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Hey Moshe! Thank you so much for your reply. I looked very seriously at
the 9652, but I need to be able to record 16 simultaneous streams @ 96k,
and if I'm not mistaken, the 9652 only has 3 ADAT I/O. It has an expansion
card, but after going over the benefits of the Raydat, I think I'm willing
to take the risk. The last reports I've heard were that the Raydat works,
but the mixer had problems, and that was 9 months ago. Since then, they've
merged the HDSPM module directly into the kernel, so that gives me hope. I
also read that the HDSPe Madi card works as well. So... I think I may
just bite the bullet and see what I get myself in to. Besides, it'll be
good for the Linux community to have someone who is willing to test and
write about what's going on with that line of cards. For some reason, the
Internet has very sparse information about it.
Thank you for your reply, and your kind words about the studio! It has
been a fun ride, for sure.
Anyone else have any info on the RME Raydat and Linux compatibility?
On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 1:29 AM, Moshe Werner wrote:
> Hi an Welcome!
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Hey Moshe! =C2=A0Thank you so much for your reply. =C2=A0I looked very seri=
ously at the 9652, but I need to be able to record 16 simultaneous streams =
@ 96k, and if I'm not mistaken, the 9652 only has 3 ADAT I/O. =C2=A0It =
has an expansion card, but after going over the benefits of the Raydat, I t=
hink I'm willing to take the risk. =C2=A0The last reports I've hear=
d were that the Raydat works, but the mixer had problems, and that was 9 mo=
nths ago. =C2=A0Since then, they've merged the HDSPM module directly in=
to the kernel, so that gives me hope. =C2=A0I also read that the HDSPe Madi=
card works as well. =C2=A0So... =C2=A0I think I may just bite the bullet a=
nd see what I get myself in to. =C2=A0Besides, it'll be good for the Li=
nux community to have someone who is willing to test and write about what&#=
39;s going on with that line of cards. =C2=A0For some reason, the Internet =
has very sparse information about it.
Thank you for your reply, and your kind words about the stud=
io! =C2=A0It has been a fun ride, for sure.Anyone=
else have any info on the RME Raydat and Linux compatibility?
--JasonOn Wed, Jan 18, 2012 a=
t 1:29 AM, Moshe Werner <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi an Welcome!I had the same question =
some time ago (like a year ago) and decided to go with the HDSP 9652, no pr=
oblems at all!=C2=A0It is a very stable system (which I'm ru=
nning at 2.9ms latency).
Initially I wanted the Raydat but the Linux support status was not cle=
P.S.: Very nice studio and site! I too use Linux for professiona=
l work and am very happy with the results. Don't understand why not mor=
e people go over to Linux for pro needs.
On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 =
at 5:04 AM, Jason Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> =
Hello all. =C2=A0I'm new to the list, although I shouldn't be. =C2=
=A0I've been running a Linux-based recording studio now for 10 years, a=
nd doing it professionally for 3. =C2=A0I use ardour, hydrogen, muse2, mixb=
us, LinuxDSP, and a bunch of OSS LADSPA and LV2 plugins.
I recently decided to jump into the RME arena (currentl=
y using an Echo Audiofire12 for my converters and interface, and it works b=
eautifully) and am finding it oddly difficult to get good results from goog=
le concerning the state of new-ish RME products and Linux compatibility.
Has anyone out there used the Raydat interface successf=
ully with the WCM (word clock module) add-on card? =C2=A0 Does the hdspmixe=
r work with the raydat? =C2=A0Are there any shortcomings, or any reason I s=
houldn't use it in a professional studio?
I thought it'd be a good idea to refresh the intern=
et new RME info, because the latest update I can find is from September of =
2011.Any info is welcome!
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