I haven't tried, yet.elmquist wrote: Were you able to get audio from all eight input channels at once on Linux?
This would the job of KMI, which according the post above they are not ready to take although the device is really cool with its compact multi-functionality.elmquist wrote:
Let me guess that the best advice moving forward would be make a K-Mix unit available for the Linux developer working on kernel support.
Could you be more specific which places/files I would need to look at?elmquist wrote:
Also, maybe take a closer look at JACK to see if there are configuration files requiring a closer look.
Unfortunately, no further devices in my placeelmquist wrote:
One thing I would do if I had the knowledge and required device access would be to check how another Audio/MIDI device such as a RME audio interface communicates on the USB bus and check if K-Mix behaves differently in any way that could affect compatibility. Chances are that KMI have already done so. But its always good to check and recheck in case of problems.
Solved through booting into the Windows OS and adjusting pre/post settings in USB tab.mendomusic wrote: 1) When in interface mode, only channel 1-4 were converting signals from the computer to audio, channels 5-8 remained silent
I succeeded to route MIDI to Ardour using Jack connection manager.mendomusic wrote: 2) receipt of MIDI signals was possible with the ALSA midi but not with the JACK-based MIDI routing (Jack midi works with all my other devices)
Would you support a community based effort to port or build a editor on Linux?TheOtherSupport@KMI wrote:Although there are a few vocal supporters of Linux, there isn't enough demand for us to dedicate resources (both immediately and moving forward) to complete Linux support.
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