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Old 11-16-2001, 08:26 PM
Kenny Gioia Kenny Gioia is offline
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Default From System to System

I have a Mix Plus system at my Studio.

I also have a Mix Plus system at home.

The problem is my Studio has an 888 and a 1622 (In that order) and my home has just a 1622.

From system to system my sessions inputs and outputs don't line up.

I don't expect this situation to be perfect but I thought maybe some of you had any suggestions of making this easier.
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Old 11-17-2001, 02:33 AM
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this may seem stupid and i don't own a 1622 but couldn't you just rearrange you studio set up so that 1622 is first and the 888 is second. That way your 1622 i/o's would always line up
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Old 11-17-2001, 03:09 AM
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Default Re: From System to System

I am *slowly* discovering how flexible the new I/O functions in 5.1.1 are.
I recently discovered you could select several io's, and simply drag them from one interface to the other. Makes adapting from one system to the other relatively simple

Mark
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Old 11-17-2001, 06:07 AM
Rob Macomber Rob Macomber is offline
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Default Re: From System to System

In the I/O setup...you can also quickly change analog/digital input ( in pairs) on multiple i/os....instead of in hardware setup.

to answer your question: save a preprogrammed i/o setup file that remaps the particular i/os to other i/os. The I/O setup dialog can basically work like a digital patchbay between PT and your i/os. I haven't actually used it for your application.....but it should work.

Rob
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Old 11-17-2001, 04:24 PM
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I'm not sure that swapping interfaces could be a problem. The thing is, you should somehow tweak in/out calibration of 1622. I have the same problem with 882/20 which is set up for -14 dB FS reference level, while 888/24s are set up for -20 dBFS. I hate the idea of working with just 14 dB of headroom, so the solution of tweaking 888 up doesn't work for me. Maybe you can get away with it. BTW, the same problem is with TASCAM DA 78, which is my master recorder for 5.1 mixes.
Maybe Digi can tell us where are those resistors inside 1622 and 882 that need to be changed....
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