asked Mar 19 '17 at 17:31 by mc_bo (52)

Is there a possibility to combine multiple audio Interfaces in one virtual Interface with the sum of channels available

You can do this on a Mac. It's called Aggregated Devices and it's done on the operating system level. I've never done it myself so can't say how it's done - my best advice for now is to Google it. I hope this helps! :)


answered Mar 23 '17 at 11:46 by fredrik (166)

Sounds great, but I use a PC and a Linux Machine ;-/


answered Mar 23 '17 at 15:57 by mc_bo (52)

Check out Supposedly you can achieve things like this with it but I never used it


answered Jun 19 '18 at 00:39 by molotoz (3)

You can do it with Asio4all on Windows. Download the driver and in advanced you can switch on multiple devices.

Latency and stability might be bad though depending on your devices.


answered Aug 06 '18 at 19:15 by tumpin (11)

edited Aug 06 '18 at 19:17

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