M-audio Fast Track

Chris's picture

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I all.
I would like to know if anyone has gotten the above to work.

Also, does it work with rackattack (I think that's the app).

Much obliged if you could pass on any tricks on how to use any of the above.

Chris

M-audio Fast Track

Ralf Mardorf's picture

On Sun, 2011-05-29 at 18:17 -0500, Chris wrote:
> I all.
> I would like to know if anyone has gotten the above to work.
>
> Also, does it work with rackattack (I think that's the app).
>
> Much obliged if you could pass on any tricks on how to use any of the
> above.
>
> Chris

If you have PulseAudio installed you need to
edit /usr/share/alsa/cards/ICE1712.conf

[snip]
ICE1712.pcm.front.0 {
@args [ CARD ]
@args.CARD {
type string
}
type route
ttable.0.0 1
ttable.1.1 1
slave.pcm {
type hw
card $CARD
}
#### fix PA issue ####
slave.format S32_LE
slave.channels 10
######################
}
[snip]

This will work for Envy24 cards on Suse 11.2 and Ubuntus older than
Maverick. On Ubuntu ex Maverick you need to disable PA. I guess it's the
same for Debian.

I'm switching the distro regarding to this and some other issues,
unfortunately I got stopped with the Debian stable install and need some
help from this list :(.

M-audio are usually Envy24 cards.

I got the information, that for Debian you can chose not to install PA.

Your card should work with rackarrack + jackd.

Hth,

Ralf

M-audio Fast Track

Chris's picture

Sounds good.
I'll be using Lanovo T510.
I'm hoping this works.

Chris

M-audio Fast Track

Ralf Mardorf's picture

On Sun, 2011-05-29 at 18:17 -0500, Chris wrote:
> I all.
> I would like to know if anyone has gotten the above to work.
>
> Also, does it work with rackattack (I think that's the app).
>
> Much obliged if you could pass on any tricks on how to use any of the
> above.
>
> Chris

Oops, please wait! Pardon! Are you new to Linux?

You know that you have to run jackd, e.g. by launching QjackCtl, then
you need to connect virtual cables and then you can use rakarrack?!

I favour Rakarrak, some people prefer Guitarix,
http://guitarix.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html . You should test both.
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