[LAD] Presonus 1818 VSL Was: Re: So what do you think sucks about Linux audio ?
linuxaudio at showlabor.de
Thu Feb 14 07:44:14 UTC 2013
Is there any indication of how the DSP is controlled? I've implemented the
mixer controls for the M-Audio Fast Track Ultra (8R) devices fro ALSA in
the past. If the DSP on the presonus devices is really done in the box and
the GUI just sends control messages I'm definitely interested in switching
from my M-Audio device to a Presonus one, even if it takes me some time to
reverse engineer the controls.
2013/2/13 Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 11:59 AM, Felix Homann <linuxaudio at showlabor.de>wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> 2013/2/5 Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
>>> so how does this look?
>> this looks very comprehensible indeed. You're recommending the Presonus
>> 1818VSL device which looks very interesting. How about the advertised
>> effects like "reverb and delay effects and [...] compression, limiting,
>> semi-parametric EQ, and high-pass filter". Are they done in hardware and
>> accessable from Alsa or are these pure software effects not usable in Linux?
> my impression is that you will not get the DSP in the box when used with
> Linux (for now). my own personal take on that is "excellent", but clearly,
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