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Author Topic: Using a Recording Interface for Processing/Mixing  (Read 725 times)

Jerome Malsack

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Re: Using a Recording Interface for Processing/Mixing
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2014, 03:07:35 pm »

Throw in an IPAD, wireless router and one of these control software and your a wireless. 

http://www.teachthought.com/ipad-2/4-apps-to-use-your-ipad-as-a-second-screen/

 
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Riley Casey

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Re: Using a Recording Interface for Processing/Mixing
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2014, 05:37:12 pm »

None of the solutions in the thread thus far other than the Metric Halo MIO are things I would trust to run a live show for a 1000 people and that I only used as system matrix EQ and delay, never to mix inputs actively.  I like dedicated hardware interfaces aka mixing consoles for that.  iPads and computers work fine right up til they don't.  Rebooting in the studio is a merely nuisance, rebooting in front of a few thousand paying customers is a bit more ahhh... intense.

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Re: Using a Recording Interface for Processing/Mixing
« Reply #12 on: May 07, 2014, 07:15:11 pm »

Really? That would work well as I already have Cubase. Would you mind briefly explaining how? Turn on monitor for all the inputs?

As with any DAW you'll need the A/D interface, but that being said Cubase V5 and above was enhanced with monitor features and the ability to more seamlessly interface with Yamaha boards. RTM and you'll find quite a bit of material covering the subject. Mostly related to studio monitoring, but applicable to FOH if used for that.
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