Hi… Once again, I can not create a ticket because Steinberg blocks me from doing so because I am in Australia. This is why I am furious. They say contact the local distributor, who doesn’t know the answer to any of my questions, say they will get back to me and never do.
How the hell am I supposed to get answers to info I need before buying an almost 4 thousand Australian dollar interface?
I will keep bumping this till someone from Steinberg answers, or maybe I will be lucky and someone else will know the answers.
Considering 3xAXR4 can be linked, does that mean if I use three via Tbolt that I have access to three separate Rev X reverb? Also, can the dynamics/EQ plugins be applied on ADAT input channels?
Are Steinberg considering adding the guitar sims from USB DSP interfaces that for some reason they removed? Without a DSP guitar amp it means the interface can’t really be used as an all in one monitoring solution.
If the answer to question 2 is NO, do steinberg offer hybrid monitoring ability when using AXR4 with their own DAWs? For example, with Apogee in logic, you can use the apogee DSP effects but also add logic native effects in the monitoring path without adding much latency. Which brings me to…
What is the latency at 48K at 32, 64 and 128 buffer in Mac os? As in, the “going through the DAW latency”. These figures are not available ANYWHERE.
What is the latency through the DSP from in to out? i.e using the dedicated on board FX… I want to know what the hardware monitoring latency IS! And not at 96K, cause I write stereo music which ends up on streaming platforms with a bunch of external midi synths… therefore 96K is a total waste. If I ever author for blu ray, yes, then I’ll use 96… But for now, 48K maximum. Devs usually want to give their uber low 96K latency figures… I want the real world 44 or 48K ones please.
I know exactly what the latency is with my Apollos, but I am considering going full Steinberg integrated since I am slowly migrating to Nuendo from PT (just bought N10). Yes I can use my UAD and always can, but in my head I am thinking of not having to use a console app, and being able to do it all from the DAW mixer… kind of like steinberg’s (very) mini version of Avid HDX. I can still keep my 3 UA satellites for using UA effects within Nuendo to mix with… All I need is ultra low latency to stream and monitor at least 64 synth inputs at all times, and also some vocals and guitar. Simple. But I do need a lot of inputs.
I would really love some help here… If steinberg just allowed Australians to be treated as humans and create tickets, none of this would be necessary. IT’s frankly insulting.