I've already spent too many hours on this, but...
I've purchased a 96 point TT patchbay. I've ordered a couple of the db25 sub cables. Before I get too far along, I'd sure appreciate any thoughts/additions/deletions anyone would be willing to add.
Thanks in advance.
WZ3 is the Allen & Heath 16:2 WZ3 that I am considering using for OTB summing (bad idea?)
How would i typically do this?
My preamp is an old mesa boogie studio pre.
It has mono send and stereo return.
Ive been working on a layout for my first patchbay. Its gonna be a switchcraft or redco with dsub connectors.
Main interfaces is the Zed R16 mixer and the RME UFX. My "studio" is one room only, in my livingroom so its basically just me messing around playing, recording and mixing. Im sharing my layout here in case anyone wants to take a look at it and share some feedback. It would be nice to have other peoples opinion and advice as i have not much experience with patchbays.
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I've got Pro Tools HD Native with an Omni and a HD i/0,running on a Mac Pro 4.1 with OSX 10.8,and I need something USB that will communicate, and be recognized by a Mac so that I can use some of my older MIDI gear.I've got a Roland PCR-800 with USB,but no matter what I try,the Mac doesn't recognize it.It does not show up in my USB profile.
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I am in the process of building a studio in my good friends home. The studio is about 900sqft, it has a large live room, 2 iso booths and a large control room. The studio is being built to be as soundproof as possible, double wall construction, two layers of drywall with green glue, etc... The framing is pretty much complete but now I have reached the point of trying to figure out how to best run all of my signals to the control booth. I was considering running different snakes to each room that all end up at a patchbay in the control room.
Looks like SPL is making something similar to the Dangerous Liaison, Check it out:
SPL MasterBay S - The S-Class Patchbay
Traditional patchbays are very useful to distribute signals. However, when it comes to mastering, many engineers wish they had more flexibility: even for experienced users a simple comparison of different processors or processing paths can become a nightmare.
Where have I been, check this out: Is there anything else out there like this? This is limited, unable to cascade it but pretty cool for studios only using a small amount of outboard gear. This along side the Liaison would be pretty awesome for my setup.
Have you seen this in action?
Here is the deal, I am picking up a very nice 8516b on monday, the rest of my set up is saffire pro 40, digimax fs, la 610 in to pro tools, 2-bus lt and monitor st on the other end.
What I want to do is this
track to tape using the pres in my interfaces
dump into PT
then mix out to my 2-bus back into pt
My issue is this, I don't want to use a patch bay but it looks like I am going to have to. I wish I could just use a splitter AFTER the outputs between the 2-bus and tape machine.
what would you suggest?