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Pro tools 9 and outboard mastering question.... Equalisers (HW)
Old 23rd December 2010
Gear Maniac

Pro tools 9 and outboard mastering question....

ok, so i know several ways to hook this up but im wondering what YOU guys would suggest just as some other things to try.

gear involved and goal:

pro tools 9 running HD through either apogee ad16x or lynx aurora 16 (i have both so either, or)
manley massive passive
ssl greyface buss comp

obviously the goal is to master. how would YOU route the chain and also how would you route it in pro tools. there are several ways. im curious to which you guys feel is best/ most effecient. (i.e. just an insert on the master channel), bussing everything to the output and back in to a seperate master etc etc)

let me know, looking to try this out . ill even post results if you like.

Old 23rd December 2010
Gear Maniac

oh and in addition, yes the lynx s 16 i/o and the apogee is only ins. the outs for that would be through a digi 192.
Old 23rd December 2010
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Just import your mix into a stereo track and set up an analog I/O as an insert.
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