« Long live audio network! »Publié le 09/20/10 à 08:36
I did a mixdown session of 16 runs.
I just recorded two concerts in a row (still 16 runs): impeccable.
Also used with Magix Digital DJ: practical multichannel ASIO interface of this app that also converts "on the fly sample rate of WAV files in 48 kHz CD ...
I also have a Motu 828 Mk III card (for a little over a year).
(Quite a few clicks and a problem with the PC's internal firewire interface, but otherwise good card too ... See my review elsewhere on this map.)
Well, first the network: the possibility of exchanging audio data between multiple partners ...
The network connection "Standard", compatible with the rest of traffic (and therefore economic), including a single cable with "patch" (for a simple console-PC connection, no need for a network switch)
The quality (no "clicks")
The possibility of a redundant network
The ability to broadcast to multiple recipients simultaneously
The configuration flexibility of the sources / destinations
The license fee DVS (a pity that it only works if at least one card Dante is available on the network.
In my opinion, at least 2 licenses should be included (laptop + desktop)
The limited number of "migration" possible (and even if you change the network card, it accounted for a migration)
It never worked for me in XP SP3 (see forum, related to network performance or XP disk on this PC recently, so not directly linked to the card or its driver, or a lack of compatibility of the latter with XP)
Do not work in 44.1 (so, for example, to send a WAV file to a CD track to the card, it must convert into the app 48kHz)
Strongly that we can also use the card for Studio Manager (config remote console) ...
Strongly and also that there are more physical interfaces (such as conversion cards ADAT, AES, preamps or Stage boxes etc..
A remake? Now it works, yes, no problem!