I was recently interviewed by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell for their .NET Rocks podcast and the episode was published yesterday. You can have a listen here. I was invited onto the show after helping Carl out with an interesting ASIO related problem. I essentially built a mixer for his 48 in and 48 out MOTU soundcard. It is by far the most data that anyone has ever tried to push through NAudio (to my knowledge) and it did struggle a bit – he had to reduce the channel count to avoid corruption, but it was still impressive what was achieved at a low latency. However, I’m hoping to do some performance optimisations, and it would be very interesting to see if we can get 48 in and 48 (at 44.1kHz working smoothly in a managed environment). I’ll hopefully blog about it once I’ve got something working.