[ardour-users] Survey - what sound card/interface are you using with Ardour?
c.boggs at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 11:22:49 PST 2006
My mistake, I guess I assumed RME put them out because I'd read in multiple
places that RME was a good choice for linux recording due to driver
I've also noticed no one has mentioned a MOTU card, is that because they
still refuse to release any data so drivers can be made?
On 1/1/06, Zachris Trolin <zach-tro at dsv.su.se> wrote:
> lör 2005-12-31 klockan 12:29 -0600 skrev Christopher:
> > Of course, I'd like the most bang for my buck, but currently I really
> > only need maybe 4 or 8 channels of A/D conversion. But my biggest
> > concern is driver support. I know RME has a good record of putting
> > out linux drivers, but are there any other companies that do the same,
> > even for more sophisticated cards?
> RME is not a linux friendly company as I gather it(not directly hostile
> either). I don't think they made any drivers for linux, Paul and others
> made them. Recent hardware from RME using Firewire is not and will never
> be supported unless they change their policy and *allow* some third
> party developer make a driver for linux. (se freebob projects comments
> about this).
> However the cards that are supported are very nice, some day I'll buy
> Now Im using a Delta 1010LT.
> > So, I guess one of my questions is, would it be better to have an
> > external converter and use an interface card, or a dedicated card that
> > does the A/D conversion?
> > Any help is greatly appreciated...
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