[ardour-users] A decent sound card for Ardour

Brett Clark Brett at ciscoinc.com
Tue Jan 2 12:21:50 PST 2007

I use a Delta 1010, its the same as the 1010LT except for the breakout
box that puts the AD/DA converters away from the computer.  This card
has always worked flawlessly for me on Linux.  It was originally on a Win2k
machine, but i decided to switch to Ardour one day and it worked right off
the bat.  Im running Fedora Core 3.  
I didnt have to do any configuration with JACK at all.  It was as seemless
as could be.
As a side note, you will also want then Envy24control to access the 1010's
onboard mixer.
Hope this helps...


From: ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org on behalf of John Emmas
Sent: Tue 1/2/2007 1:20 PM
To: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
Subject: Re: [ardour-users] A decent sound card for Ardour

After much deliberation, I'm thinking about buying this sound card to
install in my PC (running Windows & Linux):-


It seems to have Linux/Unix drivers available so I suppose it should work.
However, being a novice with Linux, I'm not too sure....  I've found that
some hardware cards seem to need different drivers for different Linux
distros.  Is there any reason to think it might not work with Ardour &

Also, do I need to factor JACK into the equation?  The card seems to be
ASIO-2 compatible so does that mean it should work with JACK or are
there other things I need to consider?


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