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Important Question Regarding O1V96V2 From Yamaha
Old 2nd March 2014
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Important Question Regarding O1V96V2 From Yamaha

Hi guys,

Today is a good day because i will be picking up a Yamaha O1V96V2 Console.
I am buying this from someone and it comes with :

- MY8AT eight-channel ADAT I/O card
- 4 ADAT cable to connect Soundcard with Desk
- M-Audio light-bridge Interface

Now my question is as following,
Will i be able to use this desk in a way that for example i can send my vst instruments from my DAW to the mixer and that it gets send back to my daw after some processing on Yamaha board itself ?
Does the ADAT stuff support that ?

I am running Studio One Pro from Presonus

If somebody could tell me if this is possible i would be really happy

Also currently i am using a Saffire Pro 24DSP as main interface, so i think i wont use that then anymore correct ?

Thanks for your time and answers, picking it up tonight so hope to get a answer or 2 before.

I am paying 1000 euro for this complete set.
Old 2nd March 2014
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Anybody ? :(
Old 3rd March 2014 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by Stache ➡️
Anybody ? :(
To tell you the truth - I'm not clear on why you would route the audio the way you're describing. The yamaha has processing in it - but it is not any better than what you can use in the box.

The strength of the set-up you're describing would be in handling outboard instruments on the way into your DAW and in that case your DSP24 would still remain as your main interface for your DAW. The O1V would still need to have it's digital clock slaved to your DAW as well.

Your DAW can be used to run automation to the O1V via midi - which can be very powerful when using hardware synths and when you want to use real faders for automation moves into your DAW.

The O1v will do a decent job getting rough mic sources tamed ( eq'd - compressed - gated ) before hitting the convertors. That can come in handy when tracking bands.
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