Audio Miniconf 2019 Report

This year’s audio miniconference happened last month in Lyon, sponsored by Intel. Thanks to everyone who attended, this event is all about conversations between people, and to Alexandre Belloni for organizing the conference dinner. We started off with Curtis Malainey talking us through some UCM extensions that ChromeOS has been using. There was general enthusiasm […]

TinyHAL

Earlier today I gave a talk at Android Builders Summit about TinyHAL, a generic audio HAL for Android aimed providing a better basis for system integrators to work from. More details on TinyHAL and slides from the talk can be found over at the Wolfson Open Source web site.

What’s the standard Linux audio API?

Lennart Pottering’s post about the sound APIs available for Linux appears to have caused some consternation from people working with the modern out of tree OSS drivers who feel that the current, out of tree, OSS drivers are being unfairly maligned. This rather misses the point of his post. The fact that there are improved […]