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Lavry - Can I do this?
Old 26th January 2009
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Lavry - Can I do this?

Hey all! Could someone tell me what I'm doing wrong, or if this can (should) be done. I'm wanting to mixdown (in Samplitude) using my Lavery Blue AD/DA. I sent a digital line out to lavry, jumped to the AD side and back to Samplitude using Lavery's dithering on, with a stereo track armed to record. There has to be some kind of loop somewhere because I'm getting this doubled, phasey, funky thing going on in the newly recorded track. Could someone give me a word of advice? Thanks!
Old 26th January 2009
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Originally Posted by jhagerty ➡️
Hey all! Could someone tell me what I'm doing wrong, or if this can (should) be done. I'm wanting to mixdown (in Samplitude) using my Lavery Blue AD/DA. I sent a digital line out to lavry, jumped to the AD side and back to Samplitude using Lavery's dithering on, with a stereo track armed to record. There has to be some kind of loop somewhere because I'm getting this doubled, phasey, funky thing going on in the newly recorded track. Could someone give me a word of advice? Thanks!
Your post is kinda of confusing. If you want to mixdown in Samplitude, that means your staying in the box. So nothing is going out of the box. Digital signals don't have to be convetered as they are already in digital. In Samp they have a external effects setup, where you can assign outputs of your converter to the external effect. It even addresses latency by sending a ping out to detect how long of a latency you will have. You need at least 4 in's and out's on your converter as your main output will usually be 1 & 2.
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This may seem obvious, but make sure you're not listening to the dithered track and the original at the same time, they'll be a sample shift in the dithered one that'll will cause the "phasiness" you're hearing. Also, make sure you're not monitoring the Lavry inputs while you're recording it will create phase weirdness. And make sure you unpatch the A/D or have the monitoring turned off when you're playing back the dithered track.
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