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Old 07-29-2013, 07:48 AM
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Default Using Apogee Quartet and Rosetta

Hello People,

This is the first time for me to venture into this recording territory. I just got a new Quartet and am planning a recording session this coming Sunday. I'm planning on using my Quartet with my Rosetta (8-channel, it has the Firewire X card) and possibly my Duet 1. My questions:

1) Anybody have any experience using the Quartet (Q) and Rosetta (R)?

2) Which one would be better as the aggregate device?

3) Do I need to connect them via WC cable for syncing the clocks?

4) Any other things I need to think about?

So my first thought is to record at 96K, which would give me 12 in. If we decide that 96K is overkill then I would plug the R digitally into the Q.

Any words would be appreciated - thanks.
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