If it works for you have fun. I will say that I haven't been to impressed
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On Sun, Dec 23, 2012 at 9:50 AM, John Murphy wrote:
> I may have just found something more suitable than I've seen before. Eight
> > > Synth manufacturers: Why no ADAT out?
Yes, I worked with a keyboardist for some time that never knew what it was
till I taught him what it was and how to use it. Not sure he ever used it.
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un, Dec 23, 2012 at 9:50 AM, John Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org=
I may have just found something more suitabl=
e than I've seen before. Eight
line level inputs to one ADAT with word clock in/out in half rack width.
Pretty reasonable price too. SMPro Q-ADAT.
If it works fo=
r you have fun.=A0 I will say that I haven't been to impressed with wha=
t I have seen in as far as reviews of other SMPro equipment if it is the ma=
nufacturer I am thinking of, but I have not used any hands on to be certain=
Was it an option for the Triton? I've seen little boards for the =
at $400. Alesis Quadrasynths had it, of course.
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d with a keyboardist for some time that never knew what it was till I taugh=
t him what it was and how to use it.=A0 Not sure he ever used it.
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