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advice for basic setup

Postby accmix » Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:45 pm

Hi,
I am new with LP but from some testing I found it very interesting for me. Before investing into PC-hardware I would like to hear from experienced users if my ideas are realistic.

Usually I have a live setting with 8-10 mics and 2 instrument lines (mono); a Saffire pro 24 & 40 interface each is available.

in LP I would like to:
insert compressor and equalizer per input channel (plus effect if needed)
group input channels to 5 output channels and balance the input channels in the groups
eventually record all input channels for later processing

The final mix (PA and monitor) is made via a small analogous mixer.

Is this a realistic setup to be handled by LP?

What are (minimum) requirements for a PC (processor, RAM) to achieve reasonable latency?

Any recommendations for plugins for above mentioned functions, mainly for recording?

I am quite new to the digital audio processing world and would appreciate any help. I obviously would need new PC-hardware as my current really old setup does not function for that many channels.

Many thanks in advance
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nikolai
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Re: advice for basic setup

Postby nikolai » Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:30 pm

Hi
Have you had a look at http://www.softwareaudioconsole.com/
This might be better suited for your application?
That said you can do it in LP also.
Sorry I don't have any precise computer specs. they change every week so it is impossible to stay up to date.
There are probably others that can tell you more.
And there is always the commercial route like:
http://www.heavydigitalaudio.com/
or
http://www.adkproaudio.com/
or
http://www.visiondaw.com

Also it is important to have a look at this:
http://feedback.liveprofessor.net/knowl ... processing

Nikolai

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