October 24th, 4. Join our community today! And since you’re using Jack2 you could add the -S option to the jackd command in the Server Path field of the Setup window of QjackCtl. I read here it’s the module an ICE of some sort. Originally Posted by AutoStatic. The first thing I would look at is what kind of cables you are using. Who is online Users browsing this forum:
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Are you sure that all other input sources are muted? Overview Topics Products People Change log. Many thanks GlennsPrefThank you very much for your thoughtful reply.
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Acknowledged In progress Doesn’t need answer Answered. Apple users have the excellent Logic Studio. GlennsPrefThank you very much for your thoughtful reply. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear. Gotta lay down some tracks from home for a studio project https: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. This secondary issue had vexed me for quite some time. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
Mobilspre 20, By Carla Schroder. Let’s call it a fluke in my favour. USB sound card m-audio mobile pre not recognized You need to install the madfuload package.
October 24th, 2. This package will fetch the right firmware for your device so the snd-usb-audio module can make use of your M-Audio device.
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This includes you computer monitor, light bulbs, power supplies, non-shielded speakers, etc? Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
What should I do to connect an electonic quitar to play? I’ve got an M-Audio Mobile Pre that seems to be initially recognized by it’s proper full name by RC1 but not as a multimedia controller class.
M-Audio MobilePre Ok then, enough background. Regular guitar cables aren’t protected from all the buzzing you’ll hear in a computer recording environment.
USB Audio alias snd-card-0 snd-usb-audio here’s the output of uname -a: I figure, Linux do pretty much anything, while proprietary drivers may be a different story. I’d be happy to help! The mood in here.
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