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Mackie Onyx Blackjack is a 2Γ—2 USB interface with microphone pre-amps. 24 bit, and 48kHz. Support. Working on kernel (see below).


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Steinberg UR 0. No votes. Mackie Onyx Blackjack This interface works on Android devices and probably on Linux. (Around $80 used on.


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Re: mackie onyx blackjack. This device is working with Kernel (in debian wheezy). 1. Check dmesg if the device is registered. You should.


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It is a fabulous 2x2 bit/48kHz USB device, which works out of the box with a recent Linux kernel (since , I think). The Blackjack features two.


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Read Sweetwater customer reviews for Mackie Onyx Blackjack. I have found that USB devices that work on my Mac, will also work on Linux. Devices made for​.


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I have a mackie onyx blackjack and everything works in most Linux distros: no visible controls in alsa, only level adjustment is physical controls.


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I want to use mackie onyx blackbird audio interface on linux. I've got (​somewhere) the last-gen Mackie onyx USB "portable" interface - the "blackjack".


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Has anyone tried running the Focusrite or Presonus software in Wine?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I just ordered a behringer x32 producer. I am from Europe, so the selection of products differs somewhat, but so far I heard only success stories about M-audio products and Linux. Some people have written patches that add mixer functionality but I have not tried them. Some guys say that they have problems running it with some laptops, but in my experience it just works. Somebody has also reported that a Windows VM is able to run the official Scarlett Mixcontrol program and set the controls from Linux. With a Behringer ADA it seems to work perfectly, though not extensively tested yet. A little crappy latency, but its stable at samples with ALSA. On my setup I get reliable performance with sample buffer sizes. I am using external monitoring so I run it with pretty high latency. Wine has no special access to devices. I have had it for two years now and love it. That is exactly the missing piece of functionality as far as I understand also a nice mixer GUI for the interface I guess. Nice, do you use the mackie control emulation at all? Also, what kind of latency performance are you able to get with the USB card? Backing up on the VSL. Very nice and no problems under linux with ardour. Some people seem to have issues with it, and its ALSA-drivers are not rock-stable. I have done a few band recordings using all 8 preamps at 48kHz and samples latency with 0 xruns. Latency was never a problem because I used the hardware monitoring of the x It works without any special drivers - well, at least it does, with the usual caveat that you need to choose your linux kernel carefully because, although it is a standards compliant USB interface, come recent kernel versions seemingly screwed up support for various standards compliant USB interfaces… sigh. Personally I use an old Tascam , too, and, to your questions, I like using it for mobile recording. Can you set hardware monitoring from amixer in Linux on the Scarlett without saving the configuration? It would be great if the software would run on a linux PC so you can use it as a digital mixer and could use the low latency monitoring but so far nobody got that running. I had not the time to test the mackie control in depth. Unusable at and less. Focusrite 18i20 would have been perfect, but I give up on them after having to send two back with noisy input channels brand new straight out out of the box. Below there will be xruns. I worked several times in the past with the big brother of that console. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hello from yet another Ardour convert. Thanks ahead of time for your responses. I am really curious about the X32 consoles as well. I still have to choose between the Audiobox VSL and the Scarlett, and the ability to set the monitoring from amixer like in my RME Raydat would be very useful for me. It relies on the same device drivers as all software running under Linux. I really hope that the Scarlett mixer patch would get merged into upstream Alsa! When I own the console I will give a feedback about this. I use it for recording vocals, acoustic and electric guitar sometimes simultaneously. Works flawlessly. I never got my equally old Esi ESP to run. Occasionally I use a rme multiface which also works wonderdul apart for me having problem making it sync to an external clock.