Most annoyning, but with this workaround it works. May 3rd, 1. Ubuntu obviously recognizes it, but I can’t hear any sound coming out. Join Date Jan Beans 1. I want to input 2 track audio from the output of my Alesis 16 track mixer. Type sudo apt-get install gnome-alsamixer.
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In my case it plays everything a little too fast. I had problems with this soundcard in May 3rd, 1.
Email Required, but never shown. May 12th, 4. Join Date Jan Beans 1. Most annoyning, but with this workaround it works.
I have bought a m-audio card and installed it. The time now is June 10th, 6.
Check my Linux audio experiments on lunux SoundCloud. If I import audio data into Ardour it will play back fine. But now no sound.
Who is online Users browsing this forum: I fixed the problem by doing the following process found in this post: Other mixers were not showing up. Fancying a swim in the pond? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Music Production with Linux. I took a turn on this problem following http: Incidentally I tried the same thing using the USB connection of the Alesis mixer and got exactly the same result.
[ubuntu] M-Audio Audiophile in Ubuntu ?
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