What entry-level audio interfaces do you want to see tested under Linux (on video)?

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What entry-level audio interfaces do you want to see tested under Linux (on video)?

Post by unfa »

Thanks to a generous donation from a viewer and supportr of my work, I have an opportunity to obtain and test various entry-level audio interfaces to demonstrate and help newcomers to Linux audio choose hardware and also give them confidence that they gear will work flawlessly.
I've created a survey to gather infrmation on what the Linux Audio community would like to see tested most, so I can get the most out of the budget available to me.

Here's the survey:
https://peertube.kx.studio/videos/watch ... a489c34289


And here's a video I made to promote that survey:

https://youtu.be/ayoIw6Bgmks

https://share.tube/w/6x4FscqWnPKezwjuXBS419

https://peertube.kx.studio/videos/watch ... a489c34289

Thank you for your input, and I hope to see you in the hardware testing videos :)
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Awesome :)
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Solid State Logic 2+ please.
SSL may seem an odd inclusion for "entry-level" but it is only £205 at Thomann UK.
https://www.solidstatelogic.com/products/ssl2-plus
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sunrat wrote: Wed Sep 29, 2021 1:01 am Solid State Logic 2+ please.
SSL may seem an odd inclusion for "entry-level" but it is only £205 at Thomann UK.
https://www.solidstatelogic.com/products/ssl2-plus
If that price is ok, then pull in Behringer UMC1820 :-)

Sure not entry-level on number of inputs, but with price, pretty near.
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Re: What entry-level audio interfaces do you want to see tested under Linux (on video)?

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Behringer fully supports Linux so their devices work perfectly and they release Linux native apps for their mixers. There isn't much need to focus on these.
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