Gemu is a Gnome application designed to configure sound cards based on the EMU10K1 platform from Creative Labs. Gemu is capable of adding, viewing and deleting audio routes, turning on Live Drive IR, turning on the 12db boost to the front/headphone jacks on Live cards, setting the S/PDIF frequency on Audigy cards, setting the recording source, turning on digital passthrough mode, setting to the analog or digital mode of the dual-mode jack of 5.1 cards, adding and seeing patches for sources and destinations, and controlling volume on a per-route basis or by source or destination.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME multimedia Sound/Audio Mixers Hardware Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A major code overhaul, cleanups to most internal functions, major internal changes in IO bindings and GUI creation, the addition of lock and mute buttons for mixers, semi-automatic patch handling, Audigy support, and minor interface redesigns.
Release Notes: A new ability to display current effects for source and destinations, ability to control volume (on a per-route basis and for sources/destinations), and a new RPM AND SRPM.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to drag-n-drop patches and effects onto audio sources and audio destinations. It also includes some massive code clean-ups. The behavior when orientation of tables is changed has been changed. The active table now stays active when changed.
Release Notes: This release changes some of the notebook page labels to less confusing names, and adds the ability to add effects to inputs or outputs, and to clear everything and re-add routes.