Digital boards. Do you use one of them?

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by Alécio Costa - Brazil, Feb 19, 2006.

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  1. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

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    Hello,
    Let us verify how many users down here use a digital board, no matter if it is just as a controller for your main daw ( Pro Tools, Nuendo, Logic, Sonar, etc), as a source of additional mic pres, summing , etc.

    I myself have been using digital boards since late 1997 and I still think that scene memories to flip quickly bettwen different projects/clients is still a cool idea, even for live performances. Also, I do not sum ITB.

    So, let us see what you guys have been thinking.

    Thanks
    Nice week
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  2. cfaalm

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    I use a 01v96v2 for my own band and as front end in my home studio where it controls Cubase SX. It is also my outboard soundcard when I just play WMP stuff.

    What's that?
     
  3. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

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    hi

    Sum ITB= mix inside a computer.
     
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    David French Well-Known Member

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    Or literally, In The Box.
     
  5. cfaalm

    cfaalm Active Member

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    OK, thanks for explaining. I have mine since late 2004 but only summing ITB since last january. I use the remote layer as a controller.

    I can use the 01v96's FX section as an external FX unit during mixdown, but have not experimented with it yet. I do use internal FX and EQ in the monitoring during tracking, but still record only the dry un-EQed signal through a direct out on mLAN.

    Also with Studio Host, I can easily reintegrate the Yammie back into the homestudio after a gig and recall any settings I need. Try that with an analog board.
     

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