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  • #54623
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    AR2412 24/8
    I see this uses a proprietary D-Snake protocol.
    What I am looking for is a direct connect to a computer like a virtual Dante I/O box.
    I would like to use a box like the AR2412 for recording via Cat6 to a software DAW…Nuendo or Reaper and
    utilize all the monitoring available on the outputs.
    These outputs would also go to an analog summing mixer box.
    Does A&H make anything that could work in this fashion
    and at this price point?
    Thanks!

    #54629
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    I would like to use a box like the AR2412 for recording

    an analog summing mixer box

    You dont half want much from one device?
    These are 2 different mixer scenarios !?
    A QU32 GLD will do your recording for you [at this price point]
    A GSR will sum that data for you or ZED-R16 will sum that data for you as well[at this price point] [not the GSR]
    And, a MAC will connect to them all digitally.
    When you find one mixer device that will do this, please… let us all know.

    Good luck.

    #54631
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    Showtime
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    I think you need a qu24, this has al you want. usb out to daw, faders for a summing mix.

    Richard

    #54637
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    a 2412 and a QuPAC will do this.

    or alot of protocol sniffing and write your own 😉

    #54643
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    Yes just use a QU & AR24/12 AR24 box.
    They are brilliant
    For recording I would recommend the QU32 aso you have extra faders to doextra things with in mix down. [efx and subroups etc…]
    And you can also buy an ANOLOGE summing box ‘mixer box’later and use the outputs from either ther QU or the AR24/12 outputs.
    Off course you can sum in digital either in the QU or ‘ITB’ [in the box] and use analoge plugins in your Reaper software.
    iK multiumedia make some good legal plugins.
    And then just use your QU for moving faders etc.. [hands on feel]
    Lots of different ways to record and mix.
    So if you can…. just try to get that extra large mixer from the start QU32

    #54645
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    Thanks guys,
    I’m admittedly stretching the application of these products
    but I’m also looking to see if there is a price/performance advantage in doing so.
    “” a 2412 and a QuPAC will do this. “”
    I thought of that but can I stream stream 32 to the computer?
    and 16 out of the computer through USB? (USB2 I believe)

    I can do this with a Yamaha Rio 3224-D (Dante) and Dante Virtual Soundcard software and a standard computer Ethernet connection but the cost of entry is about $9,000.00.

    I was wondering if there was anything in the A&H lineup (which I am a fan of) that would do this?

    Thanks,
    Jay

    #54646
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    Thanks NZDave…..

    So if you can…. just try to get that extra large mixer from the start QU32

    At the end of my research that might well be the best approach!

    #54656
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    Yes, the QuPAC is the same as a 32, but with less built in audio interface, and fewer controls…

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