I’m trying to use a Roland UA-30 as an output device for Ultramixer on my MacBook Pro running MacOS 10.5.8. The Mac recognises it OK, and will use it if I sent the system output to do so. However, Ultramixer doesn’t.
Part of the problem, I think, is that the devices is identified as “UA-30 (44100Hz, Analog REC)” or “UA-30 (44100Hz, Digital REC)” depending on how its input selector is set. The comma in the name seems to mess up Ultramixer - it shows 6 devices in its output selector, e.g.:
It appears that the comma fools Ultramixer, or at least the parser that generates the output pulldown.
Even if I select one of these, nothing comes out of the UA-30 except system sounds. This might be because Ultramixer is trying to talk to a device called “UA-30 (44100Hz” or " Analog REC)", which of course does not exist. Instead, all the Ultramixer output comes out of the Mac speakers.