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    Mixerdad
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    Hi, our church are new owners of an iLive set up. T112 & IDR48 with the MMO card to use our Aviom rig.
    I want to multitrack the band, then be able to turn around and play it back as a way to train our volunteers. (i realize i’ll have to configure a new scene for inputs on playback)

    I recorded via ADAT outs (& a few xlr’s from the mix rack) into an M-audio 2626, then FireWire into ProTools. Recorded 24 chans all fine & dandy… Then I realized the ADATs are only OUTPUTS!!
    So I guess one of my best (cheapest) options is a Dante card. Dang I wish there were 2 slots on the MixRack!
    Is there another solution that I should consider?
    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

    1x T112
    1x IDR48
    MMO card
    4x Soundscape Red32

    #29908
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    inlinemedia
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    hi mixerdad!

    i recommend to take a look on the m-waves card.
    it’s competitive to dante …

    greetz,
    andee


    andreas putz
    foh engineer
    office@inlinemedia.at

    #29978
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    dshriver
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    Hi Mixerdad,

    I ran into a very similar problem with my setup. There is a work around to gain an extra slot, though its not cheap.

    In your IDR-48 install an ACE card. The ACE card has 2 connections. Connect two xDR-16s to the IDR via ACE. Each xDR has a card slot. Put your MMO card in one and your Dante card in the other. That would give you another 32×16 physical IO, your MMO card and your Dante (or Waves, or ES, or whatever) card.

    -d

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