Re: What Focusright firewire interfaces are fully working and currently available?
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On 04/05/12 06:17, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
Your memory's spot-on here -- I use more recent versions of Ubuntu, and it's definitely worked out-of-the-box for me for some time (I think since 10.10).On 05/03/2012 09:51 PM, drew Roberts wrote:This device is NOT supported in 2.0. It will be included in the 2.x release that introduces DICE support. This will most likely be version 2.1.I don't think there is any major distro that still ships with FFADO 2.0, most of them use an svn checkout with DICE support. But my memory is rusty here, I didn't really keep up with FFADO developments.
I also recommend the PRO 40 -- it works well, it sounds great, and it's ridiculous value for money.
I did once use the Windows software to make some mixer adjustments, but that was just because I wanted to set up something specific; it worked fine before that. If the mixer tools have improved since then, then I could probably do the same thing today without Windows.
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