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dedicated converters?

Discussion in 'Converters & Interfaces' started by michael77, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. michael77

    michael77 Guest

    I've been producing music for 30 years mostly in the tv/ radio broadcast realm. I 've always been a musician first and an engineer
    somewhere down the line. As the equipment got better and cheaper
    our options increase and now making records in our garage is a reality.

    I have a fairly high end motu system with my front end being the 1296 into the pci 424 card. I mix thru a yamaha 02r into a dbx
    quantum into aes/ebu on the 1296 and back into Digital Performer
    so my mixes have the same time code as my multi track.

    I'm ready to step up to a dedicated A/D converter such as apogee's
    rossetta series or the "big ben". I'm jusy very confused as to how one
    would set them up. Do I route all of my mic pres into the unit and have it become my new front end, or do I mix thru it on the back end?

    Some clarification here is needed. Thanks

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