[PlanetCCRMA] [FFADO-user] Fedora 10 + CCRMA + FFADO RC1 = Happiness

Christoph christoph at linuxsoup.com
Mon Feb 9 19:01:32 PST 2009

This is great to hear.  I've been in a holding pattern with my pro26io
but will now give it another try.

To be honest, I was trying to do it all in Linux (midi sequencing &
recording) but that seemed to just get in the way of productive "play"
time.  So for the time being, I added a mpc2500 to my rig to do
sequencing plus a whole lot more (wow is that a fun gizmo).  

I'll definitely revisit f10 + pro26 for multi-track recoding...  Thanks
for the update.


On Sun, 2009-02-01 at 22:34 +0000, Chris Nutt wrote:
> Hello everyone
> I just wanted to drop a word of thanks to those involved in helping me 
> and my band record a 14 track 8 hour session without a single xrun. It's 
> worth pointing out that I used to use Sonar on XP for this and it was 
> fairly stable - but I used to get at least one failure during an 8 hour 
> session. This linux setup is rock solid.
> I used the following kit (for those who have been discussing what kit 
> works well on the ffado lists):
> - Lenovo Thinkpad Z61p (this has a fast disk and TI chipset 1394 
> (firewire) on board)
> - Focusrite Saffire Pro 26IO Firewire Audio Interface (I love the 
> preamps on this unit - and the company are Linux friendly - magic)
> - Presonus Digimax FS
> This set up was very quick to get up and running and gave me no problems 
> at all. Install Fed10 - add CCRMA - add FFADO (from CCRMA repos) Great work!
> Many thanks again
> Chris
> //
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