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Old 12-06-2009, 10:50 AM
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Default Advice for adding more inputs

I have an 002 and I just added Digi's Eleven Rack. I am using the 002 as machine control and am using the audio outputs of the Eleven Rack. This configuration only leaves me one mic input. Consequently, I now need to start thinking about adding more channels.


Which type of interface should I use (do I have a choice) ADAT/Lightpipe or Firewire? I've been considering Presonus (either DigiMax or FirePod). Any recommendations on products?

What are limitations to moving in this direction?

This is for my home studio and I do not want to migrate to an HD system at this time.

Thanks in advance.
-Scott
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