View and Download Akai EIE Pro manual online. EIE Pro Recording Equipment pdf manual download. Akai’s latest audio interface boasts a formidable feature set and an emphasis on The EIE Pro’s rear panel features four audio outputs and four audio inserts on No instructions are required to get up and running, in my opinion, since the. The Akai EIE Pro is a four-channel audio interface for the home studio I’d definitely recommend reading the manual before firing this baby up.
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LinuxMusicians eiw music freely Skip to content. Talk about your MIDI interfaces, microphones, keyboards I have this Akai interface that I picked up awhile back, at a very reasonable price. Haven’t tried it out, yet. But now that I’m spending more time in Linux Fedora 23I’m wanting to try it out for the first time in this operating system. Here is a link to the only information that I’ve found.
And, really don’t know how to implement it: I’m a novice in Linux. Have a good one. You might want to use amsynth in your tests, as it is available in most linux package managers as standalone, linux-vst, and lv2 and dssi plugin formats. The link you provided is an experimental driver, but it states on the site that it is not ready for use.
The last commit was over a year ago, so odds are the project has been abandoned. It’s a shame Akai didn’t use class compliant drivers for the Pro model silver. They did for the regular EIE red. If you come across a means to make it work, report back and let us know what mwnual did. Welcome to the forum!
I don’t think the device you have proo compatible with Linux. You might also try the IEI with the Bitwig demo, as it uses basic java scripts to define midi controllers, and there are several akai models scripted, and known to work.
This means downloading the debian bitwig, and using the alien command to convert it to rpm. I have done his on a few versions, seemed to work OK. A basic tutorial on how to do this is available here: The other poster seems to think you have a MIDI controller versus an audio interface.
If that was the case, maybe it would be good advice, but before investing a lot of time trying to install the demo version of a very expensive program, I would amnual things out with a fully featured free program such as Qtractor. Free software is great, but it is not expected that authors producing it support complex audio-midi interfaces. Bitwig is cross-platform, and is not difficult to install: There is also a lite version, Bitwig 8-Track. Even the pro version is a steal, if you value your personal man-hours.
I like Qtractor, and use it to good result. But I have a simple and well supported audio-midi interface. If you don’t kaai, you might consider selling or trading the interface.
Excellent sound quality, and durable. If you have a desktop, the mAudio Delta series pci soundcards are also nearly bulletproof. Many people use various Focus-Rite interfaces.
Ele of fun shorthand in your future. Power will come with knowledge! Fedora 22 Workstation 64bit is installed.
As this machine will start out as a means to record vintage tube amplifiers, I have one of my nicer model tube amps on the bench. It’s a Flot-A-Tone Model I haven’t checked the potentiometer or speaker codes, so I haven’t dated it yet.
It eeie to be late 50’s to early 60’s, and is in practically new condition. Anyway, it’s to be the test amp for the first time out with the EIE. However, an oversight on my part, I neglected to get a female XLR to male phone cable.
My cable is 3-pin XLR on both ends male to female. So, adapters are on the way. I purchased a short 1. So, testing with the mic will have to wait until next week. EIE Multichannel was one of my selections for my sound output, and the only choice for sound input.
No speakers of any kind attached, yet. Will do so next week. Initiated a Start, and it did so. That does remain to be seen. Such a mini-booth might be a good way to maximise your new gear. I’ll go back and pick that thread apart.
AKAI Professional – EIE
Had not considered an isolation box. I may have to resort to padding a closet, as I have too many amps of varied sizes. Prp are rather large. But, now I’m on a parallel track with this. I’ll post my progress on both, now. As I haven’t found a schematic only the quick-start manualI don’t know how these connections are configured.
But, what type of XLR connector would fit this jack? It appears t be some type of bayonet connector.
Also, on the back are 4 ‘inserts’. Is this a TRS that acts like an effects loop send and return?
If so, how are they used? Thanks for any information. Talking to a friend who does all his studio work in a Windows environment, he grinned at me when I posed the question s to him. He simply stated ‘plug your male XLR connector into the jack’. At first, I didn’t think that he was talking about my input jack. Then, it came to me.
I was trying to make this jack something that it wasn’t. He reminded me that the key word was combo. So, I’m off to the shop, just as soon as I get home this afternoon. Hopefully, I’ll try out some simple recordings, to prove everything works.
Then, maybe tomorrow, do a bit more. Sometimes the obvious is not so obvious to me. Who is online Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest.