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

maxiie maki at rainydayactivitygirl.com
Tue Aug 12 13:34:39 UTC 2008

I would recommend very strongly considering jack and jackd (which is 
used to route various software and hardware is easy clicks) to handle 
the input and output. theres all kinds of programs that you can hook up, 
and I found it particularly useful for linking MIDI and analogue 
instruments to recording software and sound effects modules.

Also, I recommend giving the linux realtime kernel a go if you plan on 
recording multiple instruments/sound sources.

Maxiie #^___^#

> At 10:09 AM 8/11/2008, Carla Schroder wrote:
>> What's not clear is what I asked first- do they replace internal
>> sound cards for recording? Or do you still need the sound card
>>  when you record with these gadgets?
> They replace the sound card, at least in my experience
> with Presonus similar products. http://presonus.com but
> they are Firewire. It should add a new audio source separate
> from the sound card that you can choose in your recording
> application.
> Walt
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