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Thread Advice needed about connecting Focusrite controllers to Logic Pro

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Barry Lane

Barry Lane

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Hi

I am running Logic Pro X on a mac mini running El Capatino.

I have an RME Babyface external soundcard connected via USB to the mac mini.

I have bought a Focusrite Scarlett 18/8 with a view to running vocals and other tracks direct into Logic Pro.

I understand that the 4 mic and 4 line inputs in the Scarlett are capable of running simultaneously into Logic Pro via the ADAT input on the RME Babyface? Is this correct?

What must I do to get logic pro X to 'see' the 1-8 tracks?

I would like to expand to further tracks using the focusrite octopre - Is the Octopre stand alone, ie, can it connect directly to the RME Babyface to get 12 tracks independ of the Scarlett or is the Scarlett still necessary?

It seems a very complicated set up Focus Octopre into Focusrite Scarlett into RME Babyface into Logic Pro on Mac Mini!

Any advice on my options here.

If the Octopre can run independently, then have i wasted my money buying a Scarlett?

Barry
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