If this is an issue, upgrade libraw to version 2. In reply to this post by Nicanor Garcia I would definitely recommend this interface, it has worked fine for me under linux. Correct me if I’m wrong about this data. Do you have sound in the desktop? I was today in a conference about M-audio’s products by the way, expect none support with Linux from them! Ignore any restrictions on number of channels here, that will not be an issue. Skip to main content.
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I would definitely recommend this interface, it has worked fine for me under linux. If this is an issue, upgrade libraw to version 2. Well, enough of my senseless chat, if anything else I can help you, just tell me. Thanks Nicanor for your input. The jackd is start normally. If anybody has an idea what should I do to bug fix this, it would be great. On Wed, Jul 1, at While this is fine for applications like audacity and ardour which can use JACK directly, it doesn’t help software which only uses the more commmon ALSA sound system.
Desktop systems these days utilise things like pulseaudio which in turn communicate only with ALSA. My first choose was to get a portable audio interface, so that i can easily move it around and if necessary using it on different boxes. M-aaudio you are an solo artist, making music on your own maybe electronicrecording only one or two tracks at a time, the Delta LT with it’s 10 ins and outs is something you wont need, but something you will need if you want to do a semi-pro studio for recording other artists and m-udio.
[SOLVED] Profire recognized by ffado mixer but not jack
Good news is that ProFire pprofire recognized by ffado, also the ffado-mixer starts and does not crash and shows some basic info, like sample rate, clock source etc. As a result they will not be accessible using the usual desktop sound systems which only make use of ALSA-supported devices without further configuration work. What do you suggest i try? For now, the only feasible option is to look into some of the m-aucio solutions which make JACK ports available to either ALSA low levelor one of the higher level desktop-orientated systems such as pulseaudio.
Can anyone report successful playback?
In reply to this post by Nicanor Garcia I would definitely recommend this interface, it has worked fine for me under linux. To clarify, It took me forever to get this working.
I have ubuntu Yet I’m about to build up a home-studio config. This is why the native gnome sound configurations will not report m-audoo existance of the Profire. Skip to main content. Its being worked on.
Shall we take another try? Howdy, New to the list and I pretty new in the Linux Audio word. You will most probably get playback when you use the old firewire stack in kernel.
Copyright Paul Davis and others. Working against trunk with this diff I don’t know the mailing list address, yet. In reply to this post by Syl-4 Hello, I had the same worries that you have when I was going to buy an interface for my linux audio computer, so I may help you.
I also added some notes about testing the generic Dice mixer. This profite I tried it on a laptop with TI chipset and latest ffado trunk svn. I have jack and qjackctl installed from the repos, not from svn. Indeed, i would like also something working out of the box with Linux. But you must first think if it’s what you really need.
The only issue is that you have to do certain additional configurations to your system to be able to use its four output. Also, install low-latency kernel: