[LAU] About Digital I/O
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Jan 16 11:08:01 UTC 2013
On Wed, 16 Jan 2013 11:43:41 +0100, Gabriel
<gabrielsimao1234567890 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone !! I have a question here about my usb audio interface. For
> reference it is a UA 55 Quad Capture. But I'm specifically asking about
> the digital input it has. How can I use that digital input ( COAXIAL ) ?
> Can I "expand" my audio interface with two more channels coming from
> another usb interface or any outboard gear, and if that is doable, how
> can I do it ? And the outputs, what are they good for ? How can I use
> them to improve my recording workspace and gear ?
I don't know this usb device. Your digital IOs seemingly are S/PDIF, so it
might be possible to sync two or more of those USB devices by S/PDIF. You
also could use an A/D to S/PDIF converter for less money to get 2
additional analog inputs (on this list Julien does use such a device) or
if you should own e.g. a DAT recorder, you could use it's analog inputs,
assumed your device is able to use all IOs simultaneously.
You could use the outputs to connect to external gear, if you e.g. want to
master on DAT or assumed you have a converter to analog, you could use
additional outputs to send audio to an external reverb and loop it back,
since latency isn't that important when using a reverb. Etc. pp..
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