] [Thread Prev
Re: Audio Interface options for recording loops
I have seen really long fire wire cables for such things, if you are
interested. I can't imagine my music and my computer in separate rooms,
they are one!
On Sunday, July 21, 2002, at 08:45 PM, Mark Hamburg wrote:
> Nutty, yes. On the other hand, the computer is in a different room and
> carrying ZIPs seems more practical than running a really long Firewire
> I have been eyeing an 828 if the computer and music equipment ever end
> up in
> the same room.
> on 7/15/02 8:47 PM, Mark Sottilaro at email@example.com wrote:
>> What what what? That's nutty!
>> I'd advise any person of the Mac persuasion to save your pennies and
>> pick up a nice Mark of the Unicorn 828 Firewire interface. They're
>> working on OSX version of Digital Performer and drivers, but until then
>> it's a sweet single rack solution for getting 24 bit audio into your
>> Mac. Plus, it's designed to work flawlessly with Digital Performer 3,
>> which is a great little program, IMO. The great thing about MOTU is
>> that they're the only ones that do a complete system, as far as I know.
>> Audio interface, MIDI interface, software.
>> Stereo in is nice, but there were too many times I wanted to record
>> multiple stereo signals from different devices (sometimes coming from
>> different people, even!) so I'd recommend waiting and going for 4
>> Mark Sottilaro
>> On Monday, July 15, 2002, at 08:24 PM, Mark Hamburg wrote:
>>> P.S. My audio input to my Mac: SP-808 to ZIP disk into the iBook via a
>>> ZIP drive. A bit convoluted.