My hope is Dan will design plug-ins for Avid. While this has other up-front costs, there is no hardware to design, integrate, fabricate or support.
There are different DSP and software standards to meet. There is a big market for Avid plug ins because there is also the DAW market to sell to. An automixer will likely also eat up a lot of DSP power.Mac
How long would you need the LS9 for? I'm down for trading usage for the final product. -Ray
Oh I really wish he would!Andrew's "automoxer" program for the LS9 actually works pretty well, HOWEVER there are a few bugs and the program occationally crashes. The good news is, once set up and running, I've never had the program crash PROVIDED I did not make any parameter changes within the program during an event. So, the key is, set it up the program how you want it, and don't touch a thing during the show! You can do whatever you want on the LS9, but leave the computer alone.Tom
Interesting, JR. That, coupled with the idea of using an aux for the "summed" level instead of calculating the sum of each channel level might make for a better mousetrap.
Slight topic veer... to install/contractor stuff.The patent expired early 90's... does anyone know what products use the same tech/algorithms or whatever they are?There's a myriad of "configurable" devices out there (Rane, Symetrix, Media Matrix, BiAmp) as well as standalone items like the Rane AM series. Just wondering which uses what tech. Guessing they can't mention "Dugan" without paying him, but can use the expired patent tech.
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