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Sound Devices MixPre-10T Recorders, Players & Tape Machines
Old 1 week ago
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@bwanajim Interesting that Sound Devices claims they haven't heard of this before. I had an email exchange with Danny at SD support over this exact issue last August (of 2017). At the time he wrote back to me:

"Wow, we just tested, and apparently via USB, ISO's are only available post-fade. I will definitely pass this question along to product development and firmware people!"

So I'd add my +1 to get as many voices requesting this feature as possible as apparently the first time didn't stick.

-Mike
Old 6 days ago
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Yes ISO’s should be pre-fade, just like they
are in the 788.
Old 6 days ago
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To be clear, ISOs recorded on the recorder’s SD drive are pre-fade. What we’re talking about here are the USB sends. When using the MixPre10t as an interface, post fade is sent to your computer via USB.

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Yes ISO’s should be pre-fade, just like they
are in the 788.
Old 2 days ago
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Old 2 days ago
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Well, I hope it’s soon. I’ve got a Sennheiser AMBEO burning a hole in my mic locker!
According to the press release, they were demoing firmware v. 3 at IBC so it's got to be coming out soon.
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