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Newbie to analog consoles..

Discussion in 'Recording' started by MrPhaSe, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. MrPhaSe

    MrPhaSe Active Member

    Nov 5, 2008
    Hey, I've posted here before and im back lol..
    But check it out...Say for example you have an SSL board.. Neve.. or something big and analog like most big studio's have...
    Would you need an interface to go along with it to record into the computer?
    And would the interface change the sound that comes out of the board?
    I'm really new to the big board stuff, thanks!!
  2. iamfrobs

    iamfrobs Guest

    Usually it's done with the console then (maybe A/D converters) then into the protools I/O, whatever that may be.
    I think the 192 is used a lot, I'm pretty sure it has converters in it though.

    Dunno about other DAWs.

    I think there are a few ways to do it actually

    Some large format consoles that are new have interfacing capabilities built in. The SSL AWS 900 is probably the one you will hear about most.

    What kind of console do you have?
  3. MrPhaSe

    MrPhaSe Active Member

    Nov 5, 2008
    I don't have a console at the moment...
    I'm just using a Apogee Duet for recording purposes...I'm just trying to get some more info on setting up consoles for the future you know?
    Thanks for the response btw

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