[linux-audio-user] ALSA/OSS Free supported sound card with 16 input channels
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Mon Dec 1 08:42:52 EST 2003
jpo234 at netscape.net wrote:
> Hi List,
> for a project where we want to measure voice quality in a special network
> we need a way to connect 16 audio sources to a computer running Linux.
> What is the best way to do this? One card with 16 input channels? Which one?
> Or multiple cards with less input channels (say 4 cards with 4 channels)?
> Once again, which one?
Your be either one rme hammerfall + digital mixing desk with adat
connectors. Otherwise you can use multiple cards but they need to be
wordclock synced so you tracks stay in sample sync with each other. In
that case you could use two rme hdsp multifaces, 2 midiman delta1010s
and there are a couple of other 8 i/o cards with ALSA support.
> Will we have 16 /dev/dsp devices [e.g. /dev/dsp0 .. /dev/dsp16]?
If you use jack you will have an easy to understand interface for
routing the i/o's.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
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