Nathan Curry wrote:
yes, all of your digital audio devices should be clocked from one source.
> 2. The DIGI line doesn't have MIDI, and the HDSP line does. How hard
don't know about that, but i use an HDSP multiface, and it is delightful
-- rock-solid for both midi and audio. i use it as my wordclock master
> 3. I was looking at a Berhinger ADA8000, because it would provide 8
i use an RME octamic and a focusrite octopre (both with the digital
option cards). they're both great. the focusrite has a basic but useful
dynamics section on every channel, and is perhaps slightly more "open"
sounding. the octamic, on the other hand, has a cool resettable peak
hold feature and can be operated on batteries. the multiface can also be
operated on batteries, so if off-the-grid portability is at all useful,
a laptop with multiface and octamic gets you eight channels without ac