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== OmniStudio 66 ==
== OmniStudio 66 ==
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This card from Midiman is regretfully discontinued (http://www.synthman.com/midiman/114160.html). A basic 6 channel PCI soundcard (the Midiman Delta 66 without its line level breakout box - http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/Delta66.html) is combined with a more complete breakout box and small mixer (the Midiman OmniI/O - -) to provide a lot of flexibility.  
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This card from Midiman is regretfully discontinued (http://www.synthman.com/midiman/114160.html). A basic 6 channel 24bit 96 KHz capable PCI soundcard (the Midiman Delta 66 without its line level breakout box - http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/Delta66.html) is combined with a more complete breakout box and small mixer (the Midiman OmniI/O) to provide a lot of flexibility.  
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This is most prevalent soundcard, almost all machines have one of these. The breakout box has two front panel line level or mic level inputs with volumen and pad controls, effects send for all four channels, one hard wired headphone and one headphone jack (with independent levels) and one master monitor volume that controls the main stereo output.  
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(http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/Delta66.html)
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This is most prevalent soundcard, almost all machines have one of these. It is a PCI card (the Midiman Delta 66) connected to a breakout box and mixer (the Midiman OmniI/O). The breakout box has two front panel line level or mic level inputs with volumen and pad controls, effects send for all four channels, one hard wired headphone and one headphone jack (with independent levels) and one master monitor volume that controls the main stereo output.  
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<li>Delta 66 manual (pdf): http://www.m-audio.com/images/global/manuals/070212_Delta66_UG_EN01.pdf
<li>Delta 66 manual (pdf): http://www.m-audio.com/images/global/manuals/070212_Delta66_UG_EN01.pdf
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The internal configuration is accessed through the "envy24control" control panel which works in pretty much the same way as the control panels for Windows and MacOSX. To start envy24control it go to the "Applications" menu, then "Sound and Video" and select "Envy24 Control" (envy24 is the code name of the ice1712 chipset on which the soundcard is based).
== Echo Gina3G ==
== Echo Gina3G ==
== RME Hammefall ==
== RME Hammefall ==

Revision as of 14:34, 4 November 2008

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Soundcards at CCRMA

All Linux workstations at CCRMA are equipped with high quality soundcards. There are currently three different models of soundcards in use.

OmniStudio 66

This card from Midiman is regretfully discontinued (http://www.synthman.com/midiman/114160.html). A basic 6 channel 24bit 96 KHz capable PCI soundcard (the Midiman Delta 66 without its line level breakout box - http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/Delta66.html) is combined with a more complete breakout box and small mixer (the Midiman OmniI/O) to provide a lot of flexibility.

This is most prevalent soundcard, almost all machines have one of these. The breakout box has two front panel line level or mic level inputs with volumen and pad controls, effects send for all four channels, one hard wired headphone and one headphone jack (with independent levels) and one master monitor volume that controls the main stereo output.

The internal configuration is accessed through the "envy24control" control panel which works in pretty much the same way as the control panels for Windows and MacOSX. To start envy24control it go to the "Applications" menu, then "Sound and Video" and select "Envy24 Control" (envy24 is the code name of the ice1712 chipset on which the soundcard is based).

Echo Gina3G

RME Hammefall

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