[LAU] USB soundcard recommendation
bernardobarros2 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 13:44:59 UTC 2010
I like the Edirol PCR1, but unfortunately it has a bug and doesn't
work on Linux yet.
But Usb 1.0 devices does not seem to be a big problem.
2010/10/3 allcoms <allcoms at gmail.com>:
> Seeing as we have the ability, we'd like to record and mix @ 96Khz but
> my band mates internal laptop sound chipset can't do any better than
> 48Khz hence he can't use it for mixing and he's looking out for
> something that'd work well with ALSA thats guaranteed to be able to
> run JACK (at least for playback) at 24-bit/ 96Khz.
> Essentially I'd like two recommendations for this- a real budget
> device that just has audio out (maybe 35mm input too) but also a
> slightly more costly alternative with a phantom power capable XLR mic
> input should he want to do overdubs at home.
> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 7:24 PM, Michael Weaver
> <michaelweaver1 at btinternet.com> wrote:
>> my name is Michael and I am a newby to this list as someone on the Orca
>> list pointed me in the direction of this list as regarding a question I
>> I am running Ubuntu Lucid and was using Audio CD extractor for
>> extracting tracks from CDs.
>> I have one CD of a 2 disc set where only the first 10 tracks on the
>> second CD only want to be extracted to my music folder.
>> When I look at the check boxes in Audio CD Extractor I see all of the
>> check boxes checked apart from track 11 which doesn't appear at all.
>> I use the Orca screenreader and when I read the table with the arrow
>> keys I have track 1 check box checked, track 2 check box checked right
>> up to track 10, it doesn't say any status for track 11 and the next box
>> appears as track 12 and that is checked down to track 19 which is the
>> list track on that CD.
>> I notice that I get a message about the album not being recognised by
>> Music Brains or something and possibly asked if I want to submit the
>> album for adding to the database so I am wondering if this is the reason
>> while only the first 10 tracks are converted and sent to my music folder
>> so I don't get the whole of that CD when I copy the contents to my
>> Plextalk player.
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