Yamaha M7CL-48ES Gets 64-Channel Recording

AuviTran ASIO Streamer support allows up to 64 channels of direct recording to Steinberg Cubase and Nuendo      13/09/10
Yamaha M7CL-48ES Gets 64-Channel Recording


Yamaha tell us that they have introduced AuviTran ASIO Streamer support for the M7CL-48ES digital mixing console, which allows up to 64 channels of direct recording to Steinberg products such as Cubase and Nuendo. Here's what they have to say about it...
Making high quality live multitrack recording easier than ever before, the AuviTran ASIO Streamer brings EtherSound and Steinberg's ASIO digital audio standards together, making it easy to add high-quality digital live recording and playback to EtherSound capable sound systems.
A single CAT5e Ethernet cable connected between the M7CL-48ES and a computer running Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo or similar DAW software allows simultaneous recording of up to 64 channels, sufficient to handle the 48 inputs to three SB168-ES digital stage boxes, plus 16 further channels from the console itself.
The system uses the 'third' Ethersound port on the M7CL-48ES, meaning no additional interface is required. Up to 48 channels can be simultaneously played back, making it the ideal system for virtual soundchecking.
"Despite only being launched this year, the M7CL-48ES has already proved a tremendous success and provides the opportunity to develop many additional facilities that Yamaha users have requested," says Nick Cook, European Marketing Director at Yamaha Commercial Audio Europe. "Providing support for the AuviTran ASIO Streamer is one of the first of those developments."
AuviTran ASIO Streamer also allows any compatible Yamaha device fitted with an AuviTran AVY16-ES100 card to simultaneously record and play back 16 channels of digital audio to/from a suitable DAW-equipped PC.
Pricing and Availability:
Available this autumn as a free download from the Yamaha web site More information:
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