Dante in Dual MixRack mode

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  • #22717
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    Clintage
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    I’m pretty sure you can, but need to verify…

    If i’m using dual mixrack mode (iDR32-Master, iDR10-slave) and I have the Dante card installed on the iDR10 (using it to send channels to a computer DAW for recording), I can assign channels from both mixracks to the Dante card, yes?

    Thanks!

    #27899
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    CMattE
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    I do believe that is possible, as long as the iDR-10 can see all the channels from the IDR-32. More importantly, how and where did you get your Dante card from? ;)

    T112/48, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and trying to patiently wait on Dante. ;)

    #27923
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    Clintage
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    ha! No Dante card yet. i’ve ordered it.

    #27928
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    CMattE
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    Ah just reread your post. You said “If I’m using…..” lol. I read it as “I’m using….”

    T112/48, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and trying to patiently wait on Dante. ;)

    #27949
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    ahjeff
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    Hi Clintage

    When routing outputs to Port B of a slave rack, you can directly access any input to the slave rack. To route inputs and mixes from the master rack to Port B in the slave, you must first select the master rack, then route the relevant channels to its Port B. Retuning to the slave, you then route Port A inputs to Port B outputs.

    Cheers

    – Jeff, A&H

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