With an Intel I210 NIC you can already have AVB in combination with
Jack. But you have to do some coding yourself to fit your purposes..
I would never recommend buying MOTU.
On 09/28/2017 08:33 AM, happy musicmaker wrote:
MOTU just released the 828es with AVB and USB standard
compliant and two
ADAT I/O and Web based (not ALSA) mixer. That would be, for now, the
ultimate (AVB) interface for Linux, if it works.
On Thu, Sep 28, 2017 at 11:31 AM, happy musicmaker
<happy.musicmaker(a)gmail.com <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
That is such good news. What(low cost) hardware would this
development be used on to support the developers with
testing/debugging and maybe even development ?
* MOTU LP32 (Preferred)
* MiniDSP https://www.minidsp.com/products/network-audio/avb-dg
<https://www.minidsp.com/products/network-audio/avb-dg> (I think
MOTU's switch uses midDSP switch hardware)
I hope someday it will be possible to connect 4 or more 8 channel
ADAT modules (32 channels) to a PC under Ubuntu via AVB with low
latency. The only option to get this done under Windows is a
Focursrite DANTE based Rednet 3 right now because Thunderbolt is not
really available there as well. Plan to get Rednet3, but that does
not solve the Linux environment which I prefer. Would love to be
able to use the Rednet 3 under Linux but since DANTE is proprietary
, so unlikely.
My two wishes:
[a] Multi (16+) channel low latency audio I/O using ADAT audio AD/DA
[b[ Bitwig supporting LV2 plugins.
With those two, the Linux Audio environment would be perfect and
the world a better place.
*(Apology for the re-sends and ignore the previous edits. Web based
Gmail is such a annoyance and un-logically structured)*
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