Topic: Output channels of Babyface in Class Compliant Mode (Linux OpenSuse)
I must admit that I'm new to linux audio, so this question might seem rather naive to you. But here is my problem and I'm hoping you could help me with this:
I'm running the following test scenario:
The Babface is connected to a PC (PC1) which is running Linux OpenSuse. The Babyface is running in Class Compliant mode.
The ADAT output of the Babyface is connected to an RME Digiface which is connected to another PC (PC2).
I'm trying to play a 4-channel wav file (on PC1) via the playback device of the Babyface and I can only see two channels of the actual 4-channel signal (arriving at PC2)
So, how many output channels of the babyface can I use when it is connected to a Linux system. Can I only use 2 when using Linux ?
I hope my problem became clear. What I described above is just a test scenario (ideally, I would use the Babface in a slightly different scenario where I want to get some microphone signals out of a robot using the robot's usb device). Buf if it doesn't work in this test scenario, it makes no sense for me to try this on the robot.
If you need some clarification, please say so. I'm really hoping you can help me with this! Thank you in advance.