Record from GLD80 to Laptop

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    Hi all,

    Our sound guy uses a GLD80 with a ACE card. Hopefully this is a simple question; We want to record individual tracks from the GLD80 to a DAW (Reaper in this case) on a Windows XP laptop. Is it possible, and if so can someone tell me how, or refer me to relevant documentation? I haven’t been able to find anything in the manual.

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    Nicola A&H

    Hi Thunzie,

    You didn’t say what you are using the ACE card for. ACE and dSNAKE don’t offer any facility for recording I’m afraid. You might consider switching to the M-Dante or M-Waves modules for this, depending on your application.

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    Thanks Nicola, I only mentioned the ACE card because it’s got network connections so I hoped it might be a way. So is there some other way we can get tracks out to record live onto a DAW on a laptop with the GLD80 without having to buy any other cards?

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    You will need a card to do multitrack recording. ACE as stated above does not have that ability and was not designed for that. Most people here use the Audinate Dante solution – Dante card for GLD and Audinate Dante software driver for there laptop. I am a Mac guy so I am not sure what the support is for Windows XP. Several threads on this forum already posted that discusses this option.

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    Much appreciated Bob, thanks for the info.

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    I personally choose the M-Madi + RME Madiface USB, just because i can use the RME with other brands thats use MADI protocol.
    I use Reaper on Win7 without any trouble.
    Others thats use M-Dante hasn’t got any trouble, so one solution or another works ok.

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