- 15th December 2016 at 07:27 #27695
I’m new to the utrack x32. Can I record separate tracks to a USB drive on my utrack USB drive and then play the tracks back on my console directly from that same drive and mix them down, adding effects and Eq etc.? Like a virtual sound check? Can I then record the stereo 2track on the USB thumb drive on the surface of my console (as I’m mixing) just like I would record a live show in the past? I have no DAW to export files to currently. My old DAW is a Yamaha AW4416 and it was before USB was used.
Jeff15th December 2016 at 10:53 #27696
Hi Jeff ,
The uTrack-X32 records to multichannel wav file, the channel count all the time 32 channels.
Yes you can playback the recording on your console you need to change the routing then.
Where you playing back the content the tracks will plays back separated channels on your console if you wish you can mix them or you can add effects EQ etc to each track pretty similar like when you connect microphone to each input but you cannot record the downmix because playing back and recording not possible in the same time.15th December 2016 at 18:15 #27697
If the card works independently of the console, why can I not play back on the card from attached drive and then record the stereo track with a second drive on the console face like the Midas M32 normally does anyway? I do not understand. Will the USB drive on the console face become disabled while playing back and mixing from the UTRACK X32? If so, I really don’t think I need to keep this card. Maybe I should send it back.
Jeff16th December 2016 at 12:21 #27698
There’s some misunderstanding.
I said you cannot playback and record in the same time with the uTrack-X32 card.
If you are using the card for playback you can still use the Midas console stereo recording feature. This feature does not depend on the uTrack-X32 card.20th February 2017 at 08:18 #28045
I have tried this (mixing down a stereo track to USB on the Midas M32) and it works great. It appears to mix down to a high-quality WAV file. Very cool!
Jeff1st October 2018 at 14:16 #41920SalvatoreParticipant
Hi, why are not the effects on the recording?1st October 2018 at 15:28 #41922
If you set up the recording from the input channels of the console, the routing take the signal right after the gain control, so no effects, no dynamics or fader, mute are applied on the signal. This is how the mixing console routing is done.2nd October 2018 at 11:57 #41934SalvatoreParticipant
can you explain to me step by step what should I do? thank you2nd October 2018 at 13:19 #41937
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