Subject: Soundcard suggestions, was: Re: [ecasound] how to sample high quality
From: Robert Jonsson (robert.jonsson_AT_dataductus.se)
Date: Tue Feb 12 2002 - 08:36:26 EET
I think most cards based on the envy24 chip are worth recommending. (many
M-audio cards for instance, delta-44, delta-66, audiophile, there are lots of
manufacturers, several which are cheaper than m-audio). Envy24 has very good
driver support in alsa atleast.
I've personally used delta-44's and RME-hammerfalls(not alot) with ecasound,
As for the correct forum for this question you should have a look at
www.linuxaudiodev.com. There is, among other things, a mailinglist,
linux-audio-user (and linux-audio-dev) hosted there that fits your bill perfectly.
Maik Fuerstenberg wrote:
> ecasound is fantastic. We can all use our linux-boxes as
> harddiskrecorders now, and not just play
> around anymore. I'd be happy if anyone in this forum could let me share
> his experiences in getting to work highquality audiosampling under
> linux. I post this here, since I think we all have the
> same problem: are there any true high-quality soundcards that run with
> the commercial OSS or
> ALSA? I now use a SB PCI 128 which runs fine, but I'd like to upgrade to
> a professional or
> semi-professional soundcard with proper pre-amplifiers. Does anybody
> a running system that he considers worth recommending?
> If this is completely off-topic here, I'd also be thankful for just a
> hint where to
> pose my question properly.
> Thank you,
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