EMU(4) BSD Programmer's Manual EMU(4)
emu - Creative Labs SBLive! and PCI 512 audio device driver
emu* at pci? dev ? function ? audio* at emu?
The emu device driver supports Creative Sound Blaster Live! cards as well as the Sound Blaster PCI 512. These Environmental Audio cards are based upon the programmable EMU10K1 digital-processing chip. Hardware features: • E-mu Systems, Inc. EMU10K1 music synthesis engine • 64-voice hardware polyphony with E-mu's patented 8-point interpola- tion technology • Up 1024-voice polyphony with multi-timbre capability • Support for real-time digital effects like reverb, chorus, flanger, pitch shifter, or distortion across any audio source • User-selectable settings are optimized for headphones, two or four speakers • Creative Multi Speaker Surround technology places any mono or stereo source in a 360 degree audio space • Processes sample rates from 5kHz to 48kHz • Hardware full duplex support enables simultaneous record and playback at 8 standard sample rates • Creative Multi Speaker Surround (CMSS) places any mono or stereo sound source in a 360 degree audio space • Hardware full-duplex support enables simultaneous record and playback at 8 standard sample rates • Allows multiple audio sources playback on the same speaker system
ac97(4), audio(4), intro(4), joy(4), pci(4)
The emu device driver appeared in OpenBSD 3.1.
The emu driver was written by Yannick Montulet <firstname.lastname@example.org> and ported to OpenBSD 3.1 by Michael Shalayeff <email@example.com>.
ATTENTION! Hardware interface of this card contains registers not used for normal operation, but potentially dangerous and not possible to disable. Poten- tial damage ranges from frying the card to frying motherboard or external equipment connected to its outputs.
Currently, this driver does not support MIDI, joystick input or the multi-voice capability. MirOS BSD #10-current October 18, 2001 1
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