It has been brought to my attention that basic playback is now supported and if you use Ubuntu It feels that this “bug” is so strange that tere is only very little information about it. I did not spot any changes. And, once more, I am not targeting ALSA developers, I am just amazed that the vibrant free software community cannot find a way to add support for soundcards, datasheets for which are provided by the company. And because none of the developers of the ALSA project have been able to find the time to add full support in the past three years, I conclude that the driver will most probably never happen.
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I bought the soundcard from an official E-MU distributor. Since the card seems to have basic playback working.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I can’t understand why it doesn’t work on Ubuntu, the version of alsa-driver seems to be the same 1. New on this forum. The only problem, which is solvable through some hacking, is that the volume knob will not work. Do make sound afor DVDs? For example, if E-mmu will work at 48khz in Cubase, the driver must be in 48khz.
Well, as far as I understand what Jose says, e-mmu seems to be possible to use the Emu USB audio interface in a basic fashion using Alsa, or even Jack. Really – we are the only ones to blame at this point.
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. I just need to know were to find a solution: I am wondering what the emuk1 discussion is all about? However, information that USB soundcards do have basic support at seemed misleading – on my machine I could not get any meaningful sound at all, 0440 some distortion.
Thanks, for the advice! However, I tried it a couple of days ago November 23, on my Ubuntu Please login or register.
[other] E-MU USB stuttering in Ubuntu, working fine in Fedora why?
Some time after that they commented that they managed to reproduce the BSOD. All sampling rates are available, at and bit depths. And having pondered the question for a couple of days, I decided that the matter is not worth it.
And, once more, I am not targeting ALSA developers, I am just amazed that the vibrant free software community cannot find a way to add support for soundcards, datasheets for which are provided by the company.
Unfortunately, today the soundcard is an artifact of the past, there are much better offers on emu market. Also, when ALSA website asks for a “donation”, it usually means some support, but certainly not a full contract job pay, so the word “donation” is misleading.
There is no real logic built in to drive the card properly.
If ALSA project devs have datasheets for various soundcards but are not motivated enough to add even basic playback, then I am not sure on what grounds do we all stand. If you run The card oinux to work fine r-mu secs then stops. 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 isb good, but even a heavy note distort the sound.
I know its a little tricky, but I will use always the same sample rate, so I have to do this just one time. Hacker News new comments show ask jobs submit. Driver support for it was THE thing that kept me from upgrading from XP to 7, and also what convinced me to never again buy a Creative product.
But the MS guys kept on going. The answer was prompt:. Can be an Alsa issue? A few weeks later, a reply that they managed to get their hands on a similar device!!