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PreSonus FireStudio Lightpipe

FireWire audio interface from PreSonus belonging to the Firestudio series

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PreSonus FireStudio LightpipePublished on 11/23/11 at 07:56
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Ben in my configuration I prefer the sound recorded directly ADAT I find it best.

UTILIZATION

to record directly from my ADAT HD24 Alesis and to send 24 tracks from logic.

GETTING STARTED

very simple

OVERALL OPINION

his very correct up to the reputation presonus
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Okay ...

PreSonus FireStudio LightpipePublished on 11/13/11 at 15:44
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32 inputs and 32 outputs in ADAT ... Used with a quad core iMac I5 2.8 GHz, 8 GB of ram.

Converter (SSL Alpha Link AX), Vienna 2 in console mix ...

UTILIZATION

Mac Snow Leopard, no problem at the major drivers. The LEDs indicate that the 32-channel volume input, no possibility to specify the output, not very bad thing, but annoying to have to open the virtual console to see the volume of output in the software, and therefore "control" the not to exceed 0dB for converters ... Internal clock, correct, but when you install it on a clock Bigben, the difference is more than sensitive, small jitter problems disappear like magic (although there have not really ...), and especially the...…
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32 inputs and 32 outputs in ADAT ... Used with a quad core iMac I5 2.8 GHz, 8 GB of ram.

Converter (SSL Alpha Link AX), Vienna 2 in console mix ...

UTILIZATION

Mac Snow Leopard, no problem at the major drivers. The LEDs indicate that the 32-channel volume input, no possibility to specify the output, not very bad thing, but annoying to have to open the virtual console to see the volume of output in the software, and therefore "control" the not to exceed 0dB for converters ... Internal clock, correct, but when you install it on a clock Bigben, the difference is more than sensitive, small jitter problems disappear like magic (although there have not really ...), and especially the convertos are "transfigured" is clearer, more accurate, "large" also ...
The software does not activate the reference clock (when it is requested in the default settings ...), so annoying ...

GETTING STARTED

The implementation on Mac without problems, even in 64-bit ... The next "Plugg and play" is there ...

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 7 months, is the only audio interface to be 32 in / out on a single Firewire port (with the M-Audio Light Bridge). As I do everything outside the computer (not this one that I use Magneto in fact), I need large inputs / outputs. All other models are made on dedicated port (as in MOTU RME) and an Imac can be equipped with a PCIe card ... This interface does the job, under the conditions described above, but at the clock, we are not in RME, SSL, Apogee and consort ... Good interface for the "small" studio, on a commercial structure is a bit limited. Still, it's the job anyway, and the software "Studio One" Presonus is intuitive and well done.

If I do it again this choice?? With a MacPro, no, I will go towards a solution in the SSL MADI, or PCI-424 and Motu 2408 MK3 from home, qualitatively a step up ... Now, for an Imac, however powerful it is limited in the choice ...

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  • Manufacturer: PreSonus
  • Model: FireStudio Lightpipe
  • Series: Firestudio
  • Category: FireWire audio interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2007

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