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Alsamixer is command line software, so open your terminal, type alsamixer and press enter. I tried to use padevchooser to switch cards. Now you just have to adjust most of the faders to zero in cli alsamixer this is done by pressing end. But everything runs perfectly smooth and with very low latency setings if I use only analog INS in full duplex mode, so I gave up with the digital INS. One can pretend otherwise, but when such denial leads one to segregate software by perceived morality, the end result will not be more and better music. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
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Eddie Dunn October 09, It works with Jack and Alsa without problems and also has support in PulseAudio. Only problem with FTU is its internal routing system. I will also provide it for download. Alsamixer is command line software, so open your terminal, type alsamixer and press enter.
Outputs on the back still function normally, so you can actually drive four channels from this card to lnux different places. At least I had to, because all faders had same names in GUI This is quite boring job to do, but once you do it, Gnome Alsamixer remembers it’s settings.
In Linux, by default all of them are routed to each other. Using the correct settings, you can achieve near 1ms latency with no xruns using 96Khz or 48Khz 24 bit audio with the Scarlett 2i4.
Because your issue is so predictably periodic it may well fsat IRQ related.
I’ll test this again and report back. I haven’t tested yet.
Later Fulup refined it and uploaded to his own server. It has never crashed or done anything weird. What I wanted and what I think you want too was that software return 1 would route to physical output 1 and so on. Where ulhra I have a look? Results 1 to 10 of My Jack settings look like this:. Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!!
Linux and Fast Track Ultra
Just plug the cable and it works — if you set the internal routing right. I have Fast Track Pro and I am the author of this blog: Contents Computers with Ubuntu preinstalled How can I find out if my hardware is supported? All the audio trsck perfectly, except for a very predictable periodic xrun when running in duplex mode.
Grant posted a clever setup script in comments of this article. After that you should see about faders. Presonus VSL supported with the newer versions of alsa See http: Having exaclty the same problem here kubuntu There are some distros you can test by dvd or a unetbootin created usb stick, that have a 3.
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