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I saw the pictures of your studio desk and i think you did a terrific job, i really feel in love with it! I was wondering if you would be kind enough to share the plans with me, i know it's a lot to ask from someone you don't know but i would really appreciate,
I'm about to 'renew' my control room furniture and was looking around for ideas... I saw your post in http://www.gearslutz.com/board/so-mu...-bought-7.html and fell in love, really nice desk! Would you mind sending me some plans if you have, or maybe some additional pics. I'd be eternally grateful.
Thinking about redoing the studio furniture and looking around online when I found the pic of your rig. Thought immediately that it was a great example of what I had in mind. Also happens that my mixer is a Soundcraft Delta. With the sides removed. Ha!
Do you have any additional pics or other info on the desk/racks you built, that you would be willing to share?
I found you post about using Alesis HD24XR with RME HDSP 9652. Please assist me a bit. I also have Alesis HD24XR and MOTU 828 mk3. Do you work with Alesis at high sample rate 88.2-96kHz? I found Alesis HD24XR can be clocked with high sample rate only by internal clocking or via ADAT. But all the time I try to use Alesis HD24XR as convertor at high sample rate I have issue with the sound: there is high frequencies loss and it is to much audible to ears. It sound much worse than at 48kHz. When I place the same audio files from DAW to HD24's hard drive and play it from HD24 (in this case HD24 has internal clock synchronization to 96kHz) just like from player all sound perfect as have to. I wrote to Alesis already many times but still no answer. Do you think it's a problem with MOTU ADAT or Alesis HD24XR doesn't work as convertor at high sample rate only as player? What is your experience? And if you work with it at high sample rate how do you clock it?