Would either of those Belkin cards linked above make everything work? Let me know if I can help in any way. WolfSinger Created on August 29, Texas Instruments seems to make the best firewire cards, but when Microsoft changed their FW driver back around , all bets were off. Specifically, I have to open the Mackie control panel, change the buffer size, close that window, reopen it, change buffer size back to where I wanted it, then sometimes go back to my DAW and start playback before the sound turns. Accessories Mixer covers to keep out the nasty stuff and rackmount kits in case you want to get all fancy.
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Additional information on my system and attempts at getting it to work with JACK – including different JACK settings and trying both “firewire” driver and “freebob” driver – can be found in the following discussion thread over at Ubuntu Forums: So you know what you’ll have to do. VictorKolesnichenko Replied on June 6, From the incredibly good-looking and rugged steel chassis, to the sealed potentiometers, Onyx-i mixers are built with only the best components available to survive years of abuse.
Windows and Mackie Onyx mixers, weird driver fail fiasco
How satisfied are you with this reply? You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. The only solution I have found that mackle works is to disable my wireless adapter by right clicking the wireless icon and selecting “Open Network and Sharing Center”.
With ab/c setup my Mackie audio interface sort of works but only in RUGGED “Built-Like-A-Tank” From the incredibly good-looking and rugged steel chassis, to the sealed potentiometers, Onyx-i mixers are built with only the best components available to survive years of abuse.
Onyx Driver Compatibility
I am returning it as it is not currently supported. My audio periodically cuts out, firewie I have to jump through hoops to restart it. My take is that the PC audio industry is moving away from firewire and pretty much hanging their hats on USB for now, although some are trying to integrate Apples Thunderbolt technology. Checking if these Belkin FireWire cards work A VT ongx host controller should work, but there are no guarantees.
JohnLauterjung Replied on November 20, To clarify which onyx firewire mixer by mackie is supported by ffado, mackie have a new onyx range, called onyxi. This site in other languages x.
Onyx Driver Compatibility | Mackie
Some info that might help I would lean toward it being a Windows issue. From reading the support list, I presume that the previously released onyx, not the onyxi is the mixer supported.
I have the latest drivers for the motherboard installed.
I know this is sort of an old auxio, but thought I would share my experience and sympathy with all the Windows 7 users having problems with firewire devices. And now I’m at the inevitable “Cannot open Install. I’m strictly an audio guy. It still doesn’t work I tried all the published fixes to no avail.
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fiirewire Skip to main content. So where’s the problem Accessories Mixer covers to keep out the nasty stuff and rackmount kits in case you want to get all fancy. I assume that it’s based on same interface and the drivers might have a good chance of working with few if any tweaks.
I waste a small but annoying amount of time each session with this, when I should be able to turn everything on and go. Permalink Submitted by mathieu. Did this solve your problem? It seemed that Mackie was initially having trouble getting multiple cards to run together, so that aspect may be worth looking into.