Synonyms for soundcard or Related words with soundcard

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Examples of "soundcard"
Currently 7 soundcard-digital-modem programs support this standard.
Soundcard to radio interfaces typically use isolation transformers on both the send and receive audio paths
The 9600 port can also be connected to computer's soundcard for use with software-based data modems:
This interconnection creates a "soundcard defined radio" whose available bandwidth is limited by the soundcard's samplerate and the external radio's bandwidth.
A similar line-powering scheme is found in computer sound cards. Both plug-in-power and soundcard power are defined in the second edition of IEC 61938.
It has expanded to include a variety of instruments including pianos and band instruments, and purely electronic instruments such as the Tronichord, Omnichord, and QChord Digital Soundcard Guitar.
The soundcard and framegrabber (Toccata and Vlab Motion cards) were optionals, and were eventually built together in a standalone DracoDirect card called Dracomotion.
The "Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX" (SB0300) was an external USB soundcard, supporting 24 bit playback, but with no DSP chip.
Multiple sound systems are supported by Fldigi, allowing the program to abstract the soundcard hardware across differing hardware and operating systems.
FireWave uses the FireWire (IEEE 1394) port of the Mac as an audio output to its Dolby Digital sound processing hardware, effectively acting as an external soundcard.
In addition, Exaile supports plugins that provide features such as ReplayGain support, an equalizer with presets, previewing tracks via a secondary soundcard, and Moodbar integration.
The focus in GSIF is to lower the latency in audio transactions whereas GSIF2 additionally provides audio routing capabilities between software and soundcard.
FreeJ can produce a stream to an icecast server with the video being mixed and audio grabbed from soundcard. The resulting video is accessible to any computer able to decode media encoded with the theora codec.
The earliest known soundcard used by computers was the Gooch Synthetic Woodwind, a music device for PLATO terminals, and is widely hailed as the precursor to sound cards and MIDI. It was invented in 1972.
Asus released a soundcard which features a function called "Analog Loopback Transformation" to bypass the restrictions of DRM. This feature allows the user to record DRM-restricted audio via the soundcard's built-in analog I/O connection.
Songs can be converted through a simple drag and drop interface. Songs are then played and recorded to the output format specified. Because Tunebite uses the computer's soundcard, if the song cannot be played, the song cannot be converted.
alsamixer recognizes the following keyboard commands to control the soundcard. Commands shown here in upper case can also be given in lower case. To be reminded of these keystrokes, hit the h key.
Through 1994, the musicians in Triton released some songs in a new multichannel "XM" format, accompanied by a pre-release, standalone player. In November 1994, FastTracker 2 was released to the public, with support for the Gravis Ultrasound soundcard.
The FireWave is a device that is, essentially, an external FireWire soundcard made by Griffin Technology as a third party accessory for Apple Inc.'s line of personal computers.
codice_1 is most often used to set environment variables such as keyboard, soundcard, printer, and temporary file locations. It is also used to initiate low level system utilities, such as the following: