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Tascam DM24 user question

Discussion in 'Recording' started by jsvice, Jan 9, 2004.

  1. jsvice

    jsvice Guest

    Hey all,

    I'm trying to configure my DM24 for something that I thought it would do... I want to set channels 1-8 to be direct outs to the ADAT port. Then set 9-16 to be direct outs to the ADAT expansion card in slot one. Currently, 1-8 direct out works fine... However 9-16 outputs white noise. What can I possibly be doing wrong? A better question is; is what I want to do even possible with the DM24, and is anyone doing it???


    Thanks,
    John
     
  2. headtuned

    headtuned Guest

    Hi John !

    If your adat Card is in Slot 2:

    shift-I/o Page Output

    Bus1-8 /direct9-16 routed to Tdif2(1-8)/Slot1(trk9-16)/slot2(trk9-16)

    Bus1-8/Direct1-8 routed to tdif3(1-8)/ Adat(1-8)/Slot1 (17-24)/Slot2(17-24)


    shift-digital Page slot
    Slot2 (adat card) select trk9-16

    I think this should work.

    Greetz

    Headtuned
     
  3. jsvice

    jsvice Guest

    You are correct, that should have worked. However, I encountered the same result. I'm starting to wonder if I have a bad expansion card?? Not quite sure how to determine that.
     
  4. headtuned

    headtuned Guest

    It worked for me together with a rme 9652 Soundcard via Adat-Connection switching Chanel 9 for example to "direct" on the channel assign.
    Controlling the RME-Mixer-Software, i have a correct input on the second Adat-In (first ist connected to the normal Tascam-Adat-Connector)

    Greetz

    Headtuned
     
  5. jsvice

    jsvice Guest

    The rme 9652 is the same sound card that I have. I have no explanation at this point other than there must be a problem with my expansion card. I doubt that there is a problem with both expansion slots on my mixer, so I'll start with the card. I've posted this question on several different groups, and so far, no solution. :(

    [ January 11, 2004, 09:24 PM: Message edited by: John Vice ]
     

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