Harry, rather good guess :-) Not Firewire. AudioTrak Prodigy HD2, PCI.
It has been extremely well-behaved.
In your opinion, what is the advantage of the Firewire approach?
Cabling? Replaceability? Ease of multitrack functionality? The
Firewire daisychain capability (does it still exist)?
I just checked out the Pure::Dyne web site. Very promising and
up-to-date, not like I last saw it a while back. Questions:
1. Does it install onto hard drive reasonably easily? I noticed that
that page in the wiki isn't there yet, just a title/placeholder. Can it
do RAID-1 without terrible pain?
2. If it's designed explicitly for DVD/USB use (and it looks like it
is), is that how it's updated? In other words, can I expect to just
update my system device and it will use an existing older-version
profile reliably? This would be a very good way to keep a production
3. Does it include thorough current compilation capabilities?
On Sat, 2010-07-10 at 18:35 +0100, Harry Van Haaren wrote:
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