Hey all, I’ve been reading all these posts UA25 rather than plughw: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. The same rules apply here. The Edirol UA is a half-duplex device, which means that it cannot play several sounds simultaneously.
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By the way, I use and created the patch under Ubuntu Studio too, so it is supposed to work ok Same with the samplerate. In reply to this post by Pete Leigh. I am a computer programmer and have used Linux almost exclusively for the past years with the exception of a few road trips with my Sony Vaio P with Vista on it.
At first, you should have a look at the back pane. Also, if you’ve got a moment, how do I ensure that I compile my “kernel to activate the module snd-usb-audio”? Do they support using MIDI over them.
Yes, at 48 kHz it would work. Could use all recommendations on this. I tried to build a second 2.
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Yes, I checked the code of the kernel 2. I’ve played with linux a bit here and there, but never beyond basic CLI and mostly GUI stuff, primarily java server stuff.
What are the chances of that? This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
Recording works in 24bit also jack says 24bit. Find More Posts by jefro.
This means that any wee small hint that gives me a starting point is much appreciated. I then selected Save, and quitted the gui app. Also can’t find lunux Linux driver for the E. No such file or directory At After you get the kernel source installed, this is what worked for me the -edirol is optional: Think I’d start with using sound settings in Ubuntu to see what is available.
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Unplug the USB cord, plug it again. I made the soundcard work, but may be it needs some improvements Visit the following links: I don’t really want to forever have to manually install a bunch of restricted drivers like NVIDIA and other us-25 every time there is a kernel update. It is not 96kHz, so it is lower on my list. It is rare to get it right the first time! The module is loaded and grants any user access to it.
Edirol UA-25: Any issues?
I was told by some people I trust that the KSM series does tend to overdrive a ua-52 to easy, which would make me lean towards the Neumann over it, but I already have an NT2 and can get some pretty decent clean results from it personally.
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The hotplug mechanism will remove all snd modules and will reload them. The same rules apply here. First thing first, I would decompress the archive you got for the kernel 2. It is definitely comparable to the low latency in Windows, and a lot of functionality are really uua-25 synchronizing application for example.