I discuss loading Fedora on various bits of older hardware and devise a plan to turn one of those bits of older hardware into a dedicated headless audio processor using its firewire port to keep yet another older piece of hardware alive: a Yamaha GO46 audio interface.
Having done that and finding that it all performs admirably, I illogically decide to replace it with newer (but not new) hardware and buy yet another different model firewire audio interface: a Focusrite Saffire Pro 24.
I record the end of the show on audio interface #3: a USB based Steinberg UR22mkII, which one could argue that I should have been using all along, leaving the firewire gear in the last decade where it belongs (?).
Comment #1 posted on 2019-10-04 09:12:13 by Ken Fallon
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