No, it's with coreaudio you CAN do that, with ASIO you cannot. You are limited to one driver at once. That's literally what's being discussed here, not a vs battle.November wrote: ↑Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:06 amLast but not least: you don't need to aggregate audio cards in Windows!
You can have as many interfaces as you want, and addresses them directly with your DAW. For example in Cubase (menu "Studio" > "Audio Connections" you can create as many inputs / outputs / monitor busses as you want, each one corresponding to a real hardware in/out.
Example:- If you have a digital workstation such as a Yamaha Montage you can send and receive audio via it's built-in audio interface (6 Chans in, 16/32 chans out), with coreaudio you can aggregate those together with your main audio interface. With Windows you're out of luck.