[linux-audio-user] Multiple Simultaneous Inputs

Ross Vandegrift ross at willow.seitz.com
Tue Jan 27 13:51:55 EST 2004

On Tue, Jan 27, 2004 at 04:48:28PM +0000, Simon White wrote:
> I was wondering if it's possible to get a sound card(s) to work with 
> linux to record multiple audio inputs at the same time and track them.

Oh, absolutely!  The M-Audio cards are a good choice for this.  I've got
a Delta44 and the drivers and performance are both great.  I can do all
four channels in and out, with effects, tracking, and monitoring with no

> was looking at the Midiman 1010LT as I would want to process more than 
> four inputs at once, but I can't find out if you can use all of it's 
> inputs at the same time, or if there's any software that would even 
> allow such mad creations to be born. Any suggestions as to where to go 
> or what to use would be very helpful indeed.

Check out http://ardour.sf.net to start.  There's tons of cool software
out there that will help you do this.

Ross Vandegrift
ross at willow.seitz.com

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