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On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Jose van Rooy wrote:
> Hallo Harry, i appreciate you give me the name of this Esi Maya 44 usb
> 'if the Focus-rite works, just keep it and use it'.
> I want a sound-card wich is like 'native' compatible with Audacity-Ubuntu,
> Thus.., if you can recommend me another usb sound-card that meets my
Your emails are extremely long winded: if you want advice, please be
concise. You'll notice more people reply to short, clear emails.
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ri, Aug 30, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Jose van Rooy <firstname.lastname@example.org&=
Hallo Harry, i appreci=
ate you give me the name of this Esi Maya 44 usb recording-interface of 100=
You're welcome.'if the Focus-rite works, just keep it and use=
Yes. I'm a practical person, and like to get things d=
one. That Focusrite's DAC has converters that are hugely more capable t=
han tape, so it more than suffices to get the job done.
I want a sound-card wich is like 'native' compatible with Audaci=
ty-Ubuntu, plug-and-play, period.I suggested one, its=
the ESI Maya 44 USB.=A0 Its a standard USB1 device, ALSA recognizes it as =
such, and that's that. The program and distro have nothing to do with t=
But who cares about that: if the Focusrite works, use it. Thus.., if you ca=
n recommend me another usb sound-card that meets my desire, for de price of=
=A0 500 dollar up, i would be grateful.
Take 400 credit and the Maya. I'm not advising sp=
ending 500+ on a stereo soundcard.Your emails are extrem=
ely long winded: if you want advice, please be concise. You'll notice m=
ore people reply to short, clear emails.