Recording to DAW from QU 24

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  • #38281
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    JC
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    Hi!

    Just on my way to get a QU24 and have two questions.

    When recording a live session(FOH) to my DAW can I record streaming 24 ch direct after the preamps (I suppose so..) or if I want, with all effects etc included?

    I also have some outboard gear that I would like to use if possible. There are no inserts so will this be possible and if so how to do this.

    Any thought on this would be appreciated.
    /JC

    #38294
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    eotsskleet
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    To use outboard gears you need an AUX for Send your signals to the outboard gear and then a normal input (or stereo input) for your FX-Return!

    #38305
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    JC
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    Thanks for the info!

    Any thoughts about the DAW recording issue?

    #38308
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    Anonymous

    Hello. I have just spent about 3 days testing with QU16 and Reaper. And I’m stunned how easy it all works as a DAW! Flawlessly.
    QU24 not available for a few months where I live.
    Plugged in an ME-1 and that works great with the DAW scenario as well.
    I used the USB-B streaming into a macbook pro.

    I cant see why you would want to use inserts in a recording like you suggest. The QU has a host of compression types available
    I spent a year learning , making templates with Reaper and GSR24M. (firewire)

    And this QU just plugs and runs?
    Need to install the App though.
    Hope this helps
    cheers
    davyd

    #38452
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    JC
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    Thanks for the response!

    Can I use any of my external Preamp passing the once in the board? There is no inserts so is this possible.. I do some akoustic recordings live, and usually would like to use some of my own preamps for a few instruments.
    /JC

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