Re: [oasys-pci] How do you control your OASYS PCI?
- On 24 April 2013 07:27, michaelaldridge1984 <glide.pro@...> wrote:
> I was wondering what methods of control were favoured among the community?I have mine in a G4 Mac running 9.2.2 and send midi from my i7 iMac to it
> Treating the OASYS PCI system as a closed system or treating it as if it
> were any other piece of outboard gear?
through a Unitor8 and a MOTU MidiExpress. Still amazed at the sound this
card puts out - my favourite filters!
So outboard gear for me
with best wishes, John
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- On Thu, 25 Apr 2013, John Abram said:
> On 24 April 2013 07:27, michaelaldridge1984 <glide.pro@...> wrote:This (using a Midisport 2x2). I've also got a Creamware Pulsar in there
> > I was wondering what methods of control were favoured among the community?
> I have mine in a G4 Mac running 9.2.2 and send midi
and use ADAT lightpipe to a MOTU828 for the outputs.
The Mac's a bit noisy though, I need to think about that.
But it's casual use at the moment.
- Well I am not Sean , but I have been around since forever. I also use ADAT to ITOX dragons running Windows 98 SE, word clock in from my master clock, midi in and out through a midisport 32 , the other is running on a Roland EM 2 midi interface. The adat is connected to my Raydats. I have one dragon setup for synths and other for efx configured as external instrument and efx in cubase 8 pro.