Having trouble with getting microphone to be recognized

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  • noise-suppression-for-voice

    Noise suppression plugin based on Xiph's RNNoise

    Yes, I think it pipes the default input (source) to the default output. I have a noise cancelling source and if I switch to it the loopback follows it and I hear the de-noised one

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  • linux-guide-split-audio-ports

    Split jack(headphones)/speakers outputs into individual sinks on Linux to allow simultaneous playback (listen to different audio streams on each port)

    Where the numbers on device 0,1 and 0,2 are the card and device from arecord -l and aplay -l respectively. aplay shows two devices 0 (speakers) and 2 (headphones) because I split them

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