Audio Power DSP System Multiface user manual

User manual for the device Audio Power DSP System Multiface

Device: Audio Power DSP System Multiface
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User's Guide










®
Hammerfall DSP System

Multiface II



The most compact professional multitrack recording system ever!






TotalMix

24 Bit / 96 kHz
® ® ®
SyncAlign ZLM SyncCheck






PCI Busmaster Digital I/O System
PCI and CardBus Interface
8 + 8 + 2 Channels Analog / ADAT / Stereo Interface
Hi-Power Hi-End Headphone Output
24 Bit / 96 kHz

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General 1 Introduction ...............................................................6 2 Package Contents .....................................................6 3 System Requirements ..............................................6 4 Brief Description and Characteristics.....................7 5 Hardware Installation 5.1 PCI Interface ...........................................................7 5.2 CardBus Card .........................................................7 5.3 No

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Driver Installation and Operation - Mac OS X 19 Driver and Flash Update 19.1 Driver Installation .................................................36 19.2 Driver Update.......................................................36 19.3 Flash Update........................................................36 20 Configuring the Multiface II 20.1 Settings Dialog.....................................................37 20.2 Clock Modes – Synchronization ..........................39 21 Ma

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29 TotalMix: The Matrix 29.1 Overview ..............................................................65 29.2 Elements of the Matrix View ................................65 29.3 Usage...................................................................65 29.4 Advantages of the Matrix .....................................66 30 TotalMix Super-Features 30.1 ASIO Direct Monitoring (Windows only) ..............66 30.2 Selection and Group based Operation ................67 30.3 Copy Rou

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User's Guide Multiface II General User's Guide HDSP System Multiface II © RME 5

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4. Brief Description and Characteristics • Hammerfall design: 0% (zero!) CPU load, even using all 36 ASIO channels • All settings can be changed in real-time • Analog, ADAT and SPDIF I/Os can be used simultaneously • 8 buffer sizes/latencies available: 1.5 / 3 / 6 / 12 / 23 / 46 / 93 / 186 ms • 4 channels 96 kHz/24 bit record/playback via ADAT optical (S/MUX) • Clock modes slave and master • Automatic and intelligent master/slave clock control • Unsurpassed Bitclock PLL (audio synchr

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5.3 Notes on Power Supply • The CardBus card delivers no power to the Multiface. Therefore a hi-tech switching power supply is included. • The PCI card operates as power supply for the attached Multiface via the FireWire cable. An external power supply is not required. The Multiface II draws a high startup current of more than 2 A during initialisation. Current at 12 Volt operating voltage: unloaded 720 mA (8.6 Watts), loaded 1 A (12 Watts). Supply voltage range DC 8 V – 28 V, AC 8

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The rear panel of the Multiface II has eight analog inputs and outputs, the Power socket (only necessary with CardBus operation), Word Clock input and output, and both digital inputs and outputs ADAT and SPDIF. ADAT I/O (TOSLINK): Can also be used as optical SPDIF input and output, if set up accord- ingly in the Settings dialog. The Settings dialog is started by clicking on the hammer symbol in the Task Bar's system tray. SPDIF I/O coaxial (RCA): Fully AES/EBU compatible by transform

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6.3 Notes on Laptops and CardBus The HDSP system uses the notebook’s PCMCIA type II port as CardBus interface. Compared to a PC-Card, which only has access to the outdated ISA-bus, CardBus is a 32 bit PCI inter- face. Like with a desktop system it’s not possible to remove a PCI device while in operation. First the operating system has to receive a ‚removal request’, then the device has to be stopped. Finally the card can be pulled out of the PCMCIA slot. Windows When inserting the Ca

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7. Accessories RME offers several optional accessories. Additionally parts of the HDSP system are available separately. Part Number Description 36000 19“, 1UH Universal rack holder This 19" rack holder has holes for Digiface and Multiface. Two units can be installed side by side in any combination. The rack holder also includes holes for nearly all 19" half-rack units from other manufacturers. 36001 Firewire cable IEEE1394 6M/6M, 1 m (3.3 ft) 36002 Firewire cable IEEE13

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8. Warranty Each individual Hammerfall DSP undergoes comprehensive quality control and a complete test at IMM before shipping. The usage of high grade components allow us to offer a full two year warranty. We accept a copy of the sales receipt as valid warranty legitimation. If you suspect that your product is faulty, please contact your local retailer. The warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation or maltreatment - replacement or repair in such cases can only be

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CE / FCC Compliance CE This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits of the European Council Direc- tive on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to electromagnetic compati- bility according to RL89/336/EWG and RL73/23/EWG. FCC This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protec- tion against harmful interf

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User's Guide HDSP System Multiface II © RME 14

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User's Guide Multiface II Driver Installation and Operation - Windows User's Guide HDSP System Multiface II © RME 15

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10. Driver and Firmware 10.1 Driver Installation After the interface has been installed correctly, connected to the Multiface (see 5. Hardware Installation), and the computer has been switched on, Windows will recognize the new hard- ware component and start its ‘Hardware Wizard’. Insert the RME Driver CD into your CD-ROM drive, and follow further instructions which appear on your computer screen. The driver files are located in the directory \WDM on the RME Driver CD. Windows will

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10.4 Firmware Update The Flash Update Tool updates HDSP PCI cards or CardBus cards to the latest version. It re- quires an already installed driver. Start the program hdsp_fut.exe or hdsp_pcie_fut.exe. The Flash Update Tool displays the current revision of the HDSP interface, and whether it needs an update or not. If so, then please manually select if a PCI card (desktop computer) or a CardBus card (laptop) shall be flashed. Next simply press the 'Update' button. A progress bar will i

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11. Configuring the Multiface II 11.1 Settings Dialog Configuration of the HDSP system Multiface is done via its own settings dialog. The panel 'Set- tings' can be opened: • by clicking on the hammer symbol in the Task Bar's system tray The mixer of the Hammerfall DSP Systems (TotalMix) can be opened: • by clicking on the mixer icon in the Task Bar's system tray The hardware of the HDSP system offers a number of helpful, well thought-of practical functions and options whic

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WDM SyncAlign guarantees synchronous channels when using MME multitrack software. This option should only be switched off in case the used software does not work correctly with SyncAlign activated. With Interleaved activated, WDM devices can be used as 8-channel devices (see chapter 12.4). Buffer Size The setting Buffer Size determines the latency between incoming and outgoing ASIO and GSIF data, as well as affecting system stability (see chapter 13/14). SyncCheck SyncCheck indi

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I/O Box State This field displays the current state of the I/O-box. Error: I/O-box not connected or missing power Detected: The interface has found an I/O-box and tries to load the firmware Connected: Communication between interface and I/O-box operates correctly Disconnected: Communication between interface and I/O-box has been interrupted, I/O-box continues operation Word Clock Out The word clock output signal usually equals the current sample rate. Selecting Single Spe


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