On Sun, 2009-05-31 at 22:07 +0200, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> Having used Neves I can only say I loved them. More than
I've been fortunate in my (former) career in that I got to use some
pretty serious analog desks.
> For converters, a good choice to use with MADI and MADI/ADAT
My experience with their stuff (analog stuff) is that it is decent. Of
course Apogee is a good choice also.
> > Ideally I'd like to submix the drums down to a stereo pair of outs so I
Not too big of a problem for what it gives me in term of flexibility
with extra tracks. A trade-off I'm happy with.
> > I'd be comfortable with either. After all, they made records with
And of course that will also give us the ability to record drums and
things on the 16-tk, and transfer to digital.
I assume that Ardour can lock up with SMPTE if I stripe a track onto
the analog deck?
> > Well that changes things considerably for me. Punch-ins (and outs) are
Seems like this should be a high-priority big fix. Why isn't it??
> > From what I've seen there should be a workaround for this, right?
Yep. But hey, that's why clients have money. ;-)
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