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Re: Wow

Postby RBIngraham » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:31 pm

P.S. glad to see you're still with us George. Long time no hear...
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Re: Wow

Postby Craig » Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:33 pm

RBIngraham wrote:
gdougherty wrote:Wonder if you can buy into the beta? I signed up for the forums but even when logged in I can't see the private area. I'm so jealous.



Ha,ha....

Yeah the hole in the forum security that was allowing some folks to read and even post in what was supposed to be the private area has been patched. Sorry... blame Joe, he is the one that pointed out the security hole!

So Joe pointed out a bug that actually got fixed??
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Re: Wow

Postby RBIngraham » Fri Jul 18, 2014 1:07 pm

Craig wrote:So Joe pointed out a bug that actually got fixed??


Yes... amazing how that works sometimes huh?

Actually he found several bugs and he hasn't really even tried that hard yet. :)
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Re: Wow

Postby BrentEvans » Fri Jul 18, 2014 3:49 pm

gdougherty wrote:Wonder if you can buy into the beta? I signed up for the forums but even when logged in I can't see the private area. I'm so jealous.

+1 :x
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Re: Wow

Postby gdougherty » Sat Jul 19, 2014 7:54 pm

RBIngraham wrote:P.S. glad to see you're still with us George. Long time no hear...


I've been lurking, just not much to say these days. I haven't had my SAC rig out in more than half a year. I've been enjoying my X32 Rack too much to bother with it. Did finally decide not to sell the 48 channel rig in case I want to go with AMP.
http://softwareaudioconsole.wikidot.com The start of a wiki. It's slow going and there's a ton of info that should be in there yet.
Biggest item is the Command Reference on how to do most actions within SAC. It's 90% of what you need for UI proficiency.

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Re: Wow

Postby RBIngraham » Sat Jul 19, 2014 8:28 pm

gdougherty wrote:
I've been lurking, just not much to say these days. I haven't had my SAC rig out in more than half a year. I've been enjoying my X32 Rack too much to bother with it. Did finally decide not to sell the 48 channel rig in case I want to go with AMP.


Well eventually you should be able to use the AMP GUI for your X32 as well. Or drag out both the 48 channel rig and the X32 but have a single GUI that can tie them together. AMP is not just about a software mixing console. Even though that's the part I personally am most interested in. But there is separate hosts. ASIO Host is the AMP Native Audio Engine. But you should eventually be able to use an X32 Host or a Mackie DL mixer host, etc.... No idea how all that works really because I've never seen it and I don't have any of that gear to test with. But it sounds like an interesting concept. Just not sure it really has all that much commercial appeal really, except for perhaps providing a GUI that has the potential to control multiple X32 Racks or X32 Cores and make it feel like a single console. That I could see being something that has interest.
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Re: Wow

Postby gdougherty » Mon Jul 21, 2014 9:31 am

Multiple consoles is definitely an appeal. I worked out and shared a method where you could essentially submix and share via the AES50 ports but you only get 48 channels since you need to use some of them to take inputs from the submix console. If you could then control the result as a 48 channel x32 instead of using two surfaces or two sets of tablets that would be pretty sweet.
http://softwareaudioconsole.wikidot.com The start of a wiki. It's slow going and there's a ton of info that should be in there yet.
Biggest item is the Command Reference on how to do most actions within SAC. It's 90% of what you need for UI proficiency.

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