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vrf Access Pro Audio Card from VEE?

Question asked by logicofwings on Feb 3, 2005
Hi All -

After getting the chord generator working (thanks
again for all the help), I thought I'd try my luck
with another kind of off-the-wall question:

Instead of outputting waves through a standard
Measurement Computing PCI-DAS1602/16 board (16-bit,
200kHz), we're trying to find some way to a) convert
the signal to 24-bit, 96kHz and b) route the signal
into an RME Fireface 800 professional audio interface.
This device uses the ASIO specification, with which
some of you guys who are music hobbyists might be
familiar. Any ideas on where to start/who to talk to
about going about this?

Thanks much,

Jess@AERA


          
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