I play guitar and am just delving into tue digital side of this fascinating world!
I’ve used numerous Linux distros over the last couple years, Ubuntu mainly for general computing and programming work, but also raspbian/Debian, Kali, and some other versions based on those systems. I recently found Ubuntu Studio when I got into video editing.
But on the flip side I play guitar a bit, and also run Windows because of compatibility with my coursework and other things. So I’ve been messing with Guitar Rig and some DAWs, and have started playing around with learning to layer and record my riffs and ideas. I have a cheap usb interface and it does the job but I have issues with latency and I am serious about getting a better unit as I progress and get better.
That being said the cheap usb interface has hooked up to an OTG allowing me to play through amp apps on android devices, and can connect on Windows to audacity, guitar rig, cakewalk and fruityloops among others.
So last week my Girlfriend brought home a desktop PC that was being given away for free but was minus a HDD. I decided to set up a more permanent studio rig and installed the latest Ubuntu Studio. I was really impressed by the updated software that has been added since I last used it and found a ton of audio and guitar related goodies at my disposal.
So I hooked up my usb interface, plugged in my guitar and had a few issues which sort of led me here after hitting the search engines for advice.
My interface is detected in lsusb and can be selected as UPNP usb device or something similar.I can use it’s mic port to send my system sound to my headphones and can see my guitars levels in audacity but can’t hear my guitar or select it in most programs except some which show it as upnp usb microphone or also for input and output devices they show the same thing upnp usb device.
So hopefully after I finish introducing myself I can find some advice