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2012/4/12 Gerald Mwangi
a very good reason to support Focusrite i would say ! (that's what i did)
> It's not that much work to disclose some information. And you'll have
> Afterall, your a hardware vendor, not a software vendor.
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2012/4/12 Gerald Mwangi <firstname.lastname@example.org><=
Hi guys, I sent the following mail to TASCAM (to the pre-sales information)=
. Hope to move something in their thinking.
I'm deciding whether to buy the US-1800. Since I run Linux (Ubuntu) wit=
h jack and ardour (www.=
ardour.org ), I need to know if the device is USB 2.0 audio class compl=
iant or if there are plans for a dedicated driver. Or at least plans to pub=
lish sufficient information to the linux audio developers (linuxaudio.org). If nothing is plan=
ned in that direction, I will switch to the Firewire solutions from Focusri=
te, since Focusrite actively supports the linux audio developers!
a very good reason to support Focusrite i =
would say ! =A0(that's what i did)=A0
It's not that much work to disclose some information. And you'=
;ll have some 500+ linux musicians BUYING YOUR PRODUCTS! -1=A0
Afterall, your a hardware vendor, not a software vendor.
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