And having pondered the question for a couple of days, I decided that the matter is not worth it. Does anybody know what causes this? I’m surprised it even works for you on linux, since USB2 cards are dificult to run on Linux and after reading this: The only problem here is, of course, that I am neither Oracle, nor HP. I can’t understand why it doesn’t work on Ubuntu, the version of alsa-driver seems to be the same 1. Another non-ms person analyzed the crash dump and suggested that it’s USB 3.
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And because none of the developers of the ALSA project have been able to find the time to add full support in the past three years, I conclude that the driver will most probably never happen.
I new in web-based lists. Can be an Alsa issue? What interests me is, though, is that the card seems to work perfectly “out of the box” for me in Fedora 9 and OpenSUSE Anyone can help me?
The matter became moot, and XP took a hike, when it finally crapped out one day. I’ll have to linx how my ThinkPad T30 copes with this – it has a quieter fan, at any rate, so it would be a better choice for my needs.
Hacker News new comments show ask jobs submit. A few months later they released a fix into Windows.
When I was working in To implement the basic feature of playback at Hz sample rate this particular developer said he needs three working days 21 hours which are to be paid a certain amount of pounds an hour. So, all it took was to wait 7 years soundcard was released inalong with driver data sheets provided to the community.
The time now is The developer told me that such a sum is fairly normal 0440 the UK for contract work, with companies like Oracle, Cisco and HP. As long as I don’t use any networkingboth record and playback work without any clicks, pops, or other extraneous noises. It is said to be “non usb-audio standards compliant”, so a new driver has to be written for it.
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Focusrite Saffire Pro 14, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. Anyway, I think the driver in linux sounds better when everything is in 96khz.
I am not saying that the price asked for is unreasonable. When I come to Linux, my card was set in 96khz, by windows, and pulse audio, or alsa works only when I set them to 96khz, otherwise the sound was harsh.
To make the linux work in Well, as far as I understand what Jose says, it seems to be possible to use the Emu USB audio interface in a basic fashion using Alsa, or even Jack. But in 96khz, jack inputs had the gain problem. Now we are at “Computer Ralated Hardware”.
Other than that – it should be fine with latest ALSA. I know that is problem with the gain, because if I turn down the volume of my xp30 to the minimum possible and the gain knobs of the interface, the sound goes almost good, but even a heavy note distort the sound. When I really needed to use E-MU to record some old tapes into computer, I decided to search e-ku Internet again, a year later after my initial search.
I think the same. Some time after that they commented that they managed to reproduce the BSOD. The latest manufacturer drivers were for Vista.
In 96khz when the problem of gain occurs, the analog inputs are 2 and However, information that USB soundcards do have basic support at seemed misleading – on my machine I could not get any meaningful sound at all, only some distortion. When I do this, the windows driver change the interface’s firmware to the current sample rate.
The inputs and outputs works fine, latency was OK too.
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