Re: Multichannel analog I/O audio interface: experiences and tips

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Dante: merging technologies has an open source software aes67 driver for Linux. However, the user space configuration tool is closed source. Dante has a aes67 compatibility mode.

Best, ph

Philippe Bekaert

> Op 14 jun. 2022 om 20:00 heeft Philippe Bekaert <linux@xxxxxxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
> Most of the pcie cards (in fact, all of them in single speed mode) work absolutely fine on my laptop, given a sonnet echo express IIIe thunderbolt to pcie box. 
> As said, my set up set me back more than 700 euros …
> I have a rme Dante-to-madi usb box here. Never checked usb audio class compliant mode. Will do. 
> Best, ph
> Philippe Bekaert
>> Op 14 jun. 2022 om 19:23 heeft David Kastrup <dak@xxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
>> "Peter P." <peterparker@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> Philippe,
>>> * Philippe Bekaert <linux@xxxxxxxxxxx> [2022-06-14 18:43]:
>>> [...]
>>>> I’m personally quite fund of their (current range of) pcie cards on Linux 
>>> Thanks for mentioning these. Indeed excellent cards it seems. Forgot to
>>> mention that in my case (lots of live work) I need a laptop card.
>>> [...]
>>>> People looking into entering the world of ip audio, in particular
>>>> Dante or avb, will appreciate their convertor boxes, esp. to
>>>> madi. 0,7 msecs additional latency only.
>>> The last time I recherched, there was no usable (non-Motu)
>>> class-compliant Dante or AVB card for Linux laptops. Does anyone know if
>>> this has changed?
>> It's sort of embarrassing but the Hammerfall DSP cards work with either
>> the Expresscard adapter or an Expresscard-to-Cardbus adapter (the latter
>> _has_ to map the PCI express lane of the Expresscard slot, not the USB
>> lane) with the old Cardbus adapter.  It's ancient technology with 8
>> line-in/line-out connectors and quite robust ADAT support, but in terms
>> of the quality and latency of the available connections and driver
>> support, it's still unprecedented.
>> The Expresscard-to-Cardbus adapter solution is not overly convincing
>> mechanically.  And you need to dig up the firmware for 64bit versions of
>> Linux (no idea where I got my .deb from when I needed to upgrade).
>> And of course, Expresscard slots are a dying breed as well.
>> -- 
>> David Kastrup
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