse has grabed the Soundcard at
this point, wine won't be able to use it for some reason.  (at least 1.3.27
wine, 1.3.24 worked fine at this point).

Did you change the name pcm.dmixed/mixin for the second card, they can't
have the same name, you also have to change the HW#.  It could be why you're
having sound go across multiple sound cards.  Then create duplex2 or

BTW you using 1.3.27 wine?

On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 12:17 PM, Atroxus <wineforum-user at winehq.org> wrote:

> I tried out dardack's guide.  I got as far as using alsareg.reg and that
> gave me what I wanted for sound (mostly).
> Wine(?) still seems to have trouble recognizing multiple sound cards
> though.
> Card 1: hw:0 internal audio (ALC892)
> Card 2: hw:1 Logitech USB headset (USB Audio)
> I duplicated the asoundrc config and the registry entries for my second
> sound card but Wine will only use whatever is specified as PCM1 (but only
> sometimes)
> Pulse works with both cards no prob with and without wine running.
> I can switch which sound card wine is using with the registry. Works with
> WoW, Portal 2, Civ V, Oblivion (but not the launcher oddly) and Doom 3.
> Bioshock was kinda weird on the main menu, menu sounds were from my
> internal sound card and ambient noise was from my Logitech headset (hw:1).
> In game it was using my internal sound card which it should not have been.
>  Same with Super Meat Boy.
> Ubuntu 10.04 Wine 1.3.27 Pulse 0.9.22


MacNean C. Tyrrell
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