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  1. Thread: possible ?

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    Re: possible ?

    No, the Ui16 doesn’t have any direct computer connection that would allow it to be used as an audio interface.
  2. Re: Export Tracks to Soundfiles with Processing ??

    i believe it includes effects, gates, compression on the specific channel, but it wouldn’t include aux’s as those are not track/channel specific.
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    Re: Anybody using Win 11?

    I can't think of a single reason to use windows 11 at this point in time for any critical applicaitons/functions.

    Windows 11 is not a fully released product with continually moving parts and as...
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    Re: OT - 9 volt Batteries and Musical Devices

    Not sure I'd bet on that leakage record. The power density and usable shelf life are also heavily in favor of alkaline chemistries.

    "While an alkaline battery can last for as long as 7 years, zinc...
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    Re: OT - 9 volt Batteries and Musical Devices

    Battery chemistry determines the voltage produced. (See https://batteryuniversity.com/article/bu-303-confusion-with-voltages)

    Lead Acid cells which is what all AA, AAA, C, D, 9V batteries are...
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    Re: SAW 32 bit compatibility with Win 10 64 bit

    I have lots of SAW32 files from various versions of SAW32 and have not had any issue opening in SAW64 other than missing plug-ins.
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    Re: OT: Buffer Settings

    Here is the information direct from Bob, in response to my question "For example... is the latency of the system for a 2x32 setting the same as a 1x64 setting?"
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    Re: OT: Buffer Settings

    Buffer size will have a huge impact on CPU load. Its an inverse relationship. The smaller the buffer size the higher the CPU load, so a buffer size of 64 will have a significantly higher CPU load...
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    Re: OT: Buffer Settings

    There is a thread somewhere here where Bob provided this information.

    When SAW/SAC is used together, SAC does all the heavy low latency lifting and SAW studio is automatically adjusted configured...
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    Re: OT: Buffer Settings

    here is a latency chart I posted a while back (times are in milliseconds). I run 1x64 but will be looking to see if I can get 1x32 stable on a new build I'm working on.
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    Re: Can SS output more than 48 audio channels?

    Hi Dave,

    yes, your missing the page down arrow on the Audio Device Setup Dialog. There are two pages of 12 stereo assignments. 24 stereo outputs or 48 channels.
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    Re: Can SS output more than 48 audio channels?

    Yes, looks like your correct. When I checked my studio system earlier I thought I saw 48 outputs, but I just double checked and its 24.




    Not judging, but I'm always curious what exactly...
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    Re: Can SS output more than 48 audio channels?

    SAC has 25 ganged/linked consoles. Each console can independently output 8 master stereo outs. That's 8x25 or 200 stereo outputs. it would require some careful routing across all 25 consoles, but...
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    Re: Test your routing knowledge

    I don't believe there is any specific definition for PAN that includes Pan Law. Pan law is an attempt to even out the level of the sound as it travels across the stereo field, but the specific...
  15. Re: WTHOT: new thing: unexpected browser window pop-ups

    Hi Dave,

    You've described two different things

    1. browser redirect in chrome on your home computer also happening on your moms computer when logged into your chrome account.

    2. browser...
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    Re: OT: Wave File Player

    Depends a lot on your system configuration.

    I'm using RME PCI cards that have SPDIF input/output headers on the card. You can do a loopback allowing system sounds to be routed back to SAW/SAC, so...
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    Re: OT: UPS question

    No you can't. The batteries are toast. pulling the cord to the ups will shut off anything attached to it.

    The question posed is will a short duration dip trip the UPS and shut off anything...
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    Re: OT: UPS question

    The self test should actually be a full system test. It is supposed to switch the live load over to batter power and check the condition of the battery and inverter circuitry, as that is really the...
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    Re: OT: UPS question

    you don’t need to do anything other than the self test on a periodic basis.

    the more expensive units will do this all by themselves to ensure that they are working properly and that the batteries...
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    Re: OT: UPS question

    Four years is a long time for batteries in a UPS. I have to replace my APC batteries every 2-3 years.

    As suggested you should run the self test to check current battery status. Actually a little...
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    Re: New Thing: "Path Does Not Exist!"

    +1 (was just about to make almost the exact same comment)
  22. Re: Whichi Is More Efficient? Using Output Or Return Tracks For SubMixes?

    Even though you have 64GB of RAM 32bit programs will generally be limited to 2GB max.

    "The 32-bit limit generally means 2 GB of RAM per process. Many processes run well with ***8220;LARGE ADDRESS...
  23. Re: Whichi Is More Efficient? Using Output Or Return Tracks For SubMixes?

    since your not running anything real-time, try increasing the samples to 1024. this should reduce the processing load.

    I don't know what the RAM requirements are for the VSTs you are using, but...
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    Re: OT: Motherboards

    Small for factor works, but there are some considerations.

    1. Limited PCI slots
    make sure you know how your going to connect to your outboard gear. If you want to make use of PCI buss options,...
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    Re: Audio for Video Issue

    Clocks circuits in most gear these days should be stable enough to free run and not drift more than 1 frame in 8 to 10 hours.

    Its extremely common to jam sync camera's and audio recorders at the...
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