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Description

The Emagic AMT8 is a professional MIDI interface designed for future-proof live and studio applications in 1997, and has proven itself as such. Created by the same company that originally created the ubiquitous DAW Logic, the AMT8 boasts 8 MIDI inputs and outputs, with expandability up to 64 ins/outs for a total of 1024 MIDI channels. The bright LED indicator lights provide real-time feedback for all 8 channels, easily viewable in both hectic concert scenarios and hectic studio sessions.

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MIDI: Out vs. Thru

...awesome, but ditched it when I moved to a Mac in like 2001 and ended up with a USB Emagic AMT8 which is basically the same thing, only aside from serial ports, its USB.. Im shocked Apple is still supporting it in OS X, but its never given me a single issue in the...

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Workflow U-turns, gear churn

...timing. With USB MIDI on DAWs, you have to hope that everything arrives kind of in time. Exceptions are the Emagic AMT8 (for Logic) and the Steinberg Midex 8 (for Cubase) and the MOTU stuff (for Digital Performer), and all but the MOTU interfaces have been retired because there's apparently really no money in it. Ataris...

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Workflow U-turns, gear churn

Well my midi setup is not terrible. I have a kawai mav-8 and a um880, and they seem to have decent performance. My main midi out is through my RME hdspe AIO pcie card. So the mpc 4000 Will do a better job of delivering midi to my hardware synths but not by some huge...

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