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gilnavarro

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OT Dante Linux question
« on: October 03, 2018, 12:52:46 PM »
Iím moving most of my live recoding and post recording audio stuff to Linux. I find that AVLinux just runs way smoother on my machines and there are some great DAWs that run well on it like Reaper and Mixbuss. Some great plugins too like Overtone DSP. I can also get some Windows plugs to work through WINE.
I bought a Dante card from Bob, and I know there isnít any native Linux support (one company offers it but I donít have their card), but Iíve been reading about interoperability with the AES67 protocol.
Just reaching out to see if anyone has any type of experience with Dante and Linux.

jeremyjo

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Re: OT Dante Linux question
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2019, 04:24:49 PM »
Oh boy! if only. At one time I inquired with Audinate about it and they said if I wanted to pay for it they'd build it. So far, Bob hasn't offered to couch up the $10,000 (IIRC) to have Audinate spin a Linux driver :(

Maybe we AMPCrowdFund it? :)