[PlanetCCRMA] laptop audio interface suggestions

francis keyes fkeymo at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 12:52:27 PST 2010

Hey Daniel,

Thanks for pointing the RME stuff out to me.  The Multiface with Express
card option looks like it will do the trick...  and I agree with you in that
I don't mind paying decent money for hardware that works well.  My
question:  is there a software interface for these cards in Linux?  I
currently use An M-Audio Delta-1010 with Jack and Ardour.  The Envy24control
program is really nice for controlling level and routing in the Delta 1010,
I'm wondering what exists for the RME stuff or how you manage this type of


On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 4:29 PM, David Nielson <naptastic at comcast.net> wrote:

> On 01/31/2010 11:20 PM, francis keyes wrote:
> > What do you do with that RME Digiface thing?  It looks cool but has no
> > analogue inputs that I can see.  The Fireface UC looks good but again,
> > its USB 2.0.  Maybe the Multiface could do the trick for me...
> That's correct: the Digiface only has digital I/O. (Except for the
> headphone port on the front.)
> I use Behringer ADA8000 A/D and D/A converters to get (up to) 24
> channels in and out at the same time. More than you're looking for, I
> know, but it's nice to have room to grow, right?
> David
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