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Linux pro and semi-pro audio interfaces

Hardware support This page is meant to give a quick, user-friendly overview of current pro and semi-pro audio interfaces. It should reflect the linux driver support state of the ALSA and FFADO projects with a recent >= 2.6.39 stable kernel.

ALSA Driver for RME Digital Audio Cards

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Hammerfall under Linux Since January 2000, the latest version of ALSA includes full support for the RME Hammerfall and Hammerfall Light (except ADAT Sync - coming soon.) The RME Hammerfall is the first professional digital audio card which can use its full potential under Linux, all 52 channels and full 24 bit resolution. The efficient driver concept allows an operation on usual PC's at 20 ms latency and full channel usage causing a CPU load between 2 and 5%. We are sure that many programmers will now view the availability of the Hammerfall driver, combined with Linux' own performance and stability, as an excellent reason to develop new multi-track applications for Linux. Several native projects are already known to talk directly to the card, thus realizing a totally new potential with realtime applications (jMAX from IRCAM, pd from Miller Puckett) and on different computer systems (e.g. Compaq/DEC Alpha.) ALSA support for the Hammerfall breaks the annoying chicken/egg principle: no professional hardware/driver - no professional software... RME is proud to be a part of this first big step for Linux towards a professional audio usage. Possibly bothered by the Hammerfall's appearance on the Linux scene, some of our competitors have now followed our example. Drivers for other well-known cards and chips in the professional market are expected in the near future. Meanwhile, the Hammerfall is a breakthrough for pro audio on Linux, as the first professional card available with full support for multitrack applications.

Behringer ADA8000

Behringer ADA8000 8-channel Preamp & A-D/D-A Converter Published in SOS June 2004 Print article : Close window Reviews : Software: ALL Eight channels of mic preamplification, A-D/D-A conversion, and ADAT lightpipe I/O, all at a remarkable price. Is it too good to be true?

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