Presonus FireStudio Project support/config

  • ScottsBigMouth
Posted: Fri, 04/03/2009 - 17:39
Here in Chicago I'm setting up a virtual radio station setup using Studio64 / IDJC / JACK / Rivendell (TBD) and I was wondering if anyone has had any luck getting the Presonus FireStudio Project digital mixer box to work in 64Studio yet? Currently I'm using an XP Professional build on a Dell C600 Latitude laptop as a mixer host, and that's all well and good, but its not really operating "transparently" with the 64Studio build I have on the encoding machine (Sony VAIO VGN-S580). It would be great if anyone has had success integrating the FireStudio Project into the mix, as it really is an incredible hardware option for creating this platorm. FYI, if anyone wants to get involved in helping produce the are the requirements... 1) ( is the home web site for the show, is the community media project that will put up the new multimedia station and broadcast (online, mobile, terrestrial, cable) here in Chicago. 2) The show format is "Progressive Talk" and will air live M-F 2-4 CST (U.S. time), will include live callers and guests, news and commentary, and a lot of fun interactivity with the Twitter/FriendFeed/Facebook world. 3) We're open to all developers who are interested in participating, or technical pros who want to help with the vision of the "Virtual Media Station" either as real-time engineers, call screeners, producers, or correspondents/reporters. As well, there are slots available for new hosts, shows, and content that will be hosted and aired on the new station. Check out the group sites for more info, and by all means email me if you can help with any of these issues. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you! -- Scott Foval Email/IM 1-847-380-9028 / fovalgroup Office/Skype 1-312-519-6466 Mobile

Your page makes Firefox crash!

  • Pablo
  • 07/11/07
  • Fri, 04/03/2009 - 22:01
Hi Scotts, I entered your page and firefox crashes after a few seconds. (!!!?) Good luck with you radio station. You can also try asking in the Linux Audio Users mailing lists. There are very knowledgeable and helpful people there. Here too, don't get me wrong. Cheers! Pablo.