lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

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lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

Postby gennargiu » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:03 am

hi i used audio card usb lexicon alpha. It's a full compatible with gnu/linux from alsa o jack driver. In my setup this sound card is contact with usb 2.0 port on asus x54c notebook with installated debian stretchand ardour 5.5 . I used this sound card for my record audio synthesizers yamaha dx7 mk1,roland d50,korg m1,alesis micron and microkorg mk1 . All perfect functions. :D

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Re: lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

Postby rghvdberg » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:28 am

You got some very cool synths!

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Re: lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

Postby bhilmers » Thu Dec 22, 2016 6:23 pm

I bought a Lexicon Alpha last week and was happy to see it work out of the box. Seems to be a nice, inexpensive unit for simple recording. Haven't had a chance to give a critical ear to the preamp, but it is surely an improvement over my M-Audio Mobile Pre, blech.

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Re: lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

Postby sadko4u » Thu Dec 22, 2016 7:26 pm

I think the best would be to create special subforum called 'Success stories' where people explain how successful the device that they bought makes friendship with linux. That could allow to easy search devices that are compatible with Linux.

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Re: lexicon alpha usb perfect compatibility with gnu/linux

Postby gennargiu » Mon Jan 02, 2017 9:05 am

rghvdberg wrote:You got some very cool synths!


yeah all great synths for ambient,soundscapes music :D ciao

gennaro


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