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[Musikmesse] PreSonus Capture v1.1

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Other Music Software from PreSonus belonging to the StudioLive series.

PreSonus' software-development team has significantly enhanced Capture’s features in version 1.1.

One of the benefits of the StudioLive 16.4.2 mixer is the ability to daisy-chain two mixers and record their channel outputs via FireWire. Capture 1.1 supports this feature by automatically detecting the number of available inputs, so that when two StudioLive 16.4.2 mixers are daisy-chained, you can record all 32 input channels plus two assignable channels, such as subgroups or the main L/R outputs.

Capture 1.1 is also designed to enable you to stereo link channels so you can record interleaved stereo files from linked channels on the StudioLive mixer. Vertical scrolling has been added, and you can resize tracks, just as you can in PreSonus’ Studio One DAW software.

This is a free upgrade for all registered StudioLive owners.

You can upgrade online at www.presonus.com/registration.
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