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NoGreatMan 11-28-2005 06:15 AM

Delta 1010LT Hardware Help
 
I am using a Delta 1010LT sound card in my Win XP PCI slot. Is there any way that I can use 2 Delta 1010LT's at the same time and have simultaneous inputs? (20 inputs)
Please advise. New user.

DigiTechSupt 11-28-2005 08:32 AM

Re: Delta 1010LT Hardware Help
 
Most likely you will just encounter problems with this configuration - I'm assuming you're referring to using it with Pro Tools M-Powered.

PTMP will only see the first interface - having 2 of them installed you probably will see flaky behavior or crashing in Pro Tools.

randi 12-01-2005 03:07 PM

Re: Delta 1010LT Hardware Help
 
Quote:

Most likely you will just encounter problems with this configuration - I'm assuming you're referring to using it with Pro Tools M-Powered.

PTMP will only see the first interface - having 2 of them installed you probably will see flaky behavior or crashing in Pro Tools.

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For years I have simultaneous used and enjoy my 2 Delta 1010s under "other" programs (name reserved) successfully and harmoniously. I always have had 16 Bus input to my PC. But I don't want to waste my money to buy PTMP because Digidesign decided to restrict simultaneous use of multiple M-Audio peripherals! Unfortunately, I can't do with only 8-Bus (one Delta 1010).

Why is Digi doing this - thats like punishing numerous customers who have multiple M-Audio peripherals? It's like if Digidesign supported multiple peripherals people won't buy the HD Systems? I can't think of anything else. But I can't afford those systems, probably will never afford at all! My domain is M-Audio Systems.

But I do hope Digidesign remove this restriction sooner, and I can finally move to PTMP.

Thanx

I love Pro Tools!


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