But anyone can freely copy, say, UbuntuStudio. Both tools work similar, so you can use what suits best to you. To see the list of supported devices, checkout http: Because your issue is so predictably periodic it may well be IRQ related. A few devices stand out, by either having device specific firmware available, or being usb 2. The end result was just 8 outputs being open:
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United States End-user support https: I find although recent desktop and lowlatency Kernels generally give very good performance with most hardware, many FireWire and USB devices still really need to be used with rtirq script. After that you should see about faders. Note that the devices tdack do not make a complete list of fully supported usb devices by any way.
In duplex mode it just goes crazy with xruns after a while, but well, that may also be because of the card not being fully supported by alsa drivers I guess. PageDown and PageUp buttons can be used to adjust fader’s volume.
Is it just me, or is it currently impossible to stop it routing directly from the inputs to the outputs in Linux? However I hear all inputs on all outputs. For audio devices, have a look at Introduction to audio Network Devices Most common network devices work out of the box on any Ubuntu flavor.
I have also driven the card with 48 KHz sample rate, and still everything works well. On my Ubuntu Alesis IO2 Express – Class complient. I will also provide liinux for download.
I have exactly the same problem. Grant posted a clever setup script in comments of this article. I have not tried to edit grub when loading 2.
Your computer and interface consist of non-free software burned into silicon by manufacturing processes controlled by non-free software, in secure facilities monitored by non-free software, and sold by business using non-free software tack the transactions. Everything is set optimally for realtime audio.
No tast users and 1 guest. This audio interface is based on the IO2 Express made by Alesis they look identical in appearance and share identical specs.
Has anyone got any information about the chipset that’s on the card? By default it shows only input faders.
Both tools work similar, so you can use what suits best to you. For sure if the ALSA guys had given to him directly the sound-driver already patched, it would be much better!
You might be able to map the inputs to separate tracks using ardour. This is done by pressing F6, in command line version, Gnome Alsamixer has separate tabs for different soundcards.
Now, if you are using Gnome Alsamixer, first thing you should do is rename all the faders.