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Hi, I have a C-Media USB headset and am trying to get ALSA to see this as the default sound in device and also for sound out.

Perhaps I'm missing something pretty simple here but the /proc lists number 1 as snd_usb_audio and 0 as the built-in bcm_2835.
I've looked up command line ALSA configuration but for some reason can't see a /etc/modprobe.d/sound configuration file.

I want to set 0 as the usb and then I want to play around with getting the microphone working too.

Any pointers would be appreciated, it's been a while since I played with debian.

OK I had a look at the /etc/modprobe.d/sound/alsa-base.conf file and found you had set the usb driver to -2 to force it from the top spot. I set it to "0".
I'll let you know how I get in with the microphone interface on the headset.
This is to allow voice recognition in a popular language software to work!

Any assistance with microphone redirection would be appreciated.