I have been looking around for a long time and have read many good things about this interface, and it is supposed to be supported through FFADO. Do you have any idea if there is either a way to make it permanent, or at least a CLI method of accomplishing the same thing so I can script it. My soundcard, by default – will send each input port to it’s corresponding output port. Since the only thing that really changed was the new FW stack, I’m assuming that is the cause Does anyone elses card enumerate ports like this: I have not personally done this myself, nor do I know of a suitable messaging program.
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[ubuntu] Echo Audiofire 12 – not working
This worked in an older release of Ubuntu Unfortunately I do not know the internals of the AudioFire interfaces well enough to know whether this configuration can be saved within the device for later recall, or must always be set from software.
I am looking at purchasing it.
I think I installed the XP driver version 4. PaulRH Prhunt It has better sound than my old Deltawith the added benefit of more channels, and portability. I’ve had good experience with dreamstudio which is an audio-centric ubuntu version or AVLinux debian-based.
There is a bug in the firmware which affects working at high sample rates Do you have any idea if there is either a way to make it permanent, or at least a CLI method of accomplishing the same thing so I can script it.
Please refer to ticket for more auudiofire and for news about progress in fixing this.
I am working on a Dell E laptop with the mini firewire connector on the side of the laptop. As for the sample rate. ALSA presents the analog and digital parts to jack as different devices and you have to combine in an asoundrc file. Yes, another fine time waster in the life of humans trying to master their machines. It is important to note that the old stack requires some extra setup and config wrt to the libraw modules. What did make Firewire just work for me was KXStudio.
As regards latency – this is more a feature of the Firewire isochronous protocol and what your whole hardware stack is capable of.
Echo Audiofire 12 compatibility? – LinuxMusicians
Echo Audiofire 12 compatibility? At the current moment i am looking to build a home studio based on Linux to record full bands.
But now I can’t even start my audio engine. I have a similar problem: How well does the Echo AudioFire 12 work with Linux using ffado? Grama Lambo Luver Since upgrading, no matter what jack period settings, xruns are appearing about once libux minute when idle!
If you find a program which permits you to send dbus messages, it should be possible to script the required messages to echi up the routing which you desire. I have not personally done this myself, nor do I know of a suitable messaging program. Thanks for your time! I’ve tried using the svn trunk version of ffado as well with the same result.
The two are ecbo via dbus. Do you have any success? The ffado-mixer GUI is just a graphical front end to the ffado-dbus-server program which is responsible for sending mixer commands to the AudioFire.
Because the Echos are great value for what you get they are the best interfaces for Linux.
If you download some of it, it will be in the form of a WinXP program, so you’ll have to boot XP to run it. PPalmers et al, Takashi, the people at Echo Audio. The trouble is that high end multi converters cost a fortune.
Under linux it is still a no go, Jack crashes within seconds unable to read flash memory I read your http: