Any Midas PRO console users out there? If so, do you use the AES3 inputs? If you do, what do you use them for?I don't have any experience with AES3 and am trying to figure out if there is a way to utilize these inputs. I would like to use them for playback from an ipod, computer, etc... If it is possible, what hardware do I need?Thanks for any help.
Hey Mark....We have purchased an AES converter to do just that in cases where we are using the Pro1 surface only to gain two more inputs (or rather save two XLR for other uses). It's not perfect as the converter adds a little noise but it does work and works well for walk in music. I don't have the make and model of the converter with me but if interested can let you know later this afternoon.Good luck.
Thanks David. That's what I'm looking for. If you could find out the name of the interface that would be great.
So you're going to burn the highest quality i/o on the console for an iPod? Are you out of physical inputs?
We've had guest engineers use them to insert a digital FX device, the Lexicon PCM91 being the most common.Working as an audio dept stage hand, I've routinely encountered AES outputs used for system drive to either Dolby Lake Processors or directly to the amp racks.SPDIF can be converted to AES3. You may find your mixer being clocked from the digital playback device.
SPDIF can be converted to AES3. You may find your mixer being clocked from the digital playback device.
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