[linux-audio-user] Buying an audio interface for my notebook
lazone at pi.be
Tue Aug 10 14:08:17 EDT 2004
Carlo Capocasa wrote:
> I'm looking into buying a professional quality audio interface for my notebook
> I would like it to be as small and with as few cables as possible while still
> having all the pro features: Ultra Low Latency, no distortion, no background
> noise, and high sampling rates and resolution.
> I would like to use my notebook as an instrument (synths/samplers) as well as
> for Multi-Track recording purposes.
> The RME Hammerfall DSP System Cardbus interface seems to be a decent choice.
> Does anybody have experience with this or other professional audio I/O
> products on notebook computers?
i do not have a notepad and i use a digi96/8-pad instead, but still, i
can recommend you RME. their cards work fine with linux and are
extremely low noise.
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