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  • #34707
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    I just found Nicola’s “Understanding M-Dante” guide. Very helpful.

    If I do this, I’ll dust off a Core-2 Duo notebook with SSD and turn it into a Dante/Reaper system, with a direct Ethernet connection between the M-Dante card and the notebook. I’ll have to get a gigabit Expresscard Ethernet adapter for the notebook.

    More mulling to come :)

    #34706
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    Thanks, CMattE. Great input [;)]

    #34694
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    A few days later and OneMix and MixPad are up and running, and I’m very happy. Thank you for the help :)

    #34680
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    Thank you, Nicola, that may be the best way. Is it possible to demo the software?

    #33984
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    I’ve owned my iDR-32 for four years, and I’ve always used the Editor without a surface.

    With the Editor, some tasks are a challenge — among other niggles, quick, multi-fader grabs are impossible without a DCA or group, tap tempo is unreliable and there’s no easy way to do a “key listen” on the dynamics — but every time I try to justify the cost of acquiring even the least-expensive surface, the R72, I can’t do it.

    If you have even a passing understanding of personal computers, my feeling is that you’ll get along with the Editor and no surface.

    #33857
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    Just an example: If I could tap-tempo by MIDI, I’d giggle like a schoolgirl.

    #33840
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    Thanks, guys. I was hoping to use the ME-1 as a remote mixer. You’re both absolutely right, I can run the balanced mono output back to the amp.

    #33392
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    Originally posted by tk2kBut really, the correct route to go here would be to add EUCON and full MIDI support to Editor, then you could plug an external control surface into it. Still no local audio, but that’d be 90% of what you are looking for, and would save A&H the huge R&D cost of creating their own hardware. Maybe even charge $100 to enable external hardware control, so those who need it can use it that way?


    Yes, please.

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    #33301
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    I’d love to see a low-cost, A&H-branded USB surface with control of all Editor functions via the host’s IP stack. Or, perhaps, full implementation of Editor commands via MIDI.

    The latter is probably a firmware revision away from reality. The former would probably cannibalize T-Series surface sales.

    #32243
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    Originally posted by StealthI am afraid this feature has not been re-implemented in v1.83. Though this feature is still on the request list.


    Nor was it re-implemented in v1.90.
    Would be AWESOME to see it in v1.9x.
    Thanks, Sam.

    #32054
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    Originally posted by Andy

    AFAIK you can hear (headphones-PFL) the signals in each section by pressing the SEL button. To hear the signal going through the sidechain press the sidechain SEL button, and to hear just after the gate you have to press the gats SEL button. I think this will work with the gate engaged or not.


    Thanks, Andy, but I should have been more clear: I’m looking for key listen on the gates in the Editor.

    #32047
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    I’ll enjoy using the new processing options.

    Now that we’ve got some FX with key listen, I wonder if we can’t get it on the gates…..? Pretty please?

    #31986
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    Originally posted by antonyja

    We are putting the final touches to the V1.9 software packages. My current best estimate for its availability would be Monday 12th. I’ll let you know if there is to be any delay to that schedule.


    Thank you for the communication. It’s all any of us want. :)

    #31933
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    With my day job in the healthcare software-as-a-service sector, I have major empathy for anyone who must commit to a release date.

    A couple of notes, random order —

    A&H absolutely cannot release an update that would put any portion of their their deployed fleet at risk. Nor should any of us want them to. Our reputations are at stake right alongside theirs.

    Let the pre-release testers take their lumps in the silence of their NDAs. We members of the unwashed masses will be better off for it.

    I also appreciate the many free updates and additional features that have been added to the iLive firmware since inauguration. I hope A&H can continue the tradition through 2.0 and beyond.

    It is possible to restlessly wait for the release while being polite about it. I see a lot of that here. We are most definitely NOT a lynch mob. I am, however, hitting the refresh button on a browser window every couple of hours :)

    Good day, madams and sirs :) :)

    #31907
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    Same venue, but perhaps different bands? Is something else causing interference? For example — a wireless microphone or guitar system?

    In my situation I tried a 2.4GHz wireless router, only to find that the two-channels of 2.4GHz, spread-spectrum, frequency-hopping Sabine wireless owned by a particular frontman made it impossible for me to use my wireless LAN with his band.

    I know you’re working with 5GHz. Just thought I might provoke a thought.

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