[linux-audio-user] Re: hardware mixing - what it _actually_ is?

linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu
Mon Jan 22 17:27:34 EST 2007


> Basically nothing supports hardware mixing these days except the
> emu10k1 devices and some VIA onboard chipsets, because the hardware is
> designed around Windows which does software mixing in the kernel.

hmm... alsa soundcard matrix lists pretty much cards as "hardware
mixing supported". there are devices on yamaha YMF7xx, trident 4DWave,
motorola 56361, aureal AU88x0, TI TMS320C67xx, and some others. so,
hardware mixing seems to be supported on echo cards (motorola 56361),
and unsupported on m-audio cards (envy24).

> For professional audio use hardware mixing is basically irrelevant
> because no pro interface supports it [...snip...]

what interface(s) do you mean?

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