[linux-audio-user] Re: [ardour-users] Delta 1010 .asoundrc

Kevin Cosgrove kevinc at doink.com
Fri Mar 4 12:34:18 EST 2005


On 4 March 2005 at 12:25, ross at lug.udel.edu wrote:

> What do you mean "optimal"?  You should be able to load jack and
> ardour and have all the channels accessible at the indicated sampling
> rate.

Great.  That's really what I'm after.

> I have a different Delta model, but the only thing in my
> .asoundrc is stuff for OSS emulation.

Hmm, I have a legacy OSS app. that I might want to use.  I've done 
the usual /etc/modprobe.conf stuff in the past with simpler sound 
cards.  Is your .asoundrc much different?  I imagine so.  I'd be 
interested to see your .asoundrc, if that's OK.  It'd be nice to get 
it into the google-space & mailing list archives too.

> If you're trying to sync up two delta cards, that's probably totally
> different though ::-)  Otherwise:

In my searching for an answer to .asoundrc I ran across several old 
messages about syncing two 1010 units.  I never found a post about 
success with that tho.  I don't think I'll buy a 2nd one until I know 
that it'll work.

> jackstart -R -d alsa -d hw:0 -r 44100 ... other jack options ...
> ardour
> 
> and you should be golden!

Very cool.  Pretty much like my vanilla sound card.

Thanks....
 
--
Kevin




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