I have both, RME HDSP and a Delta 1010. Both work well with Ardour, or
any Linux program so far. It boils down to how many channels do you
need? If you can get by on 8 a Delta will do. If you need more go for
the RME. Personally I started with a Delta 1010. Then bought 2 more,
added 3 1010ai boxes, and hooked them up to an RME HDSP Digiface. I now
have a pci and cardbus interface for the RME Digiface, which makes it a
very versatile system.
If your intrerested in RME equipment check out www.sfb.net
, they have
great pricing. They also stand behind there products. I was having
problems with my cardbus interface, so I sent it back to them. They are
replacing it with a new one, even though they could not find anyhting
wrong with it.
On Thu, 2002-11-07 at 19:36, Brian Redfern wrote:
I know that Paul reccomends the use of RME with
Brian "Asapien" Redfern
linux digital turntablism
On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, Paul Winkler wrote:
On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 04:14:02PM -0800, Brian
What's more important is that Midiman
hasn't blocked the alsa developers
from having access to the needed specs, but I don't know about RME, it may
be that teh cards are equally supported, but I have read of some
difficulties people had with the RME which led me to chose a Midiman card
I think RME has provide Paul Davis with sample cards so he could
write alsa drivers.
don't really know.
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