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Old 10-01-2016, 06:21 AM
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Default Re: 12.6 and 32-track non-avid IO limit

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There are a few interfaces that will go beyond the 32i/o limit, such as Focusrite's Rednet HD32R and Red 4Pre and 8Pre, the Apogge Symphony I/O, Lynx Aurora, and Waves Digigrid DLI and DLS. But they require an HDX or HD Native card to operate.
Yes, but in that sense the interface to PT is HDN/HDX
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Old 10-02-2016, 11:24 AM
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Apogee's s/w lets you set what 32 I/O you want PT to see at least for the Ensemble.
Same goes for Antelope Goliath. You can flexibly matrix-route all 32 ASIO I/O. Unfortunately RME doesn't respond to such a feature request, which makes the UFX+ MADI interface basically unusable from Pro Tools. And my MADIface USB only usable on MADI channels 1-32. :-(
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Old 10-02-2016, 11:28 AM
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Default Re: 12.6 and 32-track non-avid IO limit

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The 32 io limit is for every 3rd party system, it is not a vanilla/HD thing.

max 32 if you have 3rd party interface
max 64 if you have Avid HDN
more if you have Avid HDX
To be more precise: max 32 via ASIO. Unless you have a special iLok license key to unlock 64 ASIO I/O for the Pro Tools non-HD which comes with the S3L to record/soundcheck via AVB.

Word on the street (allegedly a comment by Avid staff at a trade fair) is that Avid licensed only 32 I/O with Steinberg (who owns ASIO). I guess they have to pay more for the 64 I/O to Steinberg. Then again, crippling ASIO I/O was certainly in their product management interest too.
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Old 10-02-2016, 11:31 AM
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Default Re: 12.6 and 32-track non-avid IO limit

Pity they didn't license VST. Or that they chose not to implement it.

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To be more precise: max 32 via ASIO. Unless you have a special iLok license key to unlock 64 ASIO I/O for the Pro Tools non-HD which comes with the S3L to record/soundcheck via AVB.

Word on the street (allegedly a comment by Avid staff at a trade fair) is that Avid licensed only 32 I/O with Steinberg (who owns ASIO). I guess they have to pay more for the 64 I/O to Steinberg. Then again, crippling ASIO I/O was certainly in their product management interest too.
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