M-AUDIO DELTA 1010LT

  • madforthenet
Posted: Sat, 04/04/2009 - 16:04
Hi guys Is there someone can conrft me that this card works on LInux & on 64 Studio ? I see some meber have it such as Pablo . I'm very worry , because I'have just buy that card used on web at very conv, but I don't know when it was made, mean the year. and I have read that M-AUDIO modified some audio card after 2007 for RHOS compliant ,almost in Europe, and on web I have read that the card making after 2007 don't work on Linux. On M-AUDIO web site in driver section you can read that M-AUDIO for LInux use 3d part driver and link to osssound. but someone tell me OSS have problems in use with some program with multichannel or multitrack, or use with many programs active simultaneusly such ardour-hydrogen-vsti instrument , etc : is this right ? Can you tell me something about this ? In particular who has this card -Do you know year of making ? - how does install it ? with alsa or oss -what version of driver have you installed and from repo of.....? - How have you install driver ? -how he has setting variuos programs and player ? Excuse me for multiple question but I'm not know well this world Any info you have about pease tell me , sure this help me. Thank in advance bye Guido

Hi. I don't know if I'm a

  • angelsguitar
  • 12/22/07
  • Fri, 06/26/2009 - 01:54
Hi. I don't know if I'm a little late for this conversation, but I actually have a Delta 1010LT too. Usually, when I install a Linux distro on the computer that I have the Delta 1010LT, the audio levels are low, and I don't personally like to use the default gnome audio tool to handle the numerous and confusing sliders that the Delta 1010LT has. For that matter, I usually install the package alsa-tools-gui, which includes the envy24control. I use that to set all the levels in my card; its interface is very similar to the one offered by M-Audio for Windows, and I find it a lot easier to handle. I hope this helps.

More questions

  • Pablo
  • 07/11/07
  • Tue, 06/02/2009 - 22:02
Hi Randy, ¿What's the output of "cat /proc/asound/modules"? When you say "for playback" do you mean "even when I am not running jack?" Running jack makes a great difference in how your audio system works. In addition, in Jack Control (qjackctl) you can choose the interface. However, if jack is not running, ALSA will take the "default card" which normally will be the hw:0. A problem remains though: If you do nothing, you can't anticipate which of the two will be hw:0 because that can change whenever you restart ALSA (or the computer). Again, the order of your soundcards as seen by ALSA is not always the same. So you have to give them consistent numbers, by editing an ALSA system file, as per FAQ. (but in your case the module is the same?, please give the modules) Before that, try this trick: do a "sudo alsa force-reload", then the soundcards will interchange their numbers (I think so). Which was the hw:0 will be the hw:1 and viceversa. So you can try this trick and check again with a "cat /proc/sound/cards" if hw:0 is the 2496 and see if it works for playback without jack. Cheers! Pablo.

Can you launch jackd with

  • ttoine
  • 11/15/07
  • Mon, 06/01/2009 - 21:22
Can you launch jackd with the 9624 ?

yes i can launch jacked

  • sixstring
  • 05/31/09
  • Tue, 06/02/2009 - 12:05
yes i can launch jacked

audiophile 2496 and delta 1010

  • sixstring
  • 05/31/09
  • Sun, 05/31/2009 - 22:16
I have an M-audio audiophile 2496 and a delta 1010 they both show up but I can not get any sound of of my 2496 which is what I use for playback. Any sugestions? Here is what shows when I run command to show cards 0 [M1010 ]: ICE1712 - M Audio Delta 1010 M Audio Delta 1010 at 0xac00, irq 16 1 [M2496 ]: ICE1712 - M Audio Audiophile 24/96 M Audio Audiophile 24/96 at 0x9c00, irq 17 Thanks in advance Randy

Done !!!

  • madforthenet
  • 03/10/09
  • Sun, 04/19/2009 - 18:24
Hi Pablo. I had some problems in past days now all solved.. I have installed new video card and installed finally m-audio delta 1010LT and it woks. I'm a newbie in LInux audio then I make only some trials to verify if it works and make only basic settings, play and record only through analog input and output (line & micro ) not midi and spdif . At the moment it's all OK. thanks see you later bye Guido

Hi Guido, What about your

  • Pablo
  • 07/11/07
  • Sat, 04/18/2009 - 13:52
Hi Guido, What about your M-audio card? Have you got it up and running? I' ve been travelling with no internet connection for some days. Cheers! Pablo.

I hope work well too

  • madforthenet
  • 03/10/09
  • Sun, 04/05/2009 - 16:02
Hi Pablo and thanks for your info and helpful. I'm on attending delivery of board and I hope work well too in the meanwhile ( it's correct ? ) I'm lookin forinfo to correct install and config. At the moment thans but stay tune surely I need your help next days If you remember suggests post it here I have an idea if installation of my card will be ok could be helpful for other mebers ot forum opening a thread for this card and who has problem or question , ecc.. can post there. Do you think is possible ? Bye Guido

Hi Guido, I think your card

  • Pablo
  • 07/11/07
  • Sun, 04/05/2009 - 15:37
Hi Guido, I don't know about those issues. If all is OK, your card will work out of the box and you won't have to install any driver. So it was with my m-audio1010LT and m-audio 2496. If not, I don't know how to help. Once you have plugged your card and you reboot your system I suggest you: First of all, do a "lspci | grep -i audio" to check that Linux sees your device and that it is correctly identified. Then do a "cat /proc/asound/cards" and a "cat /proc/asound/modules". You'll see your current cards and the modules they use. You need a snd_ICE1712 module for the m-audio. If this is OK, I hope the card will work with no problems as long it is not sharing IRQ number with any other device. Check this with a "cat /proc/interrupts". If needed, change the slot. If you work with more than one card, read the FAQ to give them consistent numbers. You might know this already but It is strongly recommended you disable the onboard card in the BIOS. I had an issue because of onboard card and m-audio card sharing irq numbers... beware of it. Cheers! Pablo