Mark, the Captcha goes away after a couple of posts. It's to make sure you're reasonably human...Remember that the X32 was designed primarily to be a LIVE mixer with some recording capability. Over at SoundForums.net there is a 204 page thread on the X32, and about half the post are from guys that have DAW interface issues, complain about sampling rates... but the recording stuff isn't part of the main feature set of the mixer.Sorry it doesn't meet you needs, perhaps you'd like to look at Music Group's other line... Midas.
Re: X32... that's what Behringer tells me. But then, so was the DCX2496 intended to be a live sound loudspeaker manager, but it has a 24/96 mode of operation, which, IMHO, sounds considerably cleaner than it's 44K mode.
Okay, here we go, fifth attempt at posting through this captcha crap:When the X32 was announced, I was briefly excited because of the ability to record the mix to a USB drive.My current system at the time (until the black box died) was a MOTU 896 Original and a Sony GRX560 laptop as DAW. That rig worked great and served me well for eight years, but was getting long in the tooth. So when the Behringer was announced, I was all ears.A board that could record as many channels as I needed for a classical concert with flown mics? Great! It could record to USB thumb drives? Magnificent!But then I started asking questions. Could it record 24-bit/96KHz sample depths/rates? After much prodding, the folks at Behringer admitted this was a 16 bit 44KHz system. Darn!When they come out with a 24/96 version of this, I'll be very interested.In the meantime, I'm battling it out with a new MOTU 896mk3H, and a Lenovo W500, running USB mode since the laptop's firewire port doesn't see the new MOTU (nor does my old laptop). A simple solution in one piece like the X32 would have been nice, if it supported the sample rates I need.
true on that, the recording is less stressfull. I add in a pair of presonus blue max compressors and run them as limiters for the four inputs on my M-Audio Quattro. Having the safety of a limiter also makes recording live a pleasure.
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