Newbie question - soundcard support
fernando.gomes at ideavity.com
Fri Jul 4 16:04:18 BST 2008
Thank you all! I just bought a Tascam US122 on Ebay, so I'm waiting to try
it with Linux!
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 10:45 AM, <hollunder at gmx.at> wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Jul 2008 10:47:00 +0200 (CEST)
> humbert.olivier.1 at free.fr wrote:
> > hello
> > http://www.tascam.com/products/us-224.html
> > it's work fine on linux system
> > * input/output works
> > * record, play, pause works
> > * I haven't try to make works the left-part of the card (faders
> > for 4 tracks) maybe they works, maybe not
> > ciao'livier
> > Salut,
> > la carte fonctionne bien sur un system linux
> > * les entrées/sorties fonctionnent
> > * enregistrement, play, pause fonctionnent
> > * Je n'ai pas essayé de faire fonctionner la partie gauche de la
> > carte (les faders pour 4 pistes), peut être qu'ils fonctionnent, ou
> > pas
> The smaller Tascam is reported to work afaik, it's similar to this one:
> The Problem is that the newer one, US-122L does not work, so if you can
> get one without the L it should be fine.
> I personally use an roland/edirol UA-25 which has about the same
> There's also an Alesis usb device that is very similar.
> If firewire is an option for you, you could try to find a small device
> that is known to work. Firewire has some benefits over usb and few
> drawbacks, like, not being available on every computer and not working
> very well with every firewire controller chipset.
> Have a look at alsa-project.org for soundcards in general, freebob.org
> and ffado.org for firewire audio devices.
> Good luck
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