[linux-audio-user] Delta 1010LT problems still...Desperate!!

Joseph Dell'Orfano fullgo at dellorfano.net
Thu Jul 8 23:49:28 EDT 2004

I missed the beginning of this thread, so forgive me if this has already
been covered. Did you try listening through the onboard mixer at all?
This removes the software from the equation. Use envy24control and route
the first 2 channels through the onboard mixer, then listen for your
crackles/pops/snaps. My delta 1010lt performs flawlessly on linux
(fedora core 1).


On Thu, 2004-07-08 at 15:46, Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-07-08 at 12:20, Joe Hartley wrote:
> > On Thu, 08 Jul 2004 10:19:41 -0700
> > Russell Hanaghan <hanaghan at starband.net> wrote:
> > 
> > > Still have some light "snap, crackle and pop" problems here. They don't
> > > seem to be related to X-runs. 
> > 
> > I was having some big problems with noises and distortion for a while.
> > It turns out that I had some mismatches on the dB level of my gear.  
> > Some worked at -10dB, some at +4dB.  When I mixed and matched it, I
> > had some baaaad sounds for a while.
> > 
> > I don't know how/if the 1010LT lets you change these settings, but it
> > might be worth looking at.
> Hmmm. I hear it mostly on the ch 1 input of the 1010. Now this channel
> is provided with a mic preamp and it is adjustable via a jumper on the
> card from (I think) +4 to -10. I use this channel because the output of
> my Takamine is relatively low. I dont hear much distortion (unless I
> thump into my axe a bit) but more subtle pops at random intervals.
> But I buss the other fx in seperate mixer channels in Ardour back out to
> seperate channels of the card. I am pretty sure I hear the odd pop in
> the reverb and delays as well.
> R~
> R~

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