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Daisy chaining MR816x with TL Fat Track
Old 7th March 2011
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Daisy chaining MR816x with TL Fat Track

Everybody , i'm new to the forum , although i've been around for sometime reading .. very helpful.

My question is : does anyone have experience daisy chaining Steinberg MR816x with TL Audio Fat Track FW throuhg firewire?

Or could anyone shed a light on the subject in general ? Will there be any problem with daisy chaining these two devices ?

I'm using Cubase 6 64bit with Win 7 64bit .

a little help will be priceless for me .

Old 7th March 2011
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in windows you can only use one asio-device at the time, so daisy chaining doesn't make sense if you want to use both simultaneously. better connect the fattrack via analog connections and use it for summing&monitoring!
Old 7th March 2011
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Thank you for your valuable input . I was thinking to use ASIO for Steinberg and use the Fat track as extra inputs and outputs . Now i guess this is not the way it works then .

May be i should look for adat connection or something ?

thank you again
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