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2.1 Command Line Arguments
2.2 Command Messages
2.3 Published Messages
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2 tesira-driver: Networked Audio Mixer

This driver was written to control the Biamp Tesira devices. These devices act as a fully programmable network-capable audio mixers.

Since capabilities of these devices are really wide, the driver is not able to cover them all and instead focuses on a single key area. Volume and mute control on a central matrix mixer.

2.1 Command Line Arguments

Apart from these flags, the tesira-driver command expects an address of the device to connect to via its telnet interface and name of the mixer element to control. For example:

  tesira-driver --identity audio 10.0.0.135 Mixer2

Would connect to the device, scan the Mixer2 object and assume the audio identity.

2.2 Command Messages

2.3 Published Messages