- 3rd February 2015 at 21:51 #25755Byron BinnsParticipant
I’m looking into a rehearsal/recording configuration for a client. They want multi-track recording capability, but SIMPLEST implementation possible.
Best solution is if I can put a multi-track with THROUGH capability in the channel inserts of their mixer.
Pass through it during rehearsal, push the button to record (still hearing source), push the button to play back with all mixer channels as set.
Then for “serious” recording, they’d record with the multi-track (perhaps switch to balanced direct out), and we would import the tracks to Pro Tools for editing, etc ….
Can the uTrack 24 do this??
I do realize that even if the through works, getting from the d-sub I/O to inserts would require unusual cables and/or implementing a patch bay.
Byron8th February 2015 at 18:16 #25758Tom SailorParticipant
I believe that you would be best served by the LR-16 for that. Especially when you factor in the cost of the cabling.11th February 2015 at 21:36 #25760Karl BatesParticipant
Hi, yes you can do this either by using a pair of headphones via the front socket jack to monitor a stereo mix or via a pair of powered monitors from the rear outputs.
Alternatively you can also monitor your recording as the uTrack 24 has a built-in 24-input stereo monitor mixer. This will allow you to monitor a stereo mix from the incoming channels of audio that you are recording (up to 24), while adjusting various mix parameters.
The good thing is that these adjustments will not affect the actual recording.
Hope that helps
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