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post Mar 12 2012, 06:52 PM
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Yikes - my Presonus FireStudio blew up on me 2 weeks ago, which was a bummer because it was one of my more expensive purchases for that year (2 years ago). I have to check the warranty now to see about getting it replaced ~ likely out of warranty by now. I didn't want to wait a month for a replacement so I went looking for a cheap replacement ~ all the reviews I read on cheap but good AI's led me to the EMU-0404 pcie (I have a free pcie slot), so I purchased one and installed it. Install was a breeze. Routing sound tho? Oh man...

I realize now how absolutely naive I am about mixing boards and routing... Took me about 3 hours to figure out how to get sound from my card to my KRK monitor. Now I'm banging my head trying to route sound from my DAW's project I had previously mapped to Presonus. Someone shoot me now. This shouldn't be this difficult... dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif

Haha. When I get this figured out, I'm going to make a video on how to work the dang thing.



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Todd Simpson
post Mar 12 2012, 11:18 PM
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QUOTE (SirJamsalot @ Mar 12 2012, 01:52 PM) *
Yikes - my Presonus FireStudio blew up on me 2 weeks ago, which was a bummer because it was one of my more expensive purchases for that year (2 years ago). I have to check the warranty now to see about getting it replaced ~ likely out of warranty by now. I didn't want to wait a month for a replacement so I went looking for a cheap replacement ~ all the reviews I read on cheap but good AI's led me to the EMU-0404 pcie (I have a free pcie slot), so I purchased one and installed it. Install was a breeze. Routing sound tho? Oh man...

I realize now how absolutely naive I am about mixing boards and routing... Took me about 3 hours to figure out how to get sound from my card to my KRK monitor. Now I'm banging my head trying to route sound from my DAW's project I had previously mapped to Presonus. Someone shoot me now. This shouldn't be this difficult... dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif dry.gif

Haha. When I get this figured out, I'm going to make a video on how to work the dang thing.


The EMU is a nice bit of kit smile.gif It has very low if any latency as it's hardware connected to your motherboard. But yeah, routing can be an issue. Here is a vid about routing.



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post Mar 13 2012, 09:34 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 12 2012, 03:18 PM) *
The EMU is a nice bit of kit smile.gif It has very low if any latency as it's hardware connected to your motherboard. But yeah, routing can be an issue. Here is a vid about routing.



Thanks Todd! I actually saw this guys video on effects - which is a later tutorial. didn't realize it was a series that covered routing. This was perfect. All questions answered!

Chris!


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