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On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 5:20 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 7:57 AM, Louigi Verona
Yep, Paul, I get it. In fact, I do have an EMU 0404 USB, which has two mono
which U successfully used (until I moved to Linux where it isn't supported).
On the soundcard which is discussed in this thread, however, there seems to
be only one
mono jack, so no luck feeding a stereo signal into this card, I guess.
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> I would question that. I am a real musician. I have hardware synths wh=
louigi - this is really just a question about cabling (once you get
beyond your mono-mic-only laptop dilemma).
i too have h/w synths, and their outputs are delivered on 1/4" TRS
sockets, 1 per channel. so, when connecting this kind of equipment,
the most obvious thing is to have a pair of 1/4" -> 1/4" *mono=
and plug one end into the synth and the other into a 1/4" socket of an=
it sounds as if your experience with other equipment is leading you to
favor the idea of a cable with 2 1/4" *mono* jacks at one end, and 1
*stereo* jack at the other. there certainly are consumer sound cards
that use stereo mini-jacks for input, so if you used one of them, this
is the kind of cable you'd use. a lot of DJ equipment expects to
receive/deliver stereo via such jacks too (even more true as portable
digital music players have become the core playback device for many
DJs) hence the suggestion above. but most equipment aimed at musicians
doesn't use stereo jacks, just pairs of mono ones.
Yep, Paul, I get it. In fact, I do have an E=
MU 0404 USB, which has two mono inputs andwhich U successfully used (un=
til I moved to Linux where it isn't supported).On the soundcard=
which is discussed in this thread, however, there seems to be only one
mono jack, so no luck feeding a stereo signal into this card, I guess.-- Louigi Veronahttp://www.louigiverona.ru/