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Old 11-20-2007, 04:06 AM
CosmicJunkie CosmicJunkie is offline
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Default Hardware Inserts

Hello Guys,

Am running PT HD 7.3 through 2 192 IO's, one is equipped with an additional AD card and the other an additional DA card giving me a total of 24 ins and 24 outs, both locked to an apogee big ben.

Can someone give me a easiest way to set up PT so I can stick in 2 stereo hardware eq's and 2 stereo compressors as inserts.

How would I route and them and how much delay should I expect if any considering ADC works fine.

Faisal.
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Old 11-20-2007, 04:12 AM
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Outboard Insert Setup

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