[linux-audio-user] Echo Layla 24

Paul Winkler pw_lists at slinkp.com
Sat Sep 28 15:05:01 EDT 2002

AFAIK there are no drivers for any echo cards for linux.
Not ALSA, not OSS, not anything.  I would be happy to hear otherwise....


On Fri, Sep 27, 2002 at 06:38:12PM +0200, Christian Schoenebeck wrote:
> Hi!
> Has anybody tested the Echo Layla 24? I'm searching for an external audio 
> interface with low latency (for soft synths) and high audio quality (I'm 
> tired of internal cards, buzzing or making stupid sounds when I'm moving the 
> mouse or something) and of course it should support Linux.
> Layla catched my eye first, because you can also use it in conjunction with a 
> laptop. That's very handy, although not that important.
> Any pros or contras? Or can anybody recommend another device that matches 
> these criterias?
> And whatabout DSP functionality? I read a while ago that there are interfaces 
> which come with DSP chips. Is that useful? Or are they supported only by very 
> few programs?
> Regards,
> Christian


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