Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Anyone heard rumors about ProTools??
From: Jesse Chappell (jesse_AT_essej.net)
Date: Tue Jun 25 2002 - 23:06:18 EEST
You should be able to use Ardour without any problems with a 1370 (I use
a 1371)... that card is supported by ALSA, which is all you need to run
jack/ardour. Quality issues aside with cheap 2ch i/o sound cards, you
can easily lay down 1 or 2 tracks at a time and build up a recording for
editing fun in ardour.
The ens1370/1 cards actually have excellent full-duplex low latency
> I'm really interested to find a list of soundcards that work with
> Ardour. Looking at Ardour's feature set it actually has more possibilities
> than Protools. I would download Protools Free if they port to linux, just
> to play around, but really I do like to see the source as I'm teaching
> myself C/C++ and I really need to see good examples of coding.
> To me Ardour is one of the most compelling apps for linux, but because I
> just have a lowly Ensoniq ES1370 and can't use Ardour with my current
> setup. I don't have a digital mixer, so using the RME Hammerfall would be
> expensive cause I'd have to get the card and ADATS/Digital Mixer. Are
> there any less expensive hardware solutions that work well with Ardour?
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