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Old 12th June 2015, 03:03 AM   #201
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amixer scontrols
Simple mixer control 'Master',0
Simple mixer control 'Channels',0
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Old 12th June 2015, 11:11 AM   #202
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amixer scontrols
Simple mixer control 'Master',0
Simple mixer control 'Channels',0
Hi,

This confirms the mixer name issue. I'll fix this for 2.0 final release then Hardware volume control will work. For the time being, just use Software volume control.

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Old 14th June 2015, 05:26 AM   #203
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Hello TC,
I downloaded and setup and used the Moode 1.9.
It is really excellent.
Thank you very much.
I am using an old iPhone 3 to control but the iPhone 3 has a limited viewing area on the screen. I would like to seek your kind advice whether it is possible to move the "TURN OFF" facility to be slightly higher up on the screen.
I would also like to seek your advice whether the patch for the cirrus audio card is available for the version 1.9 for the raspberry pi 1.
Thank you once again.
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Old 14th June 2015, 01:25 PM   #204
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Hello TC,
I downloaded and setup and used the Moode 1.9.
It is really excellent.
Thank you very much.
I am using an old iPhone 3 to control but the iPhone 3 has a limited viewing area on the screen. I would like to seek your kind advice whether it is possible to move the "TURN OFF" facility to be slightly higher up on the screen.
I would also like to seek your advice whether the patch for the cirrus audio card is available for the version 1.9 for the raspberry pi 1.
Thank you once again.
Hi, thanks for the compliment!

Minimum form factor for UI design is iPhone/iPod 5 type device, but I recognize the menu has gotten pretty long so maybe in one of the 2.x releases I'll look into making a cascade menu for the configs (Sources, MPD, Network and System) since typically they are used for setting things up initially then not used very frequently after that. Then the menu will fit on an iPhone 3.

The cirrus card is the new Wolfson card right? If the cirrus guys were able to get their drivers into 3.18.11 or .14 kernels then it should work.

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Old 14th June 2015, 01:35 PM   #205
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Old 16th June 2015, 02:55 AM   #206
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Hi,

A few screen shots from release 2.0

- Logarithmic volume control
- Streamlined main menu

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Old 16th June 2015, 03:06 AM   #207
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Logarithmic volume is great!

Now... future developments... how do you feel about multi-room?
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Old 16th June 2015, 06:17 AM   #208
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A few screen shots from release 2.0
Excellent !

Two more dacs for the database..For PiB http://hifimediy.com/DACs/diy-dacs/i2s-raspberry-pi-dac Bang for Bucks !!
ForPiB and Pi2B.....http://www.perreaux.com/products/aud...ated-amplifier

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@ Zootalaws. how do you feel about multi-room
if you want to try this then currently 'Sound at Home" for volumio works with Moode...
https://volumio.org/forum/sound-home...other-t21.html
https://volumio.org/soundhome-multi-room-audio-system/
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...oundhome&hl=en
and enables control of basic operations without a web-connection.

Would love to see Tims version of this too...(no pressure..)

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Old 16th June 2015, 06:46 PM   #209
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Excellent !

Two more dacs for the database..For PiB Hifimediy ES9023 I2S DAC for Raspberry Pi mod B 192Khz/24bit Bang for Bucks !!
ForPiB and Pi2B.....Audiant 80i Stereo Integrated Amplifier : Perreaux

if you want to try this then currently 'Sound at Home" for volumio works with Moode...
https://volumio.org/forum/sound-home...other-t21.html
https://volumio.org/soundhome-multi-room-audio-system/
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...oundhome&hl=en
and enables control of basic operations without a web-connection.

Would love to see Tims version of this too...(no pressure..)
Hi,

For the Hifimediy DAC, what I2S driver did you select in System config ?

I think if MPD had the plumbing for party-mode audio distribution built-in it could be coded into a nice feature. My thought is that MPD would duplicate its local playback stream into one or more RTP/UDP unicast streams where each stream is addressed to a particular receiver client.

Receiver clients would listen for a directed stream and immediately begin playback upon receiving it, then return to a listening state when the stream ends.

If u are familiar with VLC, this type of multi-unicast, synchronized audio distribution can be configured and tested.

Maybe something like this for MPD...

SENDER

audio_output {
type “rtp-unicast"
name "My Audio Broadcast"
encoder “vorbis”
bitrate “128"
format "44100:16:2"
port "9000"
config "/etc/mpd-rtp.conf"
}

/etc/mpd-rtp.conf
receiver1: "host1"
receiver2: "host2"
.
.
receiverN: "hostN"

RECEIVER

audio_input {
type "rtp-unicast"
port "9000"
}

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Tim
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Old 16th June 2015, 10:47 PM   #210
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For the Hifimediy DAC, what I2S driver did you select in System config ?
Hi Tim, I used the HiFiBerry DAC option.
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