[LAU] Yamaha THR10 amp / USB2.0 audio interface (Clemens?)

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Date: Monday, October 8, 2012 - 4:14 pm

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I have one of these new amps from Yamaha and they have a usb component whic=
h enables one to hook it to a computer and record into a DAW. It uses a Yam=
aha Steinberg usb driver to work on windows and mac. Its a usb 2.0 interfac=
e and its not class compliant from what i've read. Any ideas how to make a =
linux system see it as a soundcard? I would love to be able to use this thi=
ng ardour etc. Many thanks in advance.=0A
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I have one of th=
ese new amps from Yamaha and they have a usb component which enables one to=
hook it to a computer and record into a DAW. It uses a Yamaha Steinberg us=
b driver to work on windows and mac. Its a usb 2.0 interface and its not cl=
ass compliant from what i've read. Any ideas how to make a linux system see=
it as a soundcard? I would love to be able to use this thing ardour etc. M=
any thanks in advance.
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