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sound cards

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by bilyum, May 12, 2004.

  1. bilyum

    bilyum Guest

    Hi All. I'm looking for the best all around sound card for recording on a PC. No more than 2 tracks at a time necessary. And more than likely, we will not be using any midi stuff.

    Any recommendations? I know the Audigy platinum pro is reasonably priced, but is it any good? Thanks much!
     
  2. BladeSG

    BladeSG Guest

    1.M Audio Audiophile 24/96

    2.Echo Mia

    8)
     
  3. bilyum

    bilyum Guest

    Thanks! I'll look into both of those.
     
  4. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    I second M-Audio. Look at the Delta 44 also. Hell, look at all the cards.
     
  5. Jbon

    Jbon Guest

    May I jump in ...

    here is the tray

    Can I get a take on this? What does the part about wdm drivers in windows really amount to? I am less than knowledged to my satisfaction regarding the driver thing ...wdm, asio and what each might mean for various systems or if their utility in certain setups might be better or worse than in some , and which was which , etc, or anything regarding this about wdm... are they useful over asio in some situations I take it?, or what might this mean?
    thankyou
     
  6. golli

    golli Active Member

    I was going to mention those two, but in a reverse order.

    1. ECHO MIA

    They do have the same AKM converters but Echo are notorious for their stable and hassle free drivers.
     
  7. BladeSG

    BladeSG Guest

    Re: May I jump in ...

    ASIO drivers are generally used for VST host applications like Steinberg Nuendo & Cubase SX and Emagic Logic. WDM is more applicable to Cakewalk Sonar. I have had very little to do with Sonar, but if I remember right you can use ASIO for this too.
     
  8. Jbon

    Jbon Guest

    thank you how about another question..whats the"R" Bus?
    http://www.zzounds.com/item--ROLSI24
     
  9. bhuvan

    bhuvan Active Member

    talking about sound cards again.. how about the RME HDSP 9652?

    i have to buy myself one as well for the studio and this came out on top of the recommendations list from the vendor!
     

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