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Thread transferring tracks from boss br-8 to protools

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1 Posted on 11/16/2006 at 18:59:36
hello all, i am trying to xfer individual tracks from my old br-8 (the kind that stores data on zip 100 disks) thru an m-audio firewire 410 to pro tools.

the br-8 has an analog rca out as well as a digital optical out.

However

the m-audio has analog 1/4" ins, microphone line ins, and a spdif in.

nothing matches! :-(

i tried to use an rca plug (for the br-8 end) which then converted into a 1/8" plug with a 1/4" adaptor (don't laugh too hard) and it didn't work. the signal was quiet, and there was a ton of reverbish noise too.

any suggestions?

thanks, ecd
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