[LAU] RME Babyface on Linux

Brent Busby brent at keycorner.org
Thu Aug 3 02:32:34 UTC 2017

Fons Adriaensen <fons at linuxaudio.org> writes:

> I only ever used it to share two mic signals with another sound
> engineer during a live recording. And that's why what I wrote is
> not entirely correct. 
> You can control monitoring of the 4 analog inputs and the
> first two ADAT inputs to the 4 analog outputs and the first
> two ADAT outputs.
> BUT THERE IS NO PANNING AT ALL. Odd numbered inputs can go
> to odd numbered outputs only, same for even numbered. 
> No problem in my use case, actually just what I needed,
> so I didn't notice then.
> I got confused by reading the manual, which says:
>   "Use SELECT to choose between left, right or both channels."
> which I interpreted as L,C,R. Actually this selects which
> of a pair of *inputs* are controlled.
> But if you want pure quality, it's a great interface.

No I mostly would like to be able to setup a headphone mix for
monitoring while tracking, and have some control over the relative
volume of already recorded tracks versus the inputs.

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