[PD] high channel count audio output on the cheap?

tim vets timvets at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 14:44:13 CET 2015

You can probably find some m-audio Delta series soundcards for cheap, and
combine several of them.
I've used delta 44, and 1010LT, worked excellent on Linux.
I also had good experience with some EchoAudio interfaces (Echo Layla 3G
and Echo Layla 24).

2015-02-12 22:18 GMT+01:00 Chris Chronopoulos <chronopoulos.chris at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> I've been looking for an inexpensive way to start playing around with the HOA
> library <http://www.mshparisnord.fr/hoalibrary/en/> from within puredata.
> But I've had trouble finding an audio interface with lots of analog outputs
> (16 or more) that doesn't break the bank. The most promising candidate I've
> found is maybe the Focusrite 18i20
> <http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Scarlett18i20>, but even that
> seems like overkill: I don't need inputs, or pre-amps, or MIDI or ADAT,
> just output. Anyone have any suggestions for a bare-bones, high-channel
> count DAC? Preferably with USB or PCI interface, preferably Linux
> compatible?
> Thanks in advance,
> Chris Chronopoulos
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