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Re: repeater digital output

On Oct 31, 2004, at 20:14, joao orecchia wrote:

> 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?

Yes. But "all four tracks individually into the computer" is only 
possible by using the analog outputs of the Repeater. The digital 
output is a stereo mix of how you set the physical faders on the 
Repeaters front panel.

> 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.

I was able to separate all four tracks of the Repeater, plus one EDP 
channel, by this trick:

I recorded (into a computer) my source audio AND the midi used to 
control both the Repeater and the EDP. Then I "rewinded" the computer 
and played the source audio AND midi into the Repeater while recording 
Repeater track 1 into the computer. After that I did the same thing 
with the other three tracks. The process was not fast, but I ended up 
with exactly the same four Repeater tracks and live manipulation 
originally performed, now separated on four different channels on the 
computer audio mulitrack software.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
http://www.looproom.com (international)
http://www.boysen.se (Swedish site)