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Old 09-08-2017, 08:57 PM
albee1952 albee1952 is offline
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Default Possible to sync/link PC-based rigs?

Now that my new rig seems to be settled in, my old 6 core rig looks lonely in the corner I got to thinking it might make a great VI host, but all my searching on linking 2 machines only relates to Mac setups. I'd love to know how to do it with 2 PC's. Any hardware requirement? I see SYNC IO boxes really cheap but Sync HD boxes are all over a grand
Asus x99, Intel i7 6800K, 32 gig DDR4, GeForce 750 Ti, HD/Native, HD IOx2, PT11HD, UAD Quad, preamps from Vintech, Five Fish Audio, Miktek, Focusrite, Chameleon Labs and Midas..............................

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