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Re: Question about looping software
"Wrong"? What do you mean by "wrong" in a general advice? I don't
agree that NI Kore does justify USB as an optimal real-time transfer
protocol for digital audio, I would rather say that Kore is a lucky
exception ;-) You can't seriously compare purchasing Kore with
buying a cheap MIDI interface and an AD/DA converter! For a
beginner that is to buy new gear, why take chances? I'd say it's
better to look at the products that are available inside the budget
you have set up and go for stuff that people have been using and
given good reports on.
On 8 dec 2006, at 17.48, bruce tovsky wrote:
> hi per
> i would mention here that as far as usb 1.0 you are correct, but
> with usb 2.0 you are wrong. a good example is the native
> instruments Kore controller, which communicates with usb 2 and
> gives you 2 in and 4 out. now that usb 2 is proliferating, one
> can't dismiss usb interfaces outright with out considering which
> "flavor" they are.
> my 2 cents
> On Dec 8, 2006, at 11:04 AM, Per Boysen wrote:
>> Stay away from any audio interface that uses USB to shuffle data
>> to/from the computer.
> bruce tovsky
> "To know is nothing at all; to imagine is everything."
> Albert Einstein