The Delta 1010 was a good card, but it is very old and I don't know
whether it is possible to get drivers for it that will work with
modern Windows computers. Unfortunately we don't have much information
about which multi-channel sound cards work with Audacity. We are
dependent on users providing that information, but we mostly only hear
from users when something does not work.
On 17 December 2015 at 10:46, David Bailes <david_bailes@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't know anyone who uses the Delta 1010 with Audacity, but Steve, who's
on this list, may have some info on this,
Do you know anyone who uses the Delta 1010 with Audacity?
I haven't seen much information on using the two in conjunction, yet the
guide says it is recommended. It's older technology but, boy o boy, it sure
does sound good.
I'd really like to utilize the midi on the 1010, too. While using Audacity,
Thanks for any pointers,
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