General :: Osx - Mac OS X : Delay/timeshift Audio Input By ~10 Seconds?

Oct 11, 2010

I would like to watch a baseball game on TV, but listen to the radio broadcast. The TV is about 10 seconds behind the radio, though.Does anyone know a way to delay the input from my radio by 10 seconds and output it again to the speakers? I can do this on Mac OS X or Linux (or even Windows). I have Audio Hijack Pro, but there is no such effect.

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i'm running ubuntu (32bit) on a quad core compaq presario with 3.9gb of ram and a 500gb HDD.sometimes when i have few windows open (nautilus, firefox) and i'm watching a movie the hard drive will spin up for no reason and everything on screen will hang for a few seconds.i did a hard drive check and everything seems to be ok there. i have a geforce 8600 gt with the recommended 185 driver installed.i'm wondering what the problem is? could it be hardware?

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Dec 25, 2010

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That's so many programs it must be some kind of problem in the system, not the individual programs. However not every program displays this behavior; espeak exits immediately after the speech has ended. (Might it for instance exit without closing the audio device properly?)

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How do I stop it from forgetting this and resetting it?

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When I use

Code:
alsamixer

onto terminal it shows this

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Code:
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Code:
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