My question was if I can put this topic in other place of this site. Pointed them to the online driver location hidden on manufacturer site. Anyway, I think the driver in linux sounds better when everything is in 96khz. You don’t have to disable the network although it’s not a bad ideal to free up resources to avoid potential issues. In 96khz when the problem of gain occurs, the analog inputs are 2 and Thanks, for the advice! But when I tried 96khz I changed it on windows, and after in linux pulse audio outputs the audio fine.
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The only unfortunate thing is that the Wi-Fi driver doesn’t get along with my Acer Aspire One’s wireless – I get data corruption. I have to say, the Microsoft folks involved in anything driver-related have lknux the most competent, down-to-earth, and underappreciated folks at the company. What do you mean. Note that memlock is whatever your system can spare.
Emu USB at 96khz – LinuxMusicians
New on this forum. Become a Site Supporter and Never see Ads again! Everything seems to 044 fine. I know that is problem with the gain, because if I turn down the volume of my xp30 to the minimum possible and the gain knobs of the interface, the sound goes almost good, but even a heavy note distort the sound.
There is a problem with the sample rate in pulse audio, but is just a difference with the interface firmware sample rate that windows drivers can set and Linux sample rate. Do you know this page: As long as I don’t use any networkingboth record and playback work without any clicks, pops, or other extraneous noises. Well, as far as I understand what Jose says, it seems to be possible to use the Emu USB audio interface in a basic fashion using Alsa, or even Jack.
Disabling that in the BIOS solved the issue. I tested it also with simple alsa and audacity configuration and then it worked but with jack and audacity or ardour it don’t, it just gets this ultra-gain.
The card eemu be in the same sample rate of the driver to work. Linux Audio is a queer world, I tell you! With alsa or jack developers.
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My question was if I can put this topic in other place of this site. Does anybody know what causes this?
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The latest manufacturer drivers were for Vista. I work at an Audio production company in my city, and I think 96khz sounds better, but at home, I’m just producing my own music. Driver support for it was THE thing that kept me from upgrading from XP to 7, and linuc what convinced me to never again buy a Creative product. Everything seems to sounds better, even simple mp3 playback.
I know its a little tricky, but I will use always the same sample rate, so I have to do this just one lijux. My emu interface usbsupports sample rates from khz to khz. I new in web-based lists.
snd-emu10k1 – Debian Wiki
Now we are at “Computer Ralated Hardware”. Target softwares are audio players, and Pianoteq, a keyboard synt. I have a Roland XP30 connected to the sound board and when I working with Windows, or even jack with It is nice soundcard but I have this strange ultra-gain problem at 96khz with jack2.
As it is common in the linux world, where thousands of people work with the code and hack away, while officially the driver is NOT supported and ALSA dev told me so, actually some guys DID do some work and the card should work quite fine. Who is online Users browsing this forum: I asked in jack devel forum and someone thinks that can’t be a jack bug. I think the same.