M-Audio Delta 1010 Setup

  • mk
Posted: Mon, 02/04/2008 - 20:44
Hello, I just left the command-line, after I finaly found out how to install the Nvidia driver for my 8600 GT Card (http://www.64studio.com/node/385#comment-1302 - Thanx ;) - But now 64Studio doesn't recognise my M-Audio Delta 1010 PCI Audiocard. I had this card runing in an other 64studio-system before, where it was recognised by the system installation process. I'm not a pro but I think the card is seen by the system, because lspci shows me the chip on this card ( Am I right?): 05:08.0 Multimedia audio controller: VIA Technologies Inc. ICE1712 [Envy24] PCI Multi-Channel I/O Controller (rev 02) But the drivers are missing? How do I install them? Can anybody give me some help ??? Thanx matthias

two delta 1010's synced together (alsa-base problem)

  • noel
  • 07/04/07
  • Tue, 03/18/2008 - 03:02
Greetings folks. Firstly, both 1010's are recognised by qjackctl as hw:1 and hw:2. I have coppied the file supplied by John Rigg at sound-man.co.uk into /home/noel/.asoundrc # # 16 channel device # pcm.capture16 { type multi slaves.a.pcm hw:0 slaves.a.channels 12 slaves.b.pcm hw:1 slaves.b.channels 12 # First 8 channels of first soundcard (capture) bindings.0.slave a bindings.0.channel 0 bindings.1.slave a bindings.1.channel 1 bindings.2.slave a bindings.2.channel 2 bindings.3.slave a bindings.3.channel 3 bindings.4.slave a bindings.4.channel 4 bindings.5.slave a bindings.5.channel 5 bindings.6.slave a bindings.6.channel 6 bindings.7.slave a bindings.7.channel 7 # First 8 channels of second soundcard (capture) bindings.8.slave b bindings.8.channel 0 bindings.9.slave b bindings.9.channel 1 bindings.10.slave b bindings.10.channel 2 bindings.11.slave b bindings.11.channel 3 bindings.12.slave b bindings.12.channel 4 bindings.13.slave b bindings.13.channel 5 bindings.14.slave b bindings.14.channel 6 bindings.15.slave b bindings.15.channel 7 # S/PDIF section. Uncomment bindings as required. # S/PDIF first soundcard (capture) #bindings.16.slave a #bindings.16.channel 8 #bindings.17.slave a #bindings.17.channel 9 # S/PDIF second soundcard (capture) #bindings.18.slave b #bindings.18.channel 8 #bindings.19.slave b #bindings.19.channel 9 } ctl.capture16 { type hw card 0 } pcm.playback16 { type multi slaves.a.pcm hw:0 slaves.a.channels 10 slaves.b.pcm hw:1 slaves.b.channels 10 # First 8 channels of first soundcard (playback) bindings.0.slave a bindings.0.channel 0 bindings.1.slave a bindings.1.channel 1 bindings.2.slave a bindings.2.channel 2 bindings.3.slave a bindings.3.channel 3 bindings.4.slave a bindings.4.channel 4 bindings.5.slave a bindings.5.channel 5 bindings.6.slave a bindings.6.channel 6 bindings.7.slave a bindings.7.channel 7 # First 8 channels of second soundcard (playback) bindings.8.slave b bindings.8.channel 0 bindings.9.slave b bindings.9.channel 1 bindings.10.slave b bindings.10.channel 2 bindings.11.slave b bindings.11.channel 3 bindings.12.slave b bindings.12.channel 4 bindings.13.slave b bindings.13.channel 5 bindings.14.slave b bindings.14.channel 6 bindings.15.slave b bindings.15.channel 7 # S/PDIF section. Uncomment bindings as required. # S/PDIF first soundcard (playback) #bindings.16.slave a #bindings.16.channel 8 #bindings.17.slave a #bindings.17.channel 9 # S/PDIF second soundcard (playback) #bindings.18.slave b #bindings.18.channel 8 #bindings.19.slave b #bindings.19.channel 9 } ctl.playback16 { type hw card 0 } I am unsure of what to enter into the /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base file. noel@64studio:~$ cat /proc/asound/cards 0 [NVidia ]: HDA-Intel - HDA NVidia HDA NVidia at 0xfe024000 irq 22 1 [M1010 ]: ICE1712 - M Audio Delta 1010 M Audio Delta 1010 at 0x9c00, irq 16 2 [M1010_1 ]: ICE1712 - M Audio Delta 1010 M Audio Delta 1010 at 0x8c00, irq 17 Regards,Noel.

Jack

  • Quentin Harley
  • 05/24/07
  • Mon, 02/04/2008 - 21:39
If you open qJackctl, and click on set-up, and then on the little right arrow next to "Interface", you should see a list of the devices connected to Alsa. If your card is there, no problem. Then you probable only have to define your device order to get your card going. The on-board audio typically hogs first spot because it is first seen. See the FAQ point 10 about that. Hope it helps,