Echo Audio users?
wbrown at colorfulsoftware.com
Mon Jan 19 22:13:39 GMT 2009
It looks like a driver isn't written for this card yet:
And I don't think it is possible to run jack without interacting with the
alsa drivers as some level.
On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 11:08 PM, Scott <ubuntustudio at troutpocket.org>wrote:
> That's interesting. I have updated my Echo Audiofire12 with the
> manufacturer's latest
> firmware. I assume you mean the alsa-firmware package, right? Would I be
> correct in
> assuming that since my device is connected via firewire I don't need the
> alsa-firmwares installed? Thanks for replying!
> Bill Brown wrote:
> > Greetings Scott:
> > I use an echo audio Mia with varied success. The hang up for is so far
> > have been getting it working with the correct kernel. I needed to
> > install the echo audio firmware from http://www.medibuntu.org/ for it
> > to work. After that it works pretty well. You can sample some of my
> > tracks here http://www.earthbeats.net.
> > Chill
> > invisibill
> > On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 6:44 PM, Scott <ubuntustudio at troutpocket.org
> > <mailto:ubuntustudio at troutpocket.org>> wrote:
> > Anyone else out there with an Echo Audio device? I need some
> > general advice on
> > getting jackd running and operational with Ardour. What did you do?
> > Do you have some
> > steps you followed to get connected and recording?
> > -Scott
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