[linux-audio-user] JACK recording from two soundcards

michael noble looplog at gmail.com
Sat Mar 24 11:53:45 EDT 2007

On 3/23/07, Lee Revell <rlrevell at joe-job.com> wrote:
> On 3/23/07, michael noble <looplog at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I know that Studio to Go 2 beta allows you to do this at the expense of
> > processor overhead.  I haven't tried this as far as timing issues are
> > concerned, but it certainly is possible and with a nice GUI based
> > configuration wizard.
> >
that was also my assumption at first but I'll quote Chris Cannam on this one

The multiple card support needs some qualification.  It is really intended
> for attaching stereo I/O (and limited quality) consumer-type soundcards as
> occasional-use JACK inputs or outputs; it isn't appropriate for multiple
> large I/O clock-synchronised cards, for which a specialised ALSA multi-card
> device still has to be set up...

So it may or may not be what the original poster wanted.  Just thought I'd
share, is all...

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