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you're right that the 9652 has 3 adat i/o.
If you gonna get the Raydat I would be happy to hear how it is working.
On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 11:07 AM, Jason Jones wrote:
> Hey Moshe! Thank you so much for your reply. I looked very seriously at
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Hi=A0=A0you're right that the 9652 has 3 adat i/o=
.If you gonna get the Raydat I would be happy to hear how it is =
On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 11:07 AM, Jason Jones <email@example.com> wrote:
Hey Moshe! =A0Thank you so much for your reply. =A0I 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. =A0It has an ex=
pansion card, but after going over the benefits of the Raydat, I think I=
9;m willing to take the risk. =A0The last reports I've heard were that =
the Raydat works, but the mixer had problems, and that was 9 months ago. =
=A0Since then, they've merged the HDSPM module directly into the kernel=
, so that gives me hope. =A0I also read that the HDSPe Madi card works as w=
ell. =A0So... =A0I think I may just bite the bullet and see what I get myse=
lf in to. =A0Besides, it'll be good for the Linux community to have som=
eone who is willing to test and write about what's going on with that l=
ine of cards. =A0For some reason, the Internet has very sparse information =
Thank you for your reply, and your kind words about the stud=
io! =A0It has been a fun ride, for sure.Anyone el=
se have any info on the RME Raydat and Linux compatibility?
--JasonOn Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 1:29 AM,=
Moshe Werner <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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!=A0It is a very stable system (which I'm runni=
ng 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, J=
ason Jones <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello all. =A0I'm new to the list, although I shouldn't be. =A0I=
9;ve been running a Linux-based recording studio now for 10 years, and doin=
g it professionally for 3. =A0I use ardour, hydrogen, muse2, mixbus, LinuxD=
SP, 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? =A0 Does the hdspmixer w=
ork with the raydat? =A0Are there any shortcomings, or any reason I shouldn=
'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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