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I wouldn't forget poor old AES (including SPDIF.) Some of us may not want t=
o work with a minimum of eight channels.
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>=3B Date: Thu=2C 27 Oct 2011 21:45:31 +0000>=3B From:=
email@example.com>=3B To: firstname.lastname@example.org>=3B Subject: Re: [LAU] Open Sound Interface project beginnings>=
=3B >=3B On Thu=2C Oct 27=2C 2011 at 04:17:50PM -0500=2C Charles Henr=
y wrote:>=3B >=3B >=3B I agree. I appreciate the feedback fr=
om everyone in the discussion>=3B >=3B (and anyone else who'd like =
to discuss further). This is sort of a>=3B >=3B brainstorming sess=
ion--feel free to keep the thread alive until you>=3B >=3B get bore=
d :)>=3B >=3B >=3B >=3B Although I've been playing with=
the idea and studying a bit for the>=3B >=3B past year=2C I haven'=
t wanted to take this idea to anyone without having>=3B >=3B someth=
ing to back it up. Regardless=2C it's about time to start mapping>=
=3B >=3B things out and ordering what to study and what to implement.=
>=3B >=3B A suggestion: start with providing just digital interface=
s: ADAT=2C and>=3B MADI if you're ambitious. Both are quite straightf=
orward. I'd expect>=3B them anyway=2C and it avoids all the troubles =
of mixed analog/digital>=3B PCB design which can be very hard=2C in p=
articular for audio.>=3B >=3B Ciao=2C>=3B >=3B -- <=
br>>=3B FAI wouldn't forget poor old AES (including SPDIF.) S=
ome of us may not want to work with a minimum of eight channels. =