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I have an M-Audio Delta 66 card which has worked fine with alsa, jackd and ardour. I just bought an M-Audio Delta 44 card to go with it after reading that both cards should work together to make 8 tracks I/O using the same driver. They work together without any trouble in Windoze, but I really bought the cards to use with Ardour. Does anyone know how to tweak my .asoundrc file to get jackd to see these cards as one so that all 8 channels I/O work? ALSA sees both cards right now and loads the driver for both, and I can load the mixer for either: the 66 is HW:0, the 44 is HW:1.
When I do:
jackd -R -d alsa
hw:0 loads without any trouble.
When I do:
jackd -R -d alsa -d hw:1
hw:1 loads without any trouble.
So, how do I do both at once...? Can I tweak my .asoundrc to make a sort of pseudo driver that sees all the channels like I see people doing with their surround sound cards? Or do I just type something different when I load jackd?