Re: Anyone Done Any Recording?

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Posted by f3 on January 07, 2001 at 16:31:15:

In Reply to: Re: Anyone Done Any Recording? posted by Alex Harden on January 07, 2001 at 07:11:52:

Alex -

I use the Frontier Design Wave Center PCI card on my computer. This has both Coax spdif i/o, as well as optical i/o that is switchable between 8 channels of ADAT and 2 channels of Toslink. The card also has two midi i/o sets (32 channels total) and some very flexible routing and clock setting functions.

I also use a Yamaha 01v mixer with the added i/o card that also has 8 channels of ADAT and 2 of channels of coax spdif. I've been extremely happy with this setup to access the QSR and a bunch of other processing devices.

Let me know if you need any other info. By the way, I have put together a bunch of useful QSR sysex files that I run as autoloads out of cakewalk PA9 when I do sequencing involving Multitimbral to make sure that everything is set up just right at the outset. If you're interested I'd be happy to share 'em. Just send me a note and I can forward them.


: f3,

: I'm also a Cakewalk PA9/QSR guy. I currently record my QSR though my Mackie Mixer (analog). I'm looking at upgrading my DAW's audio interface to an analog/digital hybrid. Since the QSR's digital output is in ADAT Lightpipe format, that limits my choices of an all-in-one solution. Can I ask you what Lightpipe interface you're using on your computer?

: Thanks,
: -Alex

: : I generally use Cakewalk ProAudio 9 to record the audio produced by my midi sequences onto my computer hard-drive (PC), taking advantage also of the digital output from my QSR to record either a stereo mix from the QSR, or to record individual audio tracks in several passes which I then re-mix to get the final product that is burned to a cd. Generally this is also mixed with other audio tracks recorded using Cakewalk as well.

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