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well I currently playing with a demo, so far I like the built in eq, and comps that show up automatically on the mixer. Plus the tape saturation that can be put on mix buss is cool. Other cool feathers so far are the bob kats metering option Now I wonder if there is a way to get it work as a plug in to other software and such. hmmmm.
You can use the mixbus with any daw through Jack. Not the easiest routing tho..... Cpu hungry as well.... I used to run it along with Logic, due to the routing hassle, I now run it standalone. Ardour misses for me many things in the editing department;-)I now edit in Logic, export the tracks and mix entirely in mixbus. (been using mixbus since it came)I've experienced some 'bugs' in v2, mostly due to my languagesettings. Harrison allways solve the problems and frequently updates major revisions for free.
Looks like you have to use a Jack aware plugin. AU or VST only, so no pro tools.
I really like Mixbus and think it will evolve into one the very best DAW platforms if enough users give it a try vs the usual Logic/PT/Nuendo/Cubase etc Pete
Quote from: PeteC on August 04, 2011, 05:32:32 PMI really like Mixbus and think it will evolve into one the very best DAW platforms if enough users give it a try vs the usual Logic/PT/Nuendo/Cubase etc PeteI'd go for it if it were Win compatible. But they have no intention of going that direction soooo I'll stick with Cubase.-casey
pro tools does 192 but only in the HD versions. Also what benifits do you get from doing 192 audio in mix buss when the audio you import into it is on max sample rate of 96K?
Quote from: pucho812 on August 05, 2011, 05:17:19 PMpro tools does 192 but only in the HD versions. Also what benifits do you get from doing 192 audio in mix buss when the audio you import into it is on max sample rate of 96K?My PT M-powered only does 96k. But I track a lot to DSD, then edit at 192k. I'm one of the very few still holding out for a DSD multitrack (something I can afford), or at least a visual DSD editor.
May I ask how you multi-track in dsd land.
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