I wanted to drop this not for future reference for other people who have the same card. This still needs to be tracked down. Although the Maya44 can do phantom power I’m thinking I may get a simple mixer with mic preamps. Did you miss your activation email? Or ask your administrator to do so
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This driver is being developed on the initiative of Piotr Makowski oponek gmail. Did you miss your activation email? Have fun, Arnold  see www. This is the first testing version of the Maya44 driver released to the alsa-devel mailing list Feb 5, I wanted to drop this not for future reference linjx other people who have the same card.
Although the Maya44 can do phantom power I’m thinking I may get a simple mixer with mic preamps. Turn on terminal and type the following code: I have already search the internet for linux compatibility.
Currently I am testing the Lexicon Omega.
But don’t nail me on that. Is it working in linux? Thanks for the input! I eso found the time to choose and install a linux distro and run extensive tests.
Knowledge Base / FAQ
Anything you can contribute will be appreciated. I’ve found some more links for the wiki, including notes from the kernel docs that suggest that most features are supported.
As always, any thoughts or opinions are appreciated! Last Jump to page: Thank you for advice!
ESI Maya 44 USB Linux Compatibility – Linux – Ardour
AV Linux is here! This still needs wsi be tracked down. Its working flawless under JAD 1. Hallo, Arnold Krille hat gesagt: August 17th, 8.
DrDac has 1 out, used it for my headphones UGM has 2 ins 2 outs. I have already search the internet for linux compatibility.
I follow the tutorial but in the “Configure and make alsa-driver: The time now is