[alsa-devel] @Daniel Mack: Send you a FTU

Aurélien Leblond blablack at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 11:21:05 CEST 2011

On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 9:56 AM, Daniel Mack <zonque at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Aurélien,
> On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 12:25 PM, Aurélien Leblond <blablack at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I saw on the mailing that you a Felix have been doing a great deal of
>> work to provide better support for the M-Audio FastTrack Ultra.
>> I tested yesterday the new patch that provides mixer and the
>> possibility to change the internal routing of the soundcard... I can
>> finally use all the input/output to use external FX, that's very
>> handy!
>> Anyway, on the M-Audio forum, Felix has been mentionning several times
>> that there were few bugs that needed to be fixed with this soundcard,
>> but that you needed to get your hand on one device to fix them (and
>> may be even improve things around its support in general).
> Quite frankly, I'm not fully aware about known issues with these
> devices that need attention. Could you summarize which problems are
> left to look at?
>> As M-Audio generously denied providing you with one (haaaa, these big
>> corporations), I'm ok getting a brand new one sent to you. That would
>> be part of my donation to the open-source community!
> Wow, that's quite an offer, I'm impressed. However, I would really
> only need a device during development to hook it up to an USB analyzer
> and have a look at the dumps. And having access to one would
> definitely speed up development. Once the issues are fixed, though, I
> can give it back to you or to someone else who actually uses the
> device afterwards - I've got enough sound interfaces around here  :)
> Plus .. it might take me awhile until I can actually start debugging
> this, as I'm drowning in work.
>> So the question really is...How would we organise that?
> I'll send you my postal address in PM.
> Thanks,
> Daniel

There are still the issue of samples dropping.

Tto reproduce it:
- Open Audacity and set it up to be using Jack.
- Click Generate -> Tone -> Ok.

"Normally" you should hear very regular pops...

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