[Ardour-Users] Issues with Edirol/Rolan/Cakewalk UA-25 EX recording at 96k

Thomas Vecchione seablaede at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 05:45:33 PDT 2010

Your problem is almost certainly with Jack, not Ardour.

First and foremost, is your interface truly only half duplex(You can
only play back or record, not both at the same time)?

Secondly, what does Jack say when you start it with your interface?
Does it start up at all?


On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 3:23 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz
<csanchezgs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all dear mates.
> Some weeks ago I bought a UA-25 EX audio interface. Really good piece of
> hardware and great quality.
> I started a report to check how well it works under Linux (Musix) with jack,
> Ardour etc... to make a tour around its capabilities and a howto for the
> Musix wiki.
> Everything was fine except I couldn't record at 96k. I checked the correct
> position of the switch on the back, 96R. You can play at 96k (switch on 96P
> position) .
> I know (most probably) it's a jack issue because I checked I could record
> with arecord.
> I used this versions:
>  * jackd 0.116.2
>  * Ardour 2.8.4, rev.6077
> So now, before wasting your precious time, I want to dig in this to help all
> that I can in the project. Before this mail, I searched Ardour bugtracker
> and list, and also did some investigation on the net, but nothing about this
> issue.
> Then:
> * Did I miss some fixed bug? Then I should do a better search next time, and
> this time go for that bug.
> * If it ain't so, Is there already any existing bug? If there isn't any I'lI
> proceed to create a new one in bugtracker with all the appropriate extended
> and additional info, as it should be done.
> I just wanted to make sure before, and don't mess the bugtracker.
> Thanks in advance.
> --
> Carlos "sanchiavedraz"
> * Musix GNU+Linux
>   http://www.musix.es
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