[linux-audio-user] Alsa support for ZOOM G2.u1 and generic usb audio devices in general

Clemens Ladisch clemens at ladisch.de
Fri Nov 25 08:06:05 EST 2005

Cesare wrote:
> What makes it interesting is that it has a usb interface so it works
> like an audio interface. You can listen to the mix from the DAW from its
> headphone jack along with the direct output of the effected guitar (no
> additional latency). The sampling is done at 24bit/96kHz.
> I bought it to complete my transition to linux and I would really like
> to use it with jackd. In windows and macos x it works without any driver
> (it is seen as a generic usb audio device), and in fact through USB it
> is limited to 16bit/44.1kHz.
> The question is: how can I get it to work with alsa, and therefore jackd?

Just plug it in.

It should be listed in /proc/asound/cards; the device name for jack is


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