AMDTP

Complies to IEC61883-6 and the "Audio and Music Data Transfer Protocol" specification

FireStudio LightPipe

Manufacturer: 
Presonus
Support Status: 
unknown
Platform: 

Onyx Mixer FireWire Option

Manufacturer: 
Mackie
Support Status: 
perfect

AudioFire 12

Manufacturer: 
ECHO

As of August 2012, the Audiofire 12 will only work with FFADO if firmware 4.8 or earlier is installed in the device. Please refer to ticket #360 for more details and for news about progress in fixing this.

28 Oct 2013: Takashi Sakamoto has pointed out that firmware versions 5.5 and later no longer support 192 kHz sample rate. This is a hardware limitation and is not related to FFADO. It is not currently known why this rate is no longer supported. To continue to use 192 kHz sample rate, stick with firmware version 4.8.

Support Status: 
perfect

AudioFire 8

Manufacturer: 
ECHO

As of August 2012, the Audiofire 8 will only work with FFADO if firmware 4.8 or earlier is installed in the device. Please refer to ticket #360 for more details and for news about progress in fixing this.

28 Oct 2013: Takashi Sakamoto has pointed out that firmware versions 5.5 and later no longer support 192 kHz sample rate. This is a hardware limitation and is not related to FFADO. It is not currently known why this rate is no longer supported. To continue to use 192 kHz sample rate, stick with firmware version 4.8.

Support Status: 
perfect

AudioFire 4

Manufacturer: 
ECHO
Support Status: 
perfect

AudioFire 2

Manufacturer: 
ECHO
Support Status: 
perfect

Multimix 16 FireWire

Manufacturer: 
Alesis

[April 23, 2007]

The Alesis people informed me that currently all their resources are devoted to getting their devices running on Windows/Mac, and that they are currently not able to free up resources for us. They will contact us when they are ready to support us.

If you are interested in getting an Alesis device and using it on Linux, please query the Alesis sales support to see what the status on this is. (Such that at least they know that interested people exist)

[December 09, 2009]
Adi reports this device is working.

Support Status: 
good
Platform: 

Multimix 12 FireWire

Manufacturer: 
Alesis

[April 23, 2007]

The Alesis people informed me that currently all their resources are devoted to getting their devices running on Windows/Mac, and that they are currently not able to free up resources for us. They will contact us when they are ready to support us.

If you are interested in getting an Alesis device and using it on Linux, please query the Alesis sales support to see what the status on this is. (Such that at least they know that interested people exist)

[July 27, 2013]

Support Status: 
good
Platform: 

Multimix 8 FireWire

Manufacturer: 
Alesis

[April 23, 2007]

The Alesis people informed me that currently all their resources are devoted to getting their devices running on Windows/Mac, and that they are currently not able to free up resources for us. They will contact us when they are ready to support us.

If you are interested in getting an Alesis device and using it on Linux, please query the Alesis sales support to see what the status on this is. (Such that at least they know that interested people exist)

Support Status: 
unsupported
Platform: 

MasterControl

Manufacturer: 
Alesis

[April 23, 2007]

The Alesis people informed me that currently all their resources are devoted to getting their devices running on Windows/Mac, and that they are currently not able to free up resources for us. They will contact us when they are ready to support us.

If you are interested in getting an Alesis device and using it on Linux, please query the Alesis sales support to see what the status on this is. (Such that at least they know that interested people exist)

Support Status: 
unsupported
Platform: