[linux-audio-dev] Re: What Parts of Linux Audio Simply Work Great?

Christoph Eckert mchristoph.eckert at t-online.de
Sat Jun 18 18:05:45 EDT 2005


> I didn't want to make that difference, but as every
> mainboard nowadays has a "decent" audio chip onboard and as
> every more demanding user (the "professional") has a second
> card, too, why not just split applications between those
> two?

I think that's not the point we're discussing.

Of course, if you're disappointed with your internal card 
you'll buy a better one.

But even the new one: Don't we want to plug it in, fire up 
[your application here], tell it to use the new one and start 
making music?


Best regards


    ce


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