I do know it! but the question was: I took a bunch of screenshots.... then when I was ready to load it, I saw either you or someone else asking to insert text because Image were hard to read!! and because you guys have spent quite a time, I thought that was worth to do it!Linuxmusician01 wrote:basstrombone wrote: UMC404HD was found (HW 02) went to sound setting switched to it and was able to play tunes form YouTube and mic check.
Finally we're getting somewhere! The Behringer 404HD does work w/ Alsa at least on your computer! How great is that, eh?
Indeed!! I was concerned but not ready to quit!! I'm go getter never quit!
Here at linuxmusicians.com they mostly use the excellent repository from KXStudio: http://kxstudio.linuxaudio.org/Repositoriesbasstrombone wrote: After this, installed the Repositories from AV Linux.
I'll try it. Is that a problem having too many repos? (Should I remove the AV Linux?
Check if the group "audio" exists and if you are a member of it w/:basstrombone wrote: !!! ERROR !!! - Not able to add user to the audio group (usermod failed)!
Please add yourself to the audio group and re-loginIf your username is in that line somewhere you are a member of siad group. If the command returns nothing then you do not have the group "audio". Creat it w/:
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cat /etc/group | grep audioAdd yourself if hat group exists with:
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sudo groupadd audioI did it already (since last night) I went normally to: "USERS and GROUPS" got as administrator then saw what I had and added audio. After that everything is working as I've mentioned.
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sudo usermod -a -G audio basstrombone
And, like said, forget Mixbus and Ardour for a short while until the Behringer 404HD works with Jackaudio.
After fixing the "audio group" stuff, MixBus is working fine. No dropouts no messages no Xruns... nothing.
Do you mean working w/ the 404 and Jackaudio? Because if that's the case it all works fine and your old laptop is too slow.basstrombone wrote: Even with all this messages, MB is " working" (100% better than Ubuntu Studio).
Here's the deal: I'm letting MB to handle everything (like I do in Mac Os and Windows) I choose "Alsa" Select the interface, buffer size etc.. With this set up, it works fine. However: When I turn "Qjackctl" and open MB and instead of ALSA I choose Jack and try to connect that's when things get ugly. Right now I can play and record with a BUFFER size of 1024 (I know...huge) but with that I monitor via Hardware (UMC) and works. I haven't tested Jack after fixing the "audio group" thing yet. But I will.
basstrombone wrote: Just did an overdubb over that 96K file and no drop outs. [...] And is working.
You meant the 404 is working w/ Jackaudio? That would be great!
As I've said, I'm running mixbus handling everything interface related as far as ALSA is concerned.
P.S. You can copy/paste from terminal and text editor alike. Use the right mouse button.
In Short, MB Is Running, now I can choose "performance" and the cpu is not heavily loaded at all. I can go back and forth from "on demand" for normal tasks and then choose "performance" and it is just fine.
Because I've loaded all the stuff from the repositories, I'm quite positive that my system is optimized for recording audio. MB sounds amazing. Sometimes I record stuff with CUBASE then just by loading it to MB it really changes. I've doing this for more than 7 years. When I realized that I could have as many as 8 BUSES of MixBus when UAD was selling only one channel of 32C for 350 bucks... I had a UAD Satellite (It broke...) So never buy that thing again. It's nice but it breakes... Got really screwed with that. Plug ins (software don't brake).