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Author Topic: Using Multiple Audio Interfaces Together (article - Feb 2006)  (Read 596 times)

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Interfaces With Multi-device Support

M-Audio's Delta range has supported up to four devices under Windows XP for many years (three under Mac OS X and up to eight with the Linux OSS driver). I know musicians successfully running four M-Audio Delta 1010s under Windows XP, as well as mixtures of the smaller Delta interfaces such as the Delta 44/66 or Audiophiles. M-Audio's Internet Knowledge Base also includes full details on the various settings that are required.

MOTU are also enthusiastic about multi-device support, and if you received one of their PCI424 cards with your MOTU Audiowire interface you can plug a further three interfaces into it, from a large range of options including any 2408 (Mk1 to Mk3), 308, 24i, 24i/o, 1296 or HD192. Similarly, you can daisy-chain up to four 828MkII, 896HD or Traveler Firewire interfaces for more I/O channels.