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Although I wish it had more built in pre-amps, it does everything I really need it to do most of which is to run Pro Tools with. This unit is used in major studios all across the world, and after using it I See why. As the only runs with Pro Tools, I have had no option of trying it with another type of software. I’d much rather pickup a Makie onyx board or some other equivalent unit for half that price. Many inputs and outputs on the FW. Namely, despite its good quality, this equipment is aging and no longer supported which is largely lowered its rating.
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More updated driver, Avid considers the machine obsolete. With the newer units the problem has been fixed. Sort by most recent most useful. No complaints at all with this one!
I ran it into an ancient mac book and used the version of protools that came with it.
The raci is pretty easy to read, too, in case it’s too confusing, though it shouldn’t be. Output I use a Presonus Central Station that allows me to select different plays and juggling different sources, particularly useful to avoid latency when monitoring Digi while shooting. I have slowly upgraded my interfaces, and haven’t tried any that are around this price range other than this one. Pro Tools is not easy to understand right away, it will take some time.
As for the setup, it was really simple. Analog, digital, and MIDI capabilities with dedicated monitor and headphone outputs.
As the only runs with Pro Tools, I have had no option of trying it with another type of software. I have heard it doesn’t work as well with a PC, but I have no experience with that. Subscribe digidesibn our free newsletter Subscribe. Many inputs and outputs on the FW. Every function that the interface can handle is accessible and easy to use.
Did you find this review helpful? But I am sure the manual will clear up any questions or concerns you might have. You probably wont find anything better on the market that can fit in your rack at home. Simple enough that I did not need the manual. Namely, despite its good quality, this equipment is aging and no longer supported which is largely lowered its rating.
I wouldn’t say anything was missing. There are some small differences between the two. In most cases and for most users, the Digi is fitted satisfactorily and allows recordings of excellent quality without using the additional gear.
There was some latency, but the unit allows you to directly monitor the signal with the monitor and headphone outs which means latency is a moot point.
But the DigiDesign Rack will cause you no problems setting it up. I never had a need to consult the manual, so I cannot comment. Buttons diggidesign facade do not look anything but devilish practice.
Digi Rack, FireWire audio interface from Digidesign. So I’m not sure I would do digiddesign choice today, because at the same price, you can find much better!
For that price yes. The feature on and in this unit are well thought out and placed. All in all, I’m very happy with my and I would arck it to anyone looking to do multi-track recording with Pro Tools.
My choice was on these interfaces especially because I was using ProTools studio for several years. Digidesign does create other audio interfaces that can be used on several platforms though.
The interface isn’t great but it works fine.