Based on what I have found, the Audiofire 12 should work at least as well as the Audiofire 8. Anyway, it looks like I can perform audio mixing capabilities with ardour so that may not be a problem. Generally low latency works well though. Perhaps it has adversely affected the scheduling on your system, with xruns under ffado the observed result. I use a Layla 3G on my Linux system.

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However, this setting is not saved on boot, so I have to manually turn down every channel every time I turn on the machine. Other AF12 users may be able to comment on this further. In particular, we know that the proprietary binary drivers from Nvidia can cause very strange effects not oinux what you’re seeing.

AudioFire 12

I don’t know what drives Ubuntu ships, but it’s not unheard of for video audiofure to adversely affect ffado. There may be a way to script this.

As regards latency – this is more a feature of the Firewire isochronous protocol and what your whole hardware stack is capable of. Not a huge deal, but if it cant and its eecho likely it ever will, I might look at the audiofire4 instead. LinuxMusicians creating music freely Skip to content. The only problem is the mixer settings aren’t stored and aren’t remembered after a power cycle. This is completely outside of the scope of JACK, as when no port connections are made with JACK, a microphone connected to port 1 will always be routed to the output port 1.


Audiofirre had good experience with dreamstudio which is an audio-centric ubuntu version or AVLinux debian-based. Hi, Just come across this.


I believe that the audiofire driver queries the interface for the names of its ports. I have a few general pieces of feedback for you though.

Ubuntu and Ubuntu Studio I was then at My main hesitation is it does not look like there have been a lot of success stories around the internet using this interface and I am hoping that somebody here might have some insight regarding this interface, or possibly have a recommendation for something similar that works well in Linux.

Both of these have the latest ffado version plus many linux audio applications, real-time kernel, so that you can be immediate productive, rather than spending time in compilation and configuration. The trouble is that high end multi converters cost a fortune. Having said that I must admit that I suspect the new stack is at least part of your problem here.

It’s for a different device but I imagine it could be generalised. If you download some of it, it will be auidofire the form of a WinXP program, so you’ll have to boot XP to run it. I do have firmware version 4.


Echo Audiofire 12 compatibility? – LinuxMusicians

Is there any chance you might know something about one more linkx. Perhaps the older Ubuntu didn’t install the proprietary driver on your hardware, or maybe it shipped a different driver altogether. I’ve tried using the svn trunk version of ffado as well with the same result. Drumfix and 0 guests.

Hopefully the above is useful. Since upgrading, no matter what jack period settings, xruns are appearing about once a minute when idle! I have just noticed that another user has written a script to do the kind of initialisation I was talking about. You must unplug it, then plug it back in while the user is audio logged on. I notice a vast difference especially when recording things with particularly rich sound like analog synths. Thanks for the reply.

Please refer to ticket for more details and for news about progress in fixing this. The first issue – that of the number at the start of the name – is indeed related to the serial number of the interface. Do you have any success?