M-AUDIO PROFIRE 610 LINUX DRIVER
However, this work is currently stalled due to higher priority tasks and I have no idea when it might become usable. Yet I’m about to build up a home-studio config. I haven’t had the time to do so, but as soon as I do I will publish a how-to. Its being worked on. Thank you all for your guidance: Howdy, New to the list and I pretty new in the Linux Audio word.
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M-Audio ProFire 610
If anybody has an idea what should I do to bug fix this, it would be great. What do you think? However, this work is currently stalled due to higher priority tasks and I have no idea when it might become usable. On Wed, Jul 1, at And since M-Audio wont release give support for linux, I would take a chance with that interface.
When I try to start jack jackd -R -d firewire; or with qjackctl, same thing happensI get these errors. As firewire is by design quicker than USB2, i thought it’s the best choose. If 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 bands.
linux-audio-user – M-Audio ProFire
I can now confirm that what you need to do is: Dumping IsoHandlerManager Stream handler information Desktop systems these days utilise things like pulseaudio which in turn communicate only with ALSA. Well, enough of my senseless chat, if anything else I can help you, just tell me. Any clue to fix it, I’ll really appreciate. Indeed, i would like also something working out of the box with Linux. Profite time I tried it on a laptop with TI chipset and latest ffado trunk svn.
This is why the native gnome sound configurations will not report the existance of the Profire. In reply to this post by Nicanor Garcia I would definitely recommend this interface, it has worked fine for me under linux.
I used it with power adapter without any problems.
I’m not sure if I need to do some changes in ffado-mixer, but so far, I don’t get any sound in my computer. Can Anybody confirm my problem with kHz?
I am a command line newb, so if you can give me advice, i will linix you feedback asap! Also, install low-latency kernel: In reply to this post by Nicanor Garcia.
Perhaps others might provide feedback. And I have to mention that I installed ffado from svn over an existing install of ffado and didn’t delete it just installed ffado trunk with prefix set to the place where existing ffado was installed.
Correct me if I’m wrong about this data. I also added some notes about testing the generic Dice mixer.
Initially prrofire some trouble setting it up, but now works perfectly! On Tue, Jun 30, at If you may need to use your interface in different computers an USB is for you as it works out of the box in almost any computer, at least the M-Audio Fast Track Pro I use does.
Good news is that ProFire is recognized by ffado, also the ffado-mixer starts and does not crash and shows some basic info, like sample rate, clock source etc. I have jack and qjackctl installed from the repos, not from svn.
Free forum by Nabble. Search everywhere only in this topic. In reply to this post by Syl But It not work on khz, I hear a noise sync clicks evrytime, I play music from different audioplayers and set different buffer setup and periods for jackd.