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  • #22980
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    hi ,

    i just brought a rme madi pcie card fitted into Pc , i have a madi card on my idr to i finished laying the madi cables connected to the Pc and idr , i really dont know how to record all my 64 channels and play back into the board, i have neundo running now , can any one please specify the procedure ,

    Regards,
    Moses

    #29855
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    Hi Moses

    To output audio to a PortB module you need to go to the Outputs page on the surface touchscreen and select the PotB tab. If you have your MADI card fitted to Port B it will say ‘PortB:MADI’

    You should then be able to select channels 1 – 64 and choose what source you would like to send out of the Port B MADI e.g input direct out or Mixrack inputs.

    To recieve audio to input channels on the iLive from an external source select the preamp of a channel and select the source PortB:MADI and you will have a choice of MADI channels 1-64.

    To set all input channels to source there inputs from PortB quickly go to the ‘mixrack setup’ page then ‘mixer preferences’ – ‘Quick input source setup’: here you can tell a range of inputs to source audio from either Port B or local inputs.

    Note:
    You need to make sure you have the correct audio clock setup. If you wish the iLive to be the master audio clock set the clock source on the iLive to Internal.
    This is the recommended setup for connecting a computer to iLive via MADI.

    Physical connections:
    iLive PortB Link1 Out port to Link 1 in port on the computer pcie card
    iLive PortB Link1 In Port to Link 1 Out Port on the computer pcie card

    for further information please follow the link below to the understanding MADI guide:
    http://www.allen-heath.com/UK/CategoryDocuments/Understanding%20M-MADI%20-%20rev%2015JAN10.pdf

    Hope that helps

    Regards
    Sam A&H

    #29857
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    hey sam ,

    i have done whatever you have said , since i run t- 112 and t-80 , i know the patching of the inputs to the madi , i am using neundo 4 for recording all the drivers are loaded and i am not able to record the all the channels on the software please let me know what can be done ,

    Regards ,
    Moses.

    #29858
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    hey sam ,

    i am put the same madi cable to my idr 16 and t -80 i can see the mirror inputs coming from idr 48/t-112 to idr 16 /t 80 , but the same cable is connected to the rme card but i can not see the signal coming through , one the soft ware madi 1,madi 2,……. inputs are selected,

    please let me know if i can use this rme madi card for recording with ilive

    #29867
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    Originally posted by Stealth

    Hi Moses

    To output audio to a PortB module you need to go to the Outputs page on the surface touchscreen and select the PotB tab. If you have your MADI card fitted to Port B it will say ‘PortB:MADI’

    You should then be able to select channels 1 – 64 and choose what source you would like to send out of the Port B MADI e.g input direct out or Mixrack inputs.

    To recieve audio to input channels on the iLive from an external source select the preamp of a channel and select the source PortB:MADI and you will have a choice of MADI channels 1-64.

    To set all input channels to source there inputs from PortB quickly go to the ‘mixrack setup’ page then ‘mixer preferences’ – ‘Quick input source setup’: here you can tell a range of inputs to source audio from either Port B or local inputs.

    Note:
    You need to make sure you have the correct audio clock setup. If you wish the iLive to be the master audio clock set the clock source on the iLive to Internal.
    This is the recommended setup for connecting a computer to iLive via MADI.

    Physical connections:
    iLive PortB Link1 Out port to Link 1 in port on the computer pcie card
    iLive PortB Link1 In Port to Link 1 Out Port on the computer pcie card

    for further information please follow the link below to the understanding MADI guide:
    http://www.allen-heath.com/UK/CategoryDocuments/Understanding%20M-MADI%20-%20rev%2015JAN10.pdf

    Hope that helps

    Regards
    Sam A&H


    sam i am waiting for some help regarding the madi

    #29872
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    Stealth
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    Hi Moses

    Yes you can use the RME MADI card with iLive MADI module.

    It sounds like the iLive MADI modules are working if you can get audio between your iLive systems ‘dr 16 and t -80 i can see the mirror inputs coming from idr 48/t-112 to idr 16 /t 80’.

    This sounds like a configuration issue in your recording software nuendo. I do not have nuendo so i’m unsure of exactly how you setup the audio routing in the software. Things to check in the software: make sure the audio device selected is the RME MADI
    setup some audio channels and make sure their source is coming from MADI 1-64 check that record arm is on in the software and that input monitor is also switched on.

    Hope that helps

    Regards
    Sam A&H

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