[linux-audio-user] Good Sound Card for Pro Multitracking

Polashek, Matthew Matthew.Polashek at scottforesman.com
Mon Mar 8 13:14:43 EST 2004

I am operating with 2 main scenarios in mind.  I am a jazz musician so I
would like to be able to record live shows and mix PA and Monitors for a
quartet so that's about 8 in and 6 out.  I need fully balanced inputs to
prevent hum on live gigs.  The second scenario is using the rig for my
recording studio.  (a work that is still in progress)  I would need multiple
inputs and outputs here as well.

Matthew Polashek
Associate Editor, Silver Burdett Ginn - Music
Scott Foresman/Pearson Education
299 Jefferson Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054-0480
office: 973.739.8709
fax: 973.739.8098
Matthew.Polashek at scottforesman.com

> ----------
> From: 	Paul Winkler
> Reply To: 	A list for linux audio users
> Sent: 	Monday, March 8, 2004 1:03 PM
> To: 	'linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu'
> Subject: 	Re: [linux-audio-user] Good Sound Card for Pro Multitracking
> On Mon, Mar 08, 2004 at 12:43:36PM -0500, Polashek, Matthew wrote:
> > Hi!  
> > I am interested in multitracking with Ardour.  I have everything up and
> > running and I think it's great!  Better than Pro Tools except for MIDI
> > obviously, and hardware.  I am looking into upgrading my sound card.  (I
> > have a SoundBlaster live and I want something more pro)  I think the
> best
> > option is RME Multiface 24/96 which is apparently well supported by
> > Is there another option I should be considering?  Possibly something
> less
> > expensive?
> It depends how many & what kind of I/O you need.
> Many of us here are happy with the M-audio Delta line,
> I use the Delta 66.
> -- 
> Paul Winkler
> http://www.slinkp.com
> (random hero from isometric.spaceninja.com)
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