Tascam us-122 (non L!): the lights are ON, but no sound.
forevergyl at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 17:49:47 UTC 2011
> Hello Giuliano!
> (I have written this mail some 3 hours ago before your last reply and saved
> for further editing. Nevertheless I send it now in case there is something
> that can help you. :) )
> Eventhough I have only very little experience with ubuntu studio
> (just last week I set up my realtime kernel and system and it works
> with a very cheap usb audio interface of 12€!), I want to share it with
> You should work with Jack! Install it (as Pablo said, it's gui is called
> "qjackctl"), and make a good setup for your system. (I used this for
> and maybe this for the whole system set up:
> In the case that there is no problem with your audio card drivers (I can't
> help you here!) and Jack is configured properly, then you should hear sound
> form your card. In other words and since as you said you card is recognized
> from your system, if the sound isn't working, then you haven't configured
> properly. In the setup menu of qjackctl , at the Settings tab you should
> all possible settings, especially play with the "driver", "interface",
> device" and "output device", in order to make the right configuration of
> Normally, you will see your audio interface's name at the "interface" and
> "input and output device" options. Play with these, save your settings and
> "start" at the main window of Qjackctl to start the engine.
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I'm definitely going to give up. It's more than a week... always the same.
Someone suggested me to try Tango Studio, I did, but it's exactly the same.
I'm going to give back the card to the guy who sold it to me, since he's so
kind to give me back my money.
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