Pipe audio snips-audio-server

#1

For some applications (e.g. https://github.com/voice-engine/ec) it would be very awesome if snips-audio-server could read and write audio to named Pipes.

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#2

Hi @bennebartsch for such applications the snd-aloop module can come in handy. If you want some AEC sam has an experimental support to setup some using pulseaudio (sam setup aec)

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#3

Hi,

i did this and it look it works good. But how can i set the volume?
Thanks.

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#4

OK. Found it: pactl set-sink-volume 2 100%

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#5

I already tried this, but now i don’t get any voice output.
I already checked the volume and it is all at 100%.
Any ideas whats wrong?
I am on the respeaker core v2:

Thanks in advance for your help.

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#6

On the respeaker core V2 _snips user needs to be allowed to use pulseaudio. Check this doc

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#7

Thank you, i am going to check that :slight_smile:

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#8

But i think i executed this command.
So maybe there is another problem.

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#9

Hi. I did this on a matrix voice. You must find out which sink number your ReSpeaker has. This must be the Number behind the command and the percent number.

Greetings

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