Connecting Protools with SQ Mixer IO port

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  • #79928
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    Joseph
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    Can you please explain how to connect to Protools using SQ mixer IO Port for multi-track recording?

    #79929
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    Joseph
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    Also please explain can I connect Protools using USB port for multi-track recording?

    #79932
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    SteffenR
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    there are more options available… Dante, Waves or USB
    and it depends on your computer

    #79940
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    Joseph
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    Hi Stecfen,
    I have laptop with windows 10 os and Protocols 11.

    Please let me know what all I required? Can I do multi track recording using SQ USB?

    Thanks in advance.

    Joseph

    #80136
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    SteffenR
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    USB is limited to 32 tracks, Dante does 64

    #80139
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    MarkPAman
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    I don’t use protools, but I assume it works in much the same way as other DAWs….

    With the appropriate drivers installed on your computer, I guess you’ll then choose your SQ as the input device (and probably output too) from the protools preferences, then for each channel you want to record, you’ll be able to choose which SQ output it needs to be. Once done, probably best saved as a project template, as it can be a time consuming task!

    In your SQ, you can assign just about anything to the USB outputs up (to a total of 32) in the routing section, inputs, groups, mixes, effects returns etc – check that you’re routing them to the USB B outputs.

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    Joseph
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    Thank you Steffen and Mark.

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