On Mon, 2010-03-15 at 09:37 +0100, Adrian Knoth wrote:
Not really. It works fine on Windows with Cubase and I can still
run my DSP 2000 C-Port on Linux if I only need 10 channels.
> > If anyone has any advice to help me get started you can either post it
It came with firmware 1.00 loaded. I did upgrade to 1.02 but I
doubt that it's necessary because I ran it on the 1.00 firmware before I
> * How to trigger special functions, i.e. a builtin mixer?
Not too concerned about that.
> * Which streaming format is used?
Now that is a good question ;-)
Yeah, what a PITA. It's like they all think they've come up with
something magical and they don't want anyone else to know.
> So prepare for a lot of sniffing. (capture the packets your windows
It didn't work well under VirtualBox. It only worked sporadically.
> Don't know if wine can load drivers, if so, you might be able to
Actually, there are a couple of USB sniffers for Windows that I'll
> In any case, help from your vendor would be a good thing. Try to contact
I contacted TASCAM support last year and they were no help so I
wrote snail mail to the CEO of TASCAM America. No response yet nor do I
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