Yes it is, but I has "the other" agenda to design and build a cpu card
and some slow i/o cards.
I don't consider your questions silly. I try to understand what your
interest is and see what our common goals are.
My roadmap would be something like:
1, design and build the slow i/o card (with lots of i/o)
2, dito cpu card
3, dito a 8 channel 16b/48kHz in/out card
4, dito 24b/96kHz in/out
> To speed up the process of prototyping and to allow many participants I
I have that card, we can use it as a common platform.
> The same goes for the ADC, if we use available units with an (open) standard
Ok, that is good enought, a pity that I don't have any audio equipment
with thoose interfaces.
Ok, shall we set the goal to >= 8ch in/out at 24b 96kHz 100dB S/N,
with some inbetween easier targets ?
Is it useful to have 24b/96kHz on output, or would it be sufficient
to have 16bit/48kHz ?
> But AES-3 (or AES-42 for digital microphone) is a standard for digital audio
But I thought that the goal was to have more than mere 2-4 channels ?
> > But if we successfully implement adat or madi, we are still missing
I don't understand you. Can you give an example?
I see two different things here:
A, a hardware project
B, finding new solutions/algorithms for syncing different sources...
My main interest is project A.
For project B, can't we simply use ordinary pc's, one master and
a few slaves, or am I missing something ?
Initially I had the id