You have been helpful already! I also found http: As far as I can see, inputs of the UA are line level only: Follow links under Device Support at the ffado site. Maybe I could just adjust the output on the preamp going into this… It looks like the UA has hardware level control of all of the inputs, but it is no longer sold. I searched the Internet for other references to Linux support and I found this: That looks perfect to what I need.

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More items related to this product. I am still doing research on mics. So if these including the Zoom H4n are equal in Linux support, which would be of higher quality? TheAwesomeking Ryan Lenssen You have edirkl helpful already!

The device claims 96k sample rate, however this is in a special mode and so nit I have found this inconvenient, If fully functional 96k is an absolute necessity, then this device may not be what you want.

I think I like the sound of my NT2 over the AT from my memory of it, and especially the flexibility of the NT2 is in its favor as it is a multi-pattern mic, ediril I have nothing against the AT either for most things.

I would love this unit edkrol much if I could plug this http: I would prefer to support a company that supports Linux, even if their product is a little more than what I need at the moment. I found it via a forum post http: If firewire is a option, then you could consider the Echo AudioFire range. It worked out of the box, no configuration needed. I also found http: At the moment, I am leaning towards the Edirol UAEX since I can probably effectively use all of its inputs and it seems to be more professional, but I will only order it once I get my system working on a new kernel so that I can focus my return window on getting the the Edirol UAEX to work.


I am looking for the following: I wonder if it was just his setup…or his voice http: I searched the Internet for other references to Linux support and I found this: Hkz am on Fedora 8 since the etx driver is crap; literally: There is a slightly improved version of it called the Zoom H4n. It is possible to do this using a patch which is open source, and temporarily allowing unsigned drivers on Win 10 is necessary to allow this.

Headphone monitors high quality.

I have not used the Rode NT1A in person, but in a video review it seemed to be a bit hot in comparison to other mics. Fedora 13 beta has kernel 2.

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Haven’t tried it on Android or Mac. I do not know C well enough to create any significant amount of new code, but I can hack a few things in it, such as making changes to hard coded arrays in ALSA drivers to recognize a new device and have it run existing code. I think this is fairly trivial to do.


It looks like Kyz can adjust all of the levels on the Alesis iO 2. Latency in Ardour upper right corner says 11ms in normal kernel and I did not had any xruns.

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I would prefer the UA if I knew that the attenuator for inputs worked under Linux. My system does not have FireWire, so I cannot use it, but that is good to know if I have the opportunity to buy or recommend an interface for a system that does have FireWire. I wonder what the noise floor is like with and without the built-in mic preamp.

As far as USB 2. The Rode NT2 looks like a good choice.

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This item doesn’t belong on this page. I know this is not what you asked – just trying to be helpful! You may also like.