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Re: repeater digital output

have you tried using the digital out and some combination of either the
analog stereo out or sends to get all four tracks individually into the
computer? i mean, i know there are sound cards with 4 analog ins that could
do this, but im not sure if there are any good ones which i can afford at
the moment.

On 10/31/04 6:31 PM, "Per Boysen" <per@boysen.se> wrote:

> On Oct 31, 2004, at 12:21, joao orecchia wrote:
>> i was wondering if i plug the digital out into the digital in on an
>> external
>> sound card if i can split the four tracks or do i just get stereo.
> On Oct 31, 2004, at 15:40, Tim Nelson wrote:
>> I'm not sure, but I suspect that'd just be stereo
>> unless you used some sort of multichannel interface in
>> between the units.
> I'm sure, though, since I've tried exactly that - and it's only two
> channels, stereo.
>> I don't currently own a laptop, so I'm
>> still in the exploratory stages, but what I'm thinking
>> would be useful would be some sort of multitrack
>> sequencer to play back these short, looped wav files,
>> with a breakout box that would allow me to send the
>> various tracks to different channels so that they
>> could be processed individually.
>> Can anyone point me towards a good online resource for
>> this sort of info?
> How about this mailing list? AFAIK we're quite a lot of laptop users
> here! You might have look at Ableton Live as a suitable software since
> it is multitrack, has faders and a simple "midi learn" way of mapping
> external midi faders. Most questions about multi out/input laptop sound
> cards and break-out boxes  has been discussed at the Live forum and
> with the forum search function you can scan it for specific
> information. http://www.ableton.com/forum/
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
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