Subject: [linux-audio-user] Re: [Alsa-user] Re: Audio hardware for Linux/ALSA/Csound
From: David Gerard Matthews (spektralman_AT_linuxfreemail.com)
Date: Tue Sep 03 2002 - 00:51:51 EEST
Output to a CD burner happens indepently of the soundcard. Your CSound
file will be rendered to disk as as .wav file. You then import the .wav
file into the CD burning softwar, and the data goes direct from your hard
drive to the burner with no intervention from the soundcard whatsoever.
At that point, it doesn't matter whether your soundcard is a Hammerfall or
a $5 Creative ISA card, the output on the CD will be the same. The
soundcard is only involved when you want to listen to your rendered files,
when you want to record samples, or when you want to process audio in
Hope that helps,
On Mon, 2 Sep 2002, pma wrote:
> 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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