Ah, I forgot how much I like using my super8 live setup. Some information on it:
Thinkpad X60 (old, old, old C2D 1.83GHz, 4GB RAM, recently upgraded to some incredibly cheap 100GB SSD). Recently I did find out that if you have a failed battery in the system, it kills the DPC latency. Having no battery is OK, though! Just don't pull the plug.
Zoom R24 (used as an audio interface and controller for levels of 8 channels of super8 output, buttons mapped to choose channels, toggle mic vs guitar DI input)
Line6 FBV MK II foot controller (mostly just use 3 buttons - one for record/play, one for toggling input distortion, one for toggling input delay).
Debian (Stretch I think?)
REAPER (obvs), with track 8 sending to a manual feedback loop that has a delay/compressor/eq/sometimes pitch shifter on it. "Save live output" is used to record the audio.
All built-in JSFX/reaplugs/etc, including super8 JSFX, spectral hold, some ReaVerb for cab modeling, etc
One (1) SM58. Used for drums, vocals, flute, sax, acoustic guitar, whatever else.
R24's hi-Z input is used for guitar/bass
Video recording: Contour Roam2 -- old, but not Thinkpad X60 old! I also use this to record the bicycle rides, so usually the brightness is a bit off (and the sensor has been failing in weird ways), so I mangle it heavily with a REAPER video processor to make it watchable.
One custom made wood stand (2x4s and stuff) to hold the laptop/interface
I really like the handheld camera treatment in this one, so I'll have to do more of that!