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  • #55790
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    Here is a link to the Dante site with the info you want.
    https://www.audinate.com/products/software/dante-virtual-soundcard

    #55546
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    Yes you can split to multiple devices. If the card is set to switch mode, you can plug 2 devices into the card, they receive the same list of channels, if you need more just take one of the sockets to a Gigabit switch to send it to multiple devices.

    #54667
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    Sorry, my mistake, ours would be the AB168 (typo) we just have it sitting in place not in a rack. As mentioned it can be rack mounted.

    #54587
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    We have that setup actually, a AR2412 use the expansion port to a AR168 and an AR84 on the surface expansion port.
    Also using Dante for multi track recording. Loving it!!

    #54586
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    I know this post is a little old but I’ll reply anyway.
    We have a GLD 112 with the Dante card, I think for the price it is the best option for this many channels in digital straight to computer.
    Virtual Sound Card Licenses are only needed for computers you are recording on but $30 isn’t much for a lifetime license.
    You do not need licenses on other computers used for mix down, editing etc. I have recorder 44 tracks with no problem.
    I understand that the Thunderbolt to Gb network adapter is sufficient.

    #54585
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    you can change the name to anything you like, it just pops up a suggestion based on date so you can just click and start recording. I agree with your format suggestion though.

    #54584
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    Thank you Nicola, I had trouble verifying these settings as I wasn’t sure where to look on the GLD.
    I’ll give this a try this Sunday.

    #54443
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    This would be useful.

    #54442
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    As far as looking for a mute all function you can get this easily by creating a DCA group and assigning a softkey as a DCA Mute function.
    If you are looking to mute sections of channels it is done the same way just assign certain channels to each DCA.

    #54440
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    We are recording multi track (currently 44 tracks) with the Dante card on our GLD 112 and it works great, also when simple recording is needed we have the USB setup on an Aux that also feeds an external digital recorded we had before the GLD.

    #53781
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    We checked the clock, it may have been the issue but I have yet to listen to the recording since.
    The clock was the only thing I could find that might be causing this issue.
    Everything I’ve read says set the GLD as Master, dante card to slave as default, hope this solves the problem.

    #53050
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    Anyone had digital artifacts in their recordings? I did a 20 track recording and I thought all went well, but every track has different digital spikes in it, mostly during silence but not always.

    #52279
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    I’m still learning too, just got our GLD 112 with a Dante card.
    You only need a license on the computers connected to the card for recording, it doesn’t matter where you do the mixdown.

    As for the other posts, compared to multi track recorders the card is reasonable and does so much more. Up to 64 tracks bi-directional.

    #52218
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    the GLD has DCAs they work the same way VCAs do.

    #50166
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    Thanks for all the input guys, I think I will still route my mains to my BSS soundweb for crossover processing, but I plan on moving the EQ to the GLD outputs for better control.

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