So...connecting 2 sound cards via ADAT is ok I'm assuming?
JCschild wrote:why bother just use Vienna Ensemble Pro (network based)
Steve Fogal wrote:Also my 2 sound cards each have s/pdif coax as well as word clock (what I was planning on using only at 1st originally) ...with ADAT does s/pdif or word clock still need to be used?
Steve Fogal wrote:Can they be used in combination?
Steve Fogal wrote:Or can s/pdif be used to add 2 more channels along with ADAT?
Steve Fogal wrote:I'm assuming word click is completely separate..
Steve Fogal wrote:still wondering if ADAT sends all the sync need though.
Steve Fogal wrote:Never tried system link either but from what I read vstack eliminates a need for the 2nd host to use vsti's...?
Yes, one can and one does, on a regular basis! Doing so also means you can cross the boundaries of proprietary operating systems and integrate e.g. Linux sound synthesis into Cubase, or pull stuff off ancient hardware MIDI sequencers, transfer archive material from things like Dr. T's KCS (the Amiga version, just to make it challenging) and all sorts of fun such as some of the the algorithmic composition applications written for the Atari ST back in the day.Steve Fogal wrote:Can't one just simply use a 2nd computer in the exact same way you'd use ANY piece of outboard midi gear?
Steve Fogal wrote: If just the s/pdif is enough channels fine, if I need more I'll do ADAT.
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