Re: Rodecaster Pro USB

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can anyone provide suggestions on how to debug this issue further?



On 13.05.20 12:58, Nils wrote:
> On 13.05.20 11:10, Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user wrote:
>> Nils wrote:
>>> I am trying to get a Rodecaster Pro working, and see it in lsusb, but
>>> can't get it to work with Alsa.
>>> [ 3490.377201] usb 1-7: parse_audio_format_rates_v2v3(): unable to retrieve number of sample rates (clock 1)
>>> This device appears not to be completely class compliant.
>>> Does it work without a separately installed driver in Windows and OS X?
> It works out-of-the-box on a windows 10 machine (both as input and
> output for MS teams, Skype, etc.) on which I have no admin access, so it
> seems to work there without extra drivers.
> claims that it is class compliant on a MAC at least: "Before you can use
> the Rodecaster Pro, you first need to download and install the
> Rodecaster Pro app, as well as the firmware. The Rodecaster Pro is
> considered class-compliant on Mac, which means it doesn’t need
> third-party audio drivers. PC users will need to download ASIO4All
> <> for proper connectivity. Follow the steps below
> to get started."
> On a Macbook Pro (15inch, 2011) with High Sierra 10.13.6 (won't run
> Mojave) using Garageband it shows up as a RODECaster Pro Stereo, and
> works (recording, playback) without a problem. I see two channels
> (theoretically I should see 14 I think?), but it works.
> If there's anything I can to to test / debug, please let me know.
> Thanks
> Nils

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