Does M-Track Quad have a working module in linux?

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condomitti
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Does M-Track Quad have a working module in linux?

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Hi guys,

I have a Fast-track C400 which I use seamlessly on my linux box (alongside with JACK audio server, Ardour, guitarix) for recordings/practing/etc... now I'm thinking of switching to the M-Track Quad (http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/MTrackQuad.html) because of the amount of input and the ability to use them simultaneously. Does any of you have this model? Does it work well on linux?

Thanks a lot!


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Re: Does M-Track Quad have a working module in linux?

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The M-Track seems to work but I can't find any references to people who got the M-Track Quad working with Linux. Actually I found one single reference to someone who tried it but couldn't get it to work.

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Re: Does M-Track Quad have a working module in linux?

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AutoStatic wrote:The M-Track seems to work but I can't find any references to people who got the M-Track Quad working with Linux. Actually I found one single reference to someone who tried it but couldn't get it to work.
Thanks AutoStatic!

Maybe I should go with C600, which is guaranteed to work fine.

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Condomitti.
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