It’s easy, just follow the instructions here: It sounds like you have successfully run them in Linux? But it is only the direct sound of the guitar. I cannot get the direct sound to be processed through for instance Guitarix. Article confirming that this device is fully operational: I was playing around with the beatmaker of LMMS for a bit. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Huge thanks to ffado people for working on Dice based firewire cards like Alesis!

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The qjackctl parameter windows tells me down to 1. I am trying to get 2 soundcards running in my system. Tested under Linux Ioo The first thing to do, if you haven’t installed Ubuntu Studio yet, is simply download the Ubuntu Studio live image, boot it, and see how things go.

I tested with Ubuntu Graphic Cards Aoesis graphic cards have very good support out of the box. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Where do I start?

Having a problem logging in? I was happy to hear that someone has the other Alesis IO card working under the latest svn, which makes me think hope that we’re not far off seeing IO26 support? Who is online Users browsing this forum: Lo server starting in non-realtime mode control device hw: I seem to be able to record in Audacious if I use ALSA as host under settingsalthough I only get one channel to record got the sound card set to “stereo” on the mic channeland I can’t get audacious to playback the sound either.


Alesis iO2 Express

I found the card in the input device drop-down in the setup and managed to route the mic to the output to see if it works, and it does!!! Regards, Hopeful n00b trying to record some home made stuff. Specs available at http: Jack crashes in freebob and firewire mode, ardour doesnt start in ffado mode I’ll keep on googling to get exactly what I want.

I got my IO 26 and IO14 to work since a long time ago. A few devices stand out, by either having device specific firmware available, or being usb 2.

Alsa, Jack, Ardour and Alesis IO 2 soundcard – Linux – Ardour

I’ve sent the exact same request today! Even better, there is KXstudio, a specialiased audio distro. I got my settings by playing around with qjackctl.

My IO2 card is Ubuntu compatible and seems to be aleais as prooves aplay -l: Thank you very much for your help and explanations! To see a list of supported devices see http: To make it short, I recently heard about Linux realtime kernel. It sounds like you have successfully run them in Linux?


[ubuntu] ubuntu studio and alesis IO2

But I still have a latency problem: I am sure there are wiser heads than me who can tell you other ways to tweak your setup. I would love to help development in any way I can, where is the right place do that? Jack is also a sound server that works on top of ALSA, so when you start up jack pulse is suspended. Brooktree Corporation Bt Video Capture rev 12 However, the people who need to push this are those who already own this interface – they are after all Alesis’s customers and the people Alesis theoretically care about.