Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Prymo, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. Prymo

    Prymo Guest

    so i have my studio all hooked up, Tascam 1884, laptop, mics ect. . . and i can only record 2 tracks simotaniously becuase of my soundcard appearantly... which really sucks.

    i was wondering if any of you guys recommend a sound card that has 8 ins

    i need the 8 ins for the drums. thanks.
  2. Prymo

    Prymo Guest

    anyone use a different soundcard so they can record simotaniously?
  3. Scott Peterson

    Scott Peterson Administrator and Co-Founder of TGP Staff Member

    Jan 3, 2002
    I am a user/owner of Lynx Audio's cards; they have a 8/8 solution that I would suggest.

    Exceptional convertors, excellent driver support. Just totally pro level stuff that sounds great.
  4. Dirty Dan

    Dirty Dan Member

    Jun 1, 2005
    Bethesda, MD
    m-audio also has a few soundcards that'll fit the bill.
  5. anoxia01

    anoxia01 Member

    Jun 2, 2005
    Irvine, Ca
    As far as using two sound cards simultaneously, I have never heard of anyone doing it. Depending on the DAW that you are using it may be possible, but all of the DAWS that I use (Cubase SX 3.0 mainly) only allows signal from one soundcard at a time.

    If you are on PC hands down best sound card you can buy for the price range is the
    Pre-Sonus FirePod. If you are on a MAC the next best soundcard is a MOTU 896
    Check out the websites for more info.
  6. Prymo

    Prymo Guest

    thanks alot for the help you guys. i figured it out
    after fooling around with the settings for a few hours.
  7. jakester

    jakester Guest

    I will double that for the M-Audio cards. Even their 410 24/96 card is superb sounding. I use a 24 Track Mackie and only use the card for in and out during mastering, but I love it and you cant beat the price on them. :p

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