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Re: Sound Card question

M-Audio Delta 44 is $279.00 at the Digital Audio Works... 


This is 4 input / 4 output, 24bit/96Khz... It's gotten great reviews. It 
also comes with a cd packed with "Maximum Audio Tools" s/w, including a 
OEM 16 track version of Emagic Logic Audio (Logic-Delta). 


There is the Delta 66 which adds SPDIF I/O for $349.00...


I keep looking and this seems like the highest quality vs. price 
solution... I haven't purchased yet though so if anyone knows of other 
quality options, please let me know!


>>> gendel777@yahoo.com 03/01/01 02:56PM >>>
The Emagic "Aw2" is a pretty good soundcard and it
costs around US$ 200-220, I read event electronics
came out with a new soundcard that also is around $US
200, I think it s called "Mia" or "Mona".
--- Jeffrey Robert <lewbrew@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a hardware question for you all.  I want to
> start putting my loops online but I don't know what
> kind of soundcard to get.  Any suggestions on an
> inexpensive sound card?  My setup is a Yamaha MD-4 
> --> soundcard?  ---> Windows 2000 machine?  
> Which raises another question, with the new Windows
> operating systems ME and 2000,  which is better for
> multi-media applications like editing music?  ME
> seems quite buggy, but supposedly more designed for
> this use.  Any feedback?
> thanks,
> Lew

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