[Techtalk] o great audio geeks... USB a/d converters

Ricardo Dalceno rddalceno at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 17:50:53 UTC 2008

Good one.
M-Audio is one of the best I ever seen/worked with.
They work very very nice on MacOS X (yep.. unix :D ) and I hope it will work
on Linux (one day)

; )

Ricardo "j0k3r" Dalceno

2008/8/11 Carla Schroder <carla at bratgrrl.com>

> On Monday 11 August 2008 10:03:26 Ricardo Dalceno wrote:
> > I know that Turtle Beach is one of the Top 10 in Linux.
> > Creative, at the other side, was not so good because they dont release
> the
> > specs (I dont know if they are doing it now...) so we have to write
> drivers
> > using a "crystal ball"
> It seems that Creative are universally despised amongst the digital audio
> recording/producing crowd. One brand I hear mentioned favorably a lot is
> M-Audio. They don't support Linux, but a lot of their hardware is "real"
> hardware and not Winhardware. In general, USB devices that are really
> standards-compliant, and not larded down with some sort of winfakery,
> should
> work in Linux.
> Carla
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