7.10 won't recognize my usb turntable

Fred Schuelzky phredsky at earthlink.net
Sun Apr 13 13:37:22 UTC 2008


Eric wrote:
> D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
>
>   
>> Audacity is probably good enough for your purposes, but if you want to play 
>> records live, I can't think of a likely way to do that unless you use JACK to 
>> route the audio input from the record player to the audio output on whatever 
>> soundcard you normally use.  (Well, unless you use a physical audio cable to 
>> connect them, if that is an option.)
>>     
>
>
> I have the same turntable and the same problem. The turntable comes with 
> Audacity for both Windows and Macs. It even has a printed manual for 
> Audacity.
>
> The turntable also allows you to hook it up to your computer in the same 
> way you hook up any other turntable to a PC. Using that method, I have 
> been able to use Audacity. This method required a pre-amp
>
>
> Eric Jackson
>
>
>
>   
>> JACK is a pretty huge subject, and I would encourage you to seek out the 
>> Ubuntu Studio Users list, or the Linux Audio Users list for further help with 
>> that.  First, I would encourage you to just get started with Audacity, and 
>> see what happens from there.
>>
>> Good luck
Eric
    I was under the impression that the Numark TTXUSB has a built in 
preamp. It has a gain control on the panal where you plug in the audio 
cables / usb cable.

Appreciate the input.

Fred
   





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