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Low and behold look at this.....

Discussion in 'Recording' started by ckevperry, Dec 8, 2001.

  1. ckevperry

    ckevperry Active Member

    A DAE replacement....


    By a third party.....lets all give this a try shall we. Supposedly they coded it because they weren't happy with the sound, transient respoonse and headroom of Digi's DAE.

    Digital Audio Miracles
     
  2. Greg Malcangi

    Greg Malcangi Member

    Hi Kevin,

    I've checked out the website but can't find anything about a DAE replacement. I'm not surprised, no one but Digi could write a new DAE unless they had access to restricted information and/or cracked code.

    I did notice the DAG 24 bit Optimized Mixer though. Has anyone tried this plugin? For that matter does anyone know anything about the company? I'm a bit apprehensive about adding anything to my setup that I'm not 100% sure about.

    Greg
     
  3. ckevperry

    ckevperry Active Member

    Sorry...I meant mixer plugin.

    I have a 5.1 TDM Mix plus and I just tried the DAG mixer.

    On the same track I simply swapped mixer plugs and I am impressed. I was leary but in the end thought "what the heck." They operate here in town so I can pay them a visit if I have problems.

    I will be doing some further tests, but I can hear a difference and i like it. I will try to get in touch with them to find out whats up with this.

    Mean while, Checkout http://www.dageek.com for more info on this plug.
     
  4. pan

    pan Guest

    This seems to be an alternative to the Dithered Mixer Digi offers.

    I will try if it runs with logicAudio - the DigiDitheredMixer does not;-)

    Thank you for this valuable info!

    Niko
     
  5. pan

    pan Guest

    sorry for the double post :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
  6. Ang1970

    Ang1970 Well-Known Member

    Like Greg, I'm wary of new, untested, unverified files when it comes to plugging them into a $50,000+ PT rig that I have to use daily to make a living with. This is the first time I've ever heard of this DAM company. Somebody please test the DAM mixer plug-in and post a DAM review. Who wants to be the DAM guinea pig? DAM it. :D
     
  7. Mark Haliday

    Mark Haliday Guest

    >>>I'm wary of new, untested, unverified files when it comes to plugging them into a $50,000+ PT rig that I have to use daily to make a living with<<<

    So am I...mmmmm any volunteers for guinea pig ? :D
     
  8. ckevperry

    ckevperry Active Member

    Okay I have tried it. I have a 5.1 mixplus rig running os 9.04...

    Everthing works as it should, no problems. It is a dithered mixer derived from mixer B before the hi-res even existed. Sounds better to me than the stock 24 bit mixer and close enough to identical to the hi res mixer.

    BUT it works with DP3 and Logic, which the hi res does not.
     

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