Woaooo! It seems a MOD-Zynthian Congratulations!
I got input working, I just needed this in the webconf -> Hardware -> Audio -> Config:
The kernel7-hb.img image is the HiFiBerry custom kernel
I will include it ASAP!
For future guitar travellers, I set the input gain setting jumpers to 12 db gain. 32 db distorted for me.
im new to Zynthian…
RPi 3 with Standard Case. It works fine
But: I have buyed the HiFiBerry DAC+ ADC. No Problem with the DAC+ Driver. But i want to use the input and i followed the instructions by @steveb.
I have no luck: To much errors installing the new kernel.
Can somebody help me a little?
Zynthian_20190131_DAC ADC.txt (14.8 KB)
You should be running those commands as root, not as the pi user. You should be able to switch to root by running
sudo su -
i am logged in as root.
btw: i hate Linux!
anyway: i try it.
root@zynthian:~# sudo su bash <(curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hifiberry/dacadckernel/master/update-kernel)
WRONG! Im an idiot!
Im definitely root. What else i can do?
If you get an error message, please type it as it appears, “WRONG! Im an idiot!” is not a standard error and so isn’t much help to us.
btw: I hate Windows and MacOS, but if I need help from people who understand how to help me with them I tend not to go with it as a conversation opener. It’s an emotive subject though so I understand your hostility.
sudo su -
(you missed the critical hyphen at the end) is only needed to change to the root user, if you’re already root then you don’t need to run it.
Try instead, as root:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hifiberry/dacadckernel/master/update-kernel | bash
If it goes wrong, (it might) try to show the error as completely as you can.
If I remember correctly, I ended up running each line in
update-kernel manually, omitting the sudo prefix in that script because I was already running as root.
What’s the extra knob on the zynth?
Burn the witch!
if i say: >I hate Linux < it means ironic…
I am not an Linux Guru. If errormessages comes up i am at the end of my knowledge.
Last night i try it by hand to install the hifiberry drivers as @steveb suggest it…
I think the driver is working…
… and there is an Audio capture device…
I GOT IT!
I edit the /home/pi/zynthian-webconf/lib/audio_config_handler.py file and insert all the stuff
for the dac+adc card.
audio_config_handler.py (9.9 KB)
It takes 2 hours before i understand that i must write “analogue” instead of “capture”…
But now it works and everything is fine for me.
Sometimes i hate Linux
Thanks for the comments. It helps.
Now that is interesting…
Hand built snapshot or zynth default?
What was doing the rhythm?
and how much encoder tweaking made it in?
this is an fast’n’dirty “Remix” of the 808 Intro of Sexual Healing. Played from my phone directly
into the HiFiBerry input. Routed thru the MDA Delay with rough hand settings.
That’s why I love Linux.
Windows crashes without notice
Indeed it is…
I’m looking at the pedal rig (which is very nice) and I keep seeing more of the control footswitches and them laid out as a piano keyboard . . .
Its a pot to set the output level going to the amp. There will be a foot switch to the left which will be the on/off for the pi, and a foot switch on the right to be a full bypass.
I committed the change.
This is the thread, I try to collect input like this, btw
The new SD image will include the new kernel supporting the Hifiberry DAC+ADC. I hope to release the new SD very soon!! Development is frozen now and the next SD image is my priority now…
in that case remember to change audio_config_handler