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Old 01-24-2005, 01:09 PM
GoneIndie GoneIndie is offline
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Default aes/ebu bounce offset

Hey All,

In a 192 session I was trying to save processing by bouncing tracks down. The only way that sounded right was to make a short aes/ebu db25 - db25 patch cable and bounce the tracks down that way. Is there any way to determine what the offset of the bounced tracks is?

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