Delta 1010LT does was I expected. Great value for pro/semi pro soundcard
22 May 2011
Summary: Great value for a professional quality card especially if you get an auction deal. Versatile output routing was a feature I personally liked. One problem for me was I had and still have problems with spdif in. I can't get it to work. (I even tried another card) Might be a clocking or syncing issue? I bought this card for a computer configured as a stream encoder to send out an internet broadcast. We use two streams at different bitrates.
Summary: I bought because i was looking for a firewire/usb recording. The exact product i need its to a low budget studio, i mean not a room itself, but about equipment. As i live in Brazil and equipment is very expensive here, i must think about an equipment thats i could buy. So as i can´t buy or find a good solution of a firewire/usb mixer thats have compress, buses and mic preamps for 16 channels with good price.
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Summary: This sound card allows the digital DJ to have up to FOUR stereo outputs on the PC they are using on the road! this works VERY well with most mixing software packages such as Virtual DJ! This card also has THREE stereo inputs as well as two mic inputs, as a result the recording capabilities are only limited to the software you are using. For instance, when using Adobe's Audition program, you can use each individual input as a separate channel on the recording end!
Summary: This little card can do wonders! After tweaking with the setting, I managed to get super-low latency using an old 1990 midi keyboard i had around. Any type of midi keyboard can be hooked up to this thing and used to trigger sounds on the computer. Using your PC as the nervous center of your music production open a huge array of possibilities.
Summary: I like the fact that it runs on Win98SE, WinXP home, and Ubuntu Linux. Also, it's got ASIO and WDM. The input level can be jumper-set on the hardware for consumer, semi-pro, or pro. The hardware patchbay is a great tool. Latency is as close to zero as you can get so that multi-tracking works properly and you don't need a time track. You've got several choices for clock.
Summary: I hated that I had to trash all my Windows Media Center Edition suff and replace it with another OS. I love the fact thatthat operating system is XP PRO!!!!! WMCE (windows media cener edition) was a was of space in my usage situation. And XP Pro is ultimately so easy to work on the bits and pieces and will let ME choose the sound card or chip I want to use. I have a Gateway GM5091E (pentium D dual core 64 bit 2.8 Ghz processor with 4 Gigs Ram.