They asked for a crash dump. The linux driver can’t change the interface sample rate, so I must use the one that was set previously on windows. In 96khz when the problem of gain occurs, the analog inputs are 2 and Pointed them to the online driver location hidden on manufacturer site. A few months later they released a fix into Windows. I tested it also with simple alsa and audacity configuration and then it worked but with jack and audacity or ardour it don’t, it just gets this ultra-gain.
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As it turns out, Ubuntu Studio ships with the realtime kernel, and works well with my E-MU interface.
As long as I don’t use any networkingboth record 040 playback work without any clicks, pops, or other extraneous noises.
I wish to use it in a simple configuration, getting audio outputs at The only problem, which is solvable through some hacking, is that the volume knob will not work.
My question was if I can put this topic in other place of this site.
I had one of those, and the Vista drivers were never released as a production version. I reported it on answer. What do you mean.
The only unfortunate thing is that the Wi-Fi driver doesn’t get along with my Acer Aspire One’s wireless – I get data corruption.
This same netbook using XP was a lost cause for recording, no matter how many devices I disabled.
Emu USB shows 4 inputs in jack: The matter became moot, and XP took a hike, when it finally crapped out one day. 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.
It’s been liux since I rolled my own kernel Audacity works fine with alsa driver at 96khz, the problem occurs only with jack at 96khz. It is nice soundcard but I have this strange ultra-gain problem at 96khz with jack2. All sampling rates are available, at and bit depths. Everything seems to work fine.
As it is common in the linux world, where thousands of people work with the code and hack away, while officially the driver is NOT supported and ALSA dev told me so, actually some guys DID do some work and the card should work quite fine.
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.
Hacker News new comments show ask jobs submit. My emu interface usbsupports sample rates from khz to khz.
Do you know this page: Everything seems to sounds better, even simple mp3 playback. In 96khz when the problem of gain occurs, the analog inputs are 2 and I’m surprised it even works for you on linux, since USB2 cards are dificult to run on Linux and after reading this: Some time after that they commented that they managed to reproduce the BSOD. Creative products are pretty awesome in Linux.
The inputs and outputs works fine, latency was OK too. For example, if I will work at 48khz in Cubase, the driver must be in 48khz. Is it alsa, or jack bug or even hardware bug?
And I using Jack with Alsa driver. Another non-ms person analyzed the crash dump and suggested that it’s USB 3. They asked for lniux crash dump. No registered users and 3 guests. Anyway, I think the driver in linux sounds better when everything is in 96khz. When everything is in