M-Audio ProFire 2626 Tutorial

Howaudio’s newest tutorial is on M-Audio’s ProFire 2626 Firewire Audio Interface      05/09/08
M-Audio ProFire 2626 Tutorial


In the new HowAudio.com product SPOTLIGHT, ProFire 2626 Firewire Audio Interface, award-winning engineer Jeff Dykhouse, demonstrates how to configure and use M-Audio’s Pro Tools M-Powered-compatible audio interface, the ProFire 2626.Here’s the details in Howaudio’s own words…
The ProFire 2626 is in a class by itself. Building on a legacy of award-winning FireWire audio interfaces, the M-Audio ProFire 2626 brings next-generation performance to your PC or Mac host-based recording system. This powerful interface delivers 26 x 26 simultaneous I/O, complete with an onboard DSP mixer sourced from up to 52 audio streams. It features every kind of connection you need—including award-winning Octane™ preamp technology on all eight analog inputs, ADAT, S/PDIF, word clock and MIDI. Critically acclaimed JetPLL jitter elimination technology ensures pristine audio quality and reliable synchronization all the way up to high-definition 24-bit/192kHz resolution. In addition, ProFire 2626 offers easy FireWire connectivity, extremely low latency, dual headphone outputs, front-panel 1/4� instrument inputs and standalone operation. Pro Tools M-Powered compatible.
In this tutorial, you’ll gain insight into: Set-Up and Configuration, Compatibility with Windows and Mac, Drivers and Installation, Inputs, Outputs and using the DSP Mixer, plus Configuring with Live, Reason, Audacity, GarageBand, PEAK and System. Running Time: 0:51:27
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