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How do you all get analog audio into your PC?


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[quote]Originally posted by matt C: [b]Let's not let this turn into a "best of" convention, but still: what's the best [/b][/quote]huh???? ;) I have a pair of MOTU 828's. I don't know what is 'Best' because these are the only ones I've had. [url=http://motu.com/]SPECIFIC DETAILS HERE[/url]
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[quote]Originally posted by Hippie: [b]...or my trusty, older than the hills, 'Card-D Deluxe' Matt[/b][/quote]I loved them DAL cards! My first audio PC had a DAL Card D+ ISA soundcard and I always loved the quality. Hmmm..., maybe I should dust off the ole W95 beast and see if it is indeed more warmer than my current Hammerfall card.
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Although I use RME(Digi 96/8PST) on another machine,I'm finding M-Audio not only sounds great,but easily have the best drivers(WDM/ASIO) so far,as far as Windows is concerned anyway.You wont beat the value of the Delta 1010 for price performance ratio.
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[quote]Originally posted by AlndLonChaney: [b]Although I use RME(Digi 96/8PST) on another machine,I'm finding M-Audio not only sounds great,but easily have the best drivers(WDM/ASIO) so far,as far as Windows is concerned anyway.You wont beat the value of the Delta 1010 for price performance ratio.[/b][/quote]Sorry to interrupt, but I have a question of my own. I've heard good things about the Audiophile 2496, but how does it compare to the Delta-44 (bastard stepchild of the Delta-1010, I presume)? Anyone?

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[quote]Originally posted by BassGuy21: [b]Sorry to interrupt, but I have a question of my own. I've heard good things about the Audiophile 2496, but how does it compare to the Delta-44 (bastard stepchild of the Delta-1010, I presume)? Anyone?[/b][/quote]Same,but better and newer crystal converters than the Delta 44/66,although I think the 44/66 has been updated as well.The obvious difference is being I/O,if the Audiophiles I/O offerings are enough for your needs then go for it,you wont hear the difference between the Audiophile and 44/66.The whole Delta line uses the same exact drivers as well.
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Well ya see there's this straw. An ya point the straw at tha moosik. Then there's this pump. An it pumps the moosik reeeeeeeeeal hard until it seeps out the uther en. Then i hook it up to the kom pooter and it seeps right on in! Hot dang! Ain't teknolgee wunnerful? P.S. Sumtimes it souns crappy an stuff. Yooozhly wen the moozishens plays like shit. Then uther times it sounz f n great! Yooozhly wen they play werth a dern!! ;)
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[quote]Originally posted by Rog: [b]A Metric Halo MIO + DSP ... 'tis the dog's bollocks :thu: [/b][/quote]I'm interested in this myself,but after a quick search all I could come up with is "Windows drivers coming soon".Lets hope real soon,and WDM as good as M-Audio's right out of the gate and not just 2.9ms at best Asio,then I'll respond just as fast with my $$$$.My eyes are peeled and my plastic is waiting.
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[quote]Originally posted by AlndLonChaney: [b] [quote]Originally posted by Rog: [b]A Metric Halo MIO + DSP ... 'tis the dog's bollocks :thu: [/b][/quote]I'm interested in this myself,but after a quick search all I could come up with is "Windows drivers coming soon".Lets hope real soon,and WDM as good as M-Audio's right out of the gate and not just 2.9ms at best Asio,then I'll respond just as fast with my $$$$.My eyes are peeled and my plastic is waiting.[/b][/quote]Just buy yourself a nice little iBook :) It's great for location stuff and moving stuff over to a PC once it's recorded is easy.
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[quote]Originally posted by Rog: [b]Just buy yourself a nice little iBook :) It's great for location stuff and moving stuff over to a PC once it's recorded is easy.[/b][/quote]Actually I'm gonna do that(Apple Powerbook),but I'd like to use the Metric Halo on the PC as well.
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24 channels of lightpipe i/o from a Tascam DM-24 to the 'puter with a Nuendo 9652 card & Cubase SX.
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TASCAM US-428, via USB straight into the little iMac. Four analog audio inputs simultaneously (though I almost always only use one or two at once with my personal productions, and I don't record live drums at my place). As far as my company's gear is concerned, I'd rather do it with a DM-24 like AlanThomas above, and not have to re-patch as much as I do. Maybe Santa will bring one, though I doubt it...I've been a bad boy this year. :( :cool: - Jeff
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