[LAU] How to use hdspmixer - Was: RME HDSPe AIO, hdsploader compulsory ?
francois.juigner at bluewin.ch
Fri Dec 12 15:27:40 UTC 2014
So far, I have only used it under Windows, with satisfactory results to my ears, no idea as far as latency is concerned, and anyway there was a heavy software background with Console, a VST convolver, filters ... (I did not use the card's DACs, except for subwoofer).
For RME and Linux, I am a complete beginner... I saw somewhere that AIO is well supported in Alsa since year 2010, and from what I discovered these last days, it looks true. I saw that many issues talken about in the linux forums where written at an earlier date...
On Fri, 12 Dec 2014 16:51:34 +0200
Yuri Klopovsky <yuri.klopovsky at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry for hijacking the thread, but I'm curious.
> In general, how well does HDSPe Aio work?
> What latency are you getting?
> I'm thinking of buying it, but I've been reading mixed reports on it.
> Mostly that it doesn't work well.
> As far as I know, out of RME's pci-e stuff only Multiface2 is properly
> supported by alsa.
> I'm also curious about HDSPe AES.
> How well does it work?
> Thank, You!
> 2014-12-12 15:58 GMT+02:00 francois juigner <francois.juigner at bluewin.ch>:
> > Hi Ralf,
> > Things have improved a lot: I'm able to use all my wanted outputs through hdspmixer : phones, SPDIF,AES and analog all work fine. Now i'm left with the task to introduce brutefir in the process. My guess is that it is another story !!!
> > Final word for now : RME HDSPe Aio is well recognized in Alsa to-date, the powerful (thank you Thomas) but not straightforward hdspmixer lacks a good "how to" file somewhere...
> > Thank you all for your help, I will now dig into the bash scripts !
> > Francois
> > --
> > francois juigner <francois.juigner at bluewin.ch>
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