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RME HDSP AES-32
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Applies to:

RME HDSP AES-32

Author/Supplier:

RME

Category:

Audio

Requirements:

Windows XP

File Size:

369 KB

File Name:

w2dsp_294.zip

Release Date:

15.12.2005

Version:

2.94(6)

Last Updated:

03.11.2011

Download:

RME HDSP AES-32

Rating:


3.5
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Type: Audio Interface
  • Interface: PCI card with AES/EBU interfaces
  • Features: 16 input channels/ 16 output channels
  • Port: 2 x MIDI I/O
  • Input / Output: 8 x AES, 2 x MIDI, word clock (BNC)

Description:

The RME HDSP AES-32 is a short-length PCI card featuring 16 input and 16 output channels, ‘Steady Clock’ for higher jitter suppression and clock regeneration, a 192 kHz sample rate, two MIDI I/O ports, and an RME remote. This audio card is a good fit for professionals looking for a PCI card for professional studio usage. The RME HDSP AES-32 also features native support for double and quad wire transfer and a software suite among other features.

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The process of multitrack recording or mutitracking was actually conceived in 1955 with the first development of an 8-track machine in the same year by Ross Snyder. This first 8-track recorder was sold at $10,000 and was adapted by Patti Page and Mary Ford at some time in the 1950s for instruments and vocal enhancement. By the year 2000, a large number of performers had already recorded their albums only through the use of a personal computer and other audio interfaces.