Subject: [linux-audio-user] Re: Audio hardware for Linux/ALSA/Csound
From: pma (Armstrong.Peter.DMA_AT_aya.yale.edu)
Date: Tue Sep 03 2002 - 00:16:02 EEST
Thanks to this discussion, my perspective on the Delta 66 vs
the DiO2496+Flying Cow appears to be focusing.
I want to be able to write digital Csound output to audio CD
(via an internal burner). Can Delta 66 do whatever format
conversion this process requires? Most specifically, might
I need a separate coaxial/optical converter?
Kevin Conder wrote:
>On Sun, 1 Sep 2002, Iain Duncan wrote:
>>What kind of latency have you gotten out of that one Kevin? I might get one
>>of those, or the 44.
> I guess you mean audio latency because there's no MIDI. Something
>I've always wondered... How do you test audio latency? Is there an
>official benchmark test or something?
>-- Kevin Conder, kevin_AT_kevindumpscore.com
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