What about the E-MU Tracker Pre USB? Nobody else has it? It's very similar to E-MU 0202 USB. I applied the patches and I can set the clock rate in alsamixer, so recording and playback work perfect (except for recording at values higher than 96kHz = 176,4kHz and 192kHz sound with distortion). Thank you!!!
ALSA 1.0.21 released!
Patches for dmix and softvol are included in this release, but we need a new patch for alsa-driver for frequency selector
Is anyone else here using an emu 0404 USB with Kubuntu Jaunty? Does anyone have any idea how to enable sound playback for non-KDE4 apps?
The emu works flawlessly with everything that ships with KDE 4, but not things that I actually want to use, such as Firefox (flash), Renoise, VLC, Audacity, Amarok 1.4.8, etc...
Does anyone know if there is a way to enable sound with these apps?
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I'm clueless regarding computer audio, but I have a few hours to buy a soundcard and for what I've read the 0202 is fully functional under linux, can any of you please confirm this for me so I can take the plunge without fear?
Macdelaney, E-mu0202/0404USB is almost full functional. Comparing with Win-driver, main differencies are:
1)Manual sample-rate selector(alsa-driver patch should be applied first);
2)Record at 176kHz and 192kHz produce nothing, but "white noise" (MacOS-driver has similar limitation);
Last edited by CannibalZerg; September 2nd, 2009 at 06:01 PM.
1) After the alsa-driver patch it should work fine, right?
2) That's only when recording and doesn't happen with playback?
I'm sorry about the off, but I have 2 hours left and can't afford to make a mistake. Thanks for your help