Re: Multichannel audio cards (David Isherwood )

Subject: Re: Multichannel audio cards
From:    David Isherwood  <David.Isherwood(at)NOKIA.COM>
Date:    Wed, 24 Oct 2001 10:14:32 +0300

Hi, The RME range of professional multichannel cards ( are very flexible and offer good value for money. The Hammerfall and Digi96 range would probably be of most interest. They have drivers for many OS and allow bitstreams such as AC3 or DTS to be output without altering the digital word structure, which other cards do automatically. They come in basic versions with only digital outs but can have D/A added. Cheers Dave -----Original Message----- From: ext Regis Rossi Alves Faria [mailto:regis(at)LSI.USP.BR] Sent: 23 October, 2001 23:04 To: AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA Subject: Multichannel audio cards Hello all, We are looking for suggestions on multichannel audio cards (models and/or brands) as well as multichannel softwares (to generate more than 2 stereo audio outputs, be it either 5.1 or n-independent channels/outputs) to drive a virtual 3D (audio) environment (i.e., n independent speakers set in a way to produce audio spacialization). The system is to synchronize with a similar virtual 3D visual environment, where objects can be visualized and heard. Those who can advise on this, or think could help if having more information, I would be grateful in contacting. Regis Rossi A. Faria Media Engineering Center LSI - University of Sao Paulo Brazil regis(at)

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