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    Yamaha Audiogram 6

    Just wondering if anyone has tried the Yamaha Audiogram 6. Here is a link http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com...tem?sku=703328 This looks like it would work well for me but I can't seem to find anything in the line of Linux support. I know with several items like that they have suprised me and just worked but before I fork over the $150 bucks I wouldnt' care to know for sure if anyone has any experience.

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    Well according to alsa-project.org, many of Yamaha's USB soundcards are supported: http://www.alsa-project.org/main/ind...:Vendor-Yamaha

    But the Audiogram 6 is not listed, so you can't really be sure. I'd say either make sure the store you buy it from has a good return policy, phone Yamaha and ask (even if alsa supports it, they'll probably say no, but it's always good to ask them), or find a different card that is officially supported.

    If you do end up getting the Audiogram 6 please make sure to report your results to alsa-project.org so that others don't have to go through a trial/error process.
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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    Yeah I checked the alsa page first, but noticed a lot of yamaha stuff is supported I may give it a try. Its a nice looking unit for the money.

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    Quote Originally Posted by wstout View Post
    Yeah I checked the alsa page first, but noticed a lot of yamaha stuff is supported I may give it a try. Its a nice looking unit for the money.
    So how was it? does it work? (I hope so)

    I plan to get one too, and found this thread

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    yeah, i'd like to know, too...

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    Me too

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    anyone tried this yet?

    looks like a nice interface

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    According to the manual it's a class compliant device (i.e. for both Mac and Windows no extra drivers are needed) so in theory it should work out of the box.

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    The device works FLAWLESSLY in Audacity under UBUNTU 10.04 LTS.... Just plug it in, reboot the machine, open Audacity and enable the DEVICE TOOLBAR. It will be visible as a USB Audio Device. ENJOY!

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    Re: Yamaha Audiogram 6

    i am considering the Yamaha Audiogram 3 or 6.
    especially if it's plug and play out of the box.
    i tried Line6 Studio UX1 with no success.
    i assume since it was detected as a usb device it is compatible with ubuntu and jackd.
    i would also like to know if its compatible with Fedora.

    which one to pick though.
    the 6 has more knobs and more inputs, but is it more machine?
    i like how they both have line outs.
    however the inputs on the 6 are all stereo would i be able to stick a single cable from a guitar into just one side?
    any suggestions are appreciated.

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