[alsa-devel] EMU releases 0404/0202 MAC driver stack as open source!!
kls.schlz at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 12 08:16:11 CET 2008
I would love ( and quite some other people I know - too) to get this driver
The 0404 is one of the best sounding USB boxes around
There are not very many cards around which run in USB async mode (Benchmark
If they open up the driver stack, perhaps the ALSA guys who're sitting on
the data sheets for quite some time and signed
an NDA for that, could check if they are allowed to spread the datasheet
If this case I would try to involve myself to see how far I get.
On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 7:53 AM, Takashi Iwai <tiwai at suse.de> wrote:
> At Thu, 11 Dec 2008 17:28:09 +0100,
> Klaus Schulz wrote:
> > Hi folks.
> > FYI - see below.
> > Does this makes live easier to get the ALSA driver developed.
> I don't know whether anyone is working on this device, but this could
> be used as a reference, at least.
> > THX Klaus
> > ---Quote---
> > SCOTTS VALLEY, CA - December 1, 2008 - E-MU Systems today announced that
> > the first time it will release as open source the Macintosh driver stack
> > its award winning USB 2.0 audio interface products - the 0202USB,
> > and TrackerPre. The Software Developer Kit will be available on the
> > SourceForge developer's website in early December and can be found at:
> > https://sourceforge.net/projects/zaudiodrivermac/. The software will be
> > released under the GNU Lesser General Public License or LGPL v3, which
> > enables developers to commercially redistribute products derived from
> > code base.
> > The Software Developer Kit will include the E-MU USB 2.0 driver interface
> > specification and necessary source code for adding new features,
> > performance, or porting to other Operating Systems.
> > "We are releasing this code to the public to enable programming
> > the ability to experiment with and to extend the capabilities of our
> > products, which we find being used in a variety of applications outside
> > the MI space proper. I'm convinced that our clever user base will come up
> > with innovative variations not addressed by our mainstream activities,"
> > Michael Lee, marketing manager for E-MU Systems. "I'm excited to see the
> > results generated by the OpenSource community."
> > ---End Quote---
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