On 5/04/12 3:14 AM, Al Thompson wrote:
On 04/04/2012 12:57 PM, S. Massy wrote:On Wed, Apr 04, 2012 at 12:05:48PM -0400, Al Thompson wrote:I don't know of a 16x4 USB device right off hand.Is that even possible? Even with USB 2.0, which might have shaky linux support anyway... Possibly he should investigate other alternatives?Good question. I've been doing a little research, and it's difficult to find something that meets his criteria. Most things that say they are "16 channel" apparently are using Mackie Math when they add them up, and others that provide USB 2.0 connectivity never claim to be able to handle 16 channels simultaneously through USB.
It should be perfectly possible to do this over USB 2.0; I'm just not sure you'll find a device to do it that's supported under Linux. There are definitely Firewire devices that'll do it, though: I know my Saffire PRO40 can do it (it has 8 analog inputs, and an ADAT port that's good for 8 more), and I'm sure there are other devices that can do the same.
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