equipment - first and formost - is designed to give
you the highest sonic resolution and level-matching
control. We've centralized these features for
recording and mastering studios into the DMC-8, and
then put the headphone/talkbalk features into a
separate unit - the COMMUNICATOR
(future release). Most of our recording studio
clients already have headphones, mic pre's, eq's
etc. in place, and connect the DMC-8 as illustrated
Stereo Buss Thru outputs into 2 channels
of your console. Now return the console
mix via the "2 Track 2" input and use the
console's talkback/headphone as before.
The Stereo Buss Thru is an uninterrupted
mult of the D-A's signal - you can select
any source on the DMC-8 and the signal
going to the console does not change.
solutions with future Nautilus headphone
module - the
Connect with a
stand-alone digital recorder via analog or
DAW to D-to-A converters - take the analog
outputs into the DMC-8 Stereo Buss inputs.
Connect the Stereo Buss Thru's to the
analog inputs of your stand-alone digital
recorder. Monitor the outputs of the
digital recorder via "2 Track 1"
Connect with a
digital recorder with a stereo processor
in the audio chain.
DAW to D-to-A converters in the same way
as above, but with a stereo processor
inserted in the audio path, you can now
hear both the original signal from your
DAW and the final recorded sound from your
analog summing into a digital recorder.
configuration utilizes the COMMANDER
summing mixer's dual pair of stereo buss
analog outputs - one pair to the DMC-8,
the other to the Masterlink. Use the
insert in-out on the COMMANDER to hear the
effect of your stereo processor.
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