Make a pro-audio card behave like a 5.1 surround card?

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Hello all,

I have an M-Audio Delta 1010 ( 10 channels in, 10 channels out )  
installed on the master node of a Linux graphics cluster built for  
running VR applications. One of these applications uses the FMOD  
library for doing 3D sound spatialization. However, it seems that FMOD  
expects the user to have a 5.1 (or 7.1) surround-sound card in order  
for the spatialization stuff to work.

Is there a way I can set up my .asoundrc to create a virtual "plug"  
device that emulates a 5.1 card? The asoundrc page on the ALSA wiki  
seems to suggest that I can use the bindings feature to accomplish  
this, but the example given covers a quite different use-case and I'm  
a bit of an ALSA newbie.

Any help to steer me in the right direction is greatly appreciated.

- Karl

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