[ardour-users] Delta 1010 .asoundrc

hanaghan at starband.net hanaghan at starband.net
Fri Mar 4 10:15:30 PST 2005

> On Fri, 4 Mar 2005 12:25:30 -0500, ross at lug.udel.edu <ross at lug.udel.edu>
> wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 10:34:17AM -0800, Kevin Cosgrove wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > Does anyone have a pointer to an .asoundrc file which enables a
>> Delta 1010 to work optimally with ardour?  I've had a look here
>> What do you mean "optimal"?  You should be able to load jack and
>> ardour and have all the channels accessible at the indicated sampling
>> rate.
> In fact a .asoundrc file is not required at all. IMHO .asoudrc files
> probably get in the way of Ardour working correctly unless you really
> know what you're doing in there. (Which I don't...)

U are correct in that things will work without the .asoundrc  but it's my
understanding that if you just use the "default" for alsa, you lose some
performance.(?) I don't recall exactly, but in using the GUI's (Qjackctl
and jackconnect or whatever it was) that I could not get the ports to show
untill I utilized the ICE1712 .asoundrc for a "hoontech" card that is
posted in the Alsa site, and set the port numbers to "0" in Qjackctl. Then
I got the 10/12 I/O's. Jan Depner pointed me there when I asked all the
same questions after buying my Delta 1010LT.
>> I have a different Delta model, but the only thing in my
>> .asoundrc is stuff for OSS emulation.
> Can you share that Ross? I've wondered a number of times how to
> improve my system in this area. I run an RME HDSP 9652. It's locked down
> all day long by running Jack at 44.1K. However, I run across
> video on the web that has audio embedded at 32K. (Weird old WMV
> files.) I'd like to have OSS emulation take care of resampling that sort
> of material on the fly if possible.
> I could dedicate two PCM_playback inputs to OSS emulation permanently if
> there's a way to do this but so far I haven't discovered the
> process.
> Thanks,
> Mark
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