Audio Drivers Updated For The Linux 3.10 Kernel
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 3 May 2013 at 03:07 PM EDT. 3 Comments
The sound subsystem for the Linux kernel with the numerous hardware audio drivers have been updated for Linux 3.10.

The sound feature pull request for the Linux 3.10 kernel is mostly like what was outlined in an earlier Phoronix article. Key changes include:

- Compression offload support for audio capture.

- Various HD audio improvements including codec delay support, improvements to the generic parser, Intel Haswell HDMI workarounds, and ALC268 codec support.

- USB audio regression fixes and new quriks.

- Numerous ASoC improvements including performance optimizations and new codec drivers.

A more exhaustive list of the Linux 3.10 sound changes can be found with this Git branch merge.
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