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SubjectRe: [OT] SB Live! drivers released for Linux
Hello,

On 3 May 1999, Chris Adams wrote:

>Too bad they only released binary modules (and not even for the latest
>stable kernel release, and only non-SMP). I wish there was a solid PCI
>wavetable soundcard with an open source driver for Linux available
>(someone PLEASE correct me if there is).

If you interest in some real _music_ & sound-card, I
recomend Yamaha WF192XG (http://www.waveforce.com/).

Brief info:
PCI, HW 64 notes polyphony & other things like any other XG
music instrument (3 effect processors, 676 music instrument
voices, 21 drum kits, ...) - its better, than MU-50.

Driver: see http://www.opensound.com/

Sorry for off-topic.

Regs,
Lada Dobias

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