Subject: Re: [Re: [linux-audio-user] building the dream Linux music box]
From: Brian Redfern (bredfern_AT_calarts.edu)
Date: Fri Nov 08 2002 - 02:14:02 EET
Probably true, but I found using the Audiophile 24/96 with alsa 0.9 was a
totally simple and painfree experience, though its possible that the RME
is similarly simple. All I know is my Audiophile, but once I realized I
needed to use envy24control with it I was off and running and the sound
quality I get with recordings blows my old SBLive card out of the water,
but then again the RME would similarly blow any consumer sound card away.
What's more important is that Midiman hasn't blocked the alsa developers
from having access to the needed specs, but I don't know about RME, it may
be that teh cards are equally supported, but I have read of some
difficulties people had with the RME which led me to chose a Midiman card
Brian "Asapien" Redfern
linux digital turntablism
On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, Paul Winkler wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 03:58:41PM -0800, Brian Redfern wrote:
> > composition via midi. Midiman openly supports Linux,
> I don't think they do anything more than slap the logo on their
> boxes. They let the alsa team do the work and I don't think
> they've provided any assistance.
> Paul Winkler
> "Welcome to Muppet Labs, where the future is made - today!"
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