It worked out of the box, no configuration needed. TheAwesomeking Ryan Lenssen When Fedora 13 is released on May 18th assuming that they do not change the schedule again , then you will have a Linux distribution that will work with this hardware without modifying a kernel, unless real time code needs to be added. I think this is fairly trivial to do. I would prefer to support a company that supports Linux, even if their product is a little more than what I need at the moment. Ideally, I would like to support a hardware vendor who supports their Linux drivers, but failing that, I can settle for something that works with Linux.

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I just found the http: I’ll qualify all the above with, “it’s early days yet!

Edirol 24bit 96khz USB Audio and Midi Interface

Read full review Verified purchase: If firewire is a option, then you could consider the Echo AudioFire range. GMaq Info I am a computer programmer and have used Linux almost exclusively for the past years with the exception of a few road trips with my Sony Vaio P with Vista on it.

This driver does not install on windows 10 without some fiddling. I noticed that I can buy the device with the Edirol name on it or a newer bundle with the Cakewalk name on it.


Edirol by Roland Ua-25 24 Bit 96khz Audio Capture

I also found http: I think I like the sound of my NT2 over the AT from my memory of it, and especially the flexibility of the NT2 is in its favor as it is a multi-pattern but, but I have nothing against the AT either for most things. Thats all I would ever need.

I did not think to check portable recorders for USB interface functionality. I wonder if it was just his setup…or his voice http: It is in the Edidol staging tree and Fedora does not provide compiled drivers for it. Latency in Ardour upper right corner says 11ms in normal kernel and I did not had any xruns. I am looking for the following: If you can drop biit one of these units at a reasonable price then recommended.

I am still doing research on mics. Because if that does, that solves all my audio problems period.

This item doesn’t belong on this page. It is not 96kHz, so it is lower on my list. Fedora 13 beta has kernel 2.

There is a slightly improved version of it called the Zoom H4n. If anyone has any experience with those, I would like some feedback. I haven’t tried digital in, but out performed as expected.

Linux USB A-to-D 24bit 96kHz 2 XLR with 48v – Linux – Ardour

The advanced button 16bit – 24bit switch works as long as you re-plug edirool usb cable to get the new configuration. You may also like. If it works with the stock kernel, then maybe it can be one of the USB devices to recommend. I plan on making EQ adjustments in software for different tones as needed. In my experience they work terrific with Linux and laptops at low latency, the only caveat is edigol limit of 24bit 48khz.


Same with the samplerate. You have been helpful already! The device claims 96k sample rate, however this is in a special mode and so far I have found this inconvenient, If fully functional 96k is an absolute necessity, then this device may not be what you want.


It is possible to do this using a patch which is open source, and temporarily allowing unsigned drivers on Win 10 is necessary to allow this. As far as I can see, inputs of the UA are line level only: Is there any place I can donate money to having drivers made so they will? I searched the Internet for other kz to Linux support and I found this: