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Merging Anubis
Old 1st August 2019
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Old 1st August 2019
  #422
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Originally Posted by David Spearritt View Post
Release notes, for those interested:

https://www.merging.com/uploads/asse...se%20Notes.pdf
Old 2nd August 2019
  #423
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Hey guys I'm on the waiting list for a demo the specs look fantastic. I'm not a pro like most here just want this for recording needledrops. Thought I wanted the premium model but Pyramix Native Pro is simply not practical for someone like me. Are there any reasonable options for recording and playback of DSD files?
Old 3rd August 2019
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Originally Posted by Ghost Rider View Post
Hey guys I'm on the waiting list for a demo the specs look fantastic. I'm not a pro like most here just want this for recording needledrops. Thought I wanted the premium model but Pyramix Native Pro is simply not practical for someone like me. Are there any reasonable options for recording and playback of DSD files?

In the current product...

DA3000 is cheaper and flexible choice.
https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...tascam-da-3000
Rather the function as a PCM recorder is very substantial.
I recommend this one.

If you want to go to field,
this is not bad choice (Function is good but input is poor)
https://www.sony.jp/ic-recorder/prod...100/index.html

This is cheapest choice.
and ideal for beginners.
https://www.korg.com/jp/products/audio/ds_dac_10r/

KORG's MR-1000 is recommended too, if you don't mind it was used.
Old 3rd August 2019
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and if you want a software, this is free and flexible to needle drop archiving.
https://www.korg.com/jp/products/audio/audiogate4/
Old 3rd August 2019
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Originally Posted by INARI View Post
and if you want a software, this is free and flexible to needle drop archiving.
https://www.korg.com/jp/products/audio/audiogate4/
This software looks very good.
It's my belief that the Anubis will (hopefully) improve my 24/96 needle drops. DSD is not a viable option for me, but being able to play with it would be cool. I want to be able to listen to DSD downloads and pass them through the Anubis.

Anyone using the Korg software with the Anubis please post your experiences.

Searching the software on my phone is somewhat limited. I did see the free version converts DSD playback to PCM 48. I was not able to find the cost of the full version.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Has anyone tested the Anubis or the Ravenna ASIO driver or other audio devices with AMD processors and mother boards.
It looks like it will be several months before I can even test one.
I received an email from Merging technologies basically saying they only tested Intel processors.

My guess is after waiting months it won't even work being mine is 10 years old. It may be time to build a new machine.
Old 3 weeks ago
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I no longer have an Anubis. The driver support was just not reliable enough at this stage and the JRiver solution seems quite convoluted. You could also try the free trial of LAWO R3LAY and just reset your "demo" every 20 minutes unless you feel like paying a few hundred for the software driver.
what were u using Anubis for ? n do u have Windows mac....saw?
Old 3 weeks ago
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what were u using Anubis for ? n do u have Windows mac....saw?
I was attempting to use it as a professional audio interface for tracking/mixing (currently using RME hardware). PC running Windows with Nuendo/Pro Tools as the main DAWs.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by Ghost Rider View Post
Has anyone tested the Anubis or the Ravenna ASIO driver or other audio devices with AMD processors and mother boards.
It looks like it will be several months before I can even test one.
I received an email from Merging technologies basically saying they only tested Intel processors.

My guess is after waiting months it won't even work being mine is 10 years old. It may be time to build a new machine.
I think Intel has better latency performance.
However, so far so good for now @Ryzen TR 2970WX/ASRock X399 Taichi.
It stable just like i7 6700K desktop and i7 8809G NUC of other myown.

I don't think there is any difference in 32in32out.
Perhaps differences may appear when increase channels and reduce latency.
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Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by INARI View Post
I think Intel has better latency performance.
However, so far so good for now @Ryzen TR 2970WX/ASRock X399 Taichi.
It stable just like i7 6700K desktop and i7 8809G NUC of other myown.

I don't think there is any difference in 32in32out.
Perhaps differences may appear when increase channels and reduce latency.
Thanks I am thinking of building a new machine. I went to Merging's site at the top of the list is a Gigabyte MB with I7 6700 quad core processor. For years I have been a AMD guy I always felt at the time you get more for your money. Are you saying you use an Anubis with a Ryzen?

I have a video computer that uses a AMD fx 8core processor I find it to be sluggish with video processing.

I'm interested in Ryzen. So I will do some digging.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Yes, I using Ryzen 2970WX for video and sound production.

From this benchmark result, it may be said Ryzen's latency problem is almost solved in Zen2.
https://www.scanproaudio.info/2019/0...-magic-number/
Old 3 weeks ago
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Yes, I using Ryzen 2970WX for video and sound production.

From this benchmark result, it may be said Ryzen's latency problem is almost solved in Zen2.
https://www.scanproaudio.info/2019/0...-magic-number/
I googled your processor and for what I'm doing I'm looking at the Ryzen at the other end of the spectrum. Seriously I'm just going to be recording vinyl.
Old 1 week ago
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Really? I tested the 16 core ryzen on OT n it was fiawless....

what do u have .... v12 or Masscore extended...can u handle VST n vst3s like 4 pluging Izotope per tracj? ?


QUOTE=INARI;14158727]I think Intel has better latency performance.
However, so far so good for now @Ryzen TR 2970WX/ASRock X399 Taichi.
It stable just like i7 6700K desktop and i7 8809G NUC of other myown.

I don't think there is any difference in 32in32out.
Perhaps differences may appear when increase channels and reduce latency.[/QUOTE]
Old 1 week ago
  #435
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Mark,

how many vst n vst3 such as izotope, you can place in v12 or Masscore on each track before the DAW locks up?

I am having trouble with v12 n looking into Masscore extended Thank you


Quote:
Originally Posted by mpdonahue View Post
Is there a reason you are running on AES67 instead of Ravenna?
Unless you have other AES67 devices on the network, you will be better off to choose 16/32/64.
Also, have you tried to right click on the orange box at the top and choose "Delete Receiver"? Try this and then re-connect.
All the best,
-mark
Old 1 week ago
  #436
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so while listening to music via phones on the anubis on a test device, i wonder what you guys think. whats the big plus on this ?
Do you hear a difference in quality to rme or apollo?
is it its ravenna protocol?
Or is there something i am missing?

I have the slight feeling of not getting the hype
Old 1 week ago
  #437
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Yesterday I got a Anubis demo set up. On my new i7 machine, works well. My review will be basically my perception of the audio quality. I'm not an expert or engineer like many of you.
The first thing I did was play some files. The DAC definitely sounds different from what I'm used to. The piano seemed to ring more distinctly. Highs were possibly brighter or more focused. Everything I played sounded different possibly better. Then I recorded a needle drop listening to the vinyl, immediately listening to the recorded file. Yesterday my impression was that the recorded file sounds more dynamic than the vinyl sounded. Today on a different record my impression is that they sound pretty much the same.
When listening to the needle drops compared to the ones I recorded with the Focusrite Forte the difference is less distinguishable listening with the headphones. The headphone output is a considerable improvement over the Forte.

Aside from that it seems well built a little heavy which is nice having heavy cables plugged into it. There is a learning curve once I got the basic functions figured out I like working with it.

So if I decide that I like how the DAC sounds, different is not always better I will get one.
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