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Old 08-01-1999, 07:56 AM
Doug Pomeroy Doug Pomeroy is offline
Join Date: Aug 1999
Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
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Default 24 bit audio interface for use with Sound Tools II?

I do only two-track work, and would like to be able to record 24 bit audio to hard disk. I have Sound Designer II, which supports 24 bit files, but the old Digidesign Audio Interface which I have (and for which I have NEVER been able to obtain a users manual) is apparently an 18 bit converter! Is it possible for me to buy a new converter and IO card which will allow me to continue using the software I have? I suppose the answer will be a resounding NO, but it never hurts to ask. (I get the impression Digidesign has abandoned those of us who do only two-track work.)
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