On 12/14/2010 12:28 PM, Florian Faber wrote:
Actually, the cards do have different names, now when I think of it.
It's the chip that is the same.
Still, it feels better to use an unique id. Perhaps /dev/snd/by-path is
a good way to do that. If I understand correctly, this is the path to
the actual pci-slot (which is not likely to change between boots).
With my limited understanding the only thing I can discover here is:
0 [default ]
is usually :
0 [nameofcard ]
So, I'm afraid I can't read further into how to use the serial number to
identify the card.
Starting jack by using
jackd -d alsa -d 'hw:nameofcard'
may solve my problem.
I'm looking on how to sync the two cards, delta-1010 and delta-66.
AFAIK, no matter the method, it seems one must sync them using spdif
(don't think this is needed on Windows, but perhaps that has to do with
There is this method:
and one that I haven't tried yet is using alsa_in and alsa_out as
If someone has some experience in using multiple cards, I won't mind a
pointer or two.
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