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4 years ago
Just get a Motu and send some of the omni outs from the back of the LS9 to the inputs of the motu. Then connect the motu to your computer. Record using pro tools or simular software. Multi-track recording Presto!
3 years ago
First post here so I'm not sure if this is the correct place for this but here goes.My church purchased a Yamaha LS9 - 32 about a year ago now and we've recently begun trying to create audio recordings of our services. I've about got recording from 2 of the aux outputs figured out but the recording quality is not as good as we would like so we're trying to see if there's a way to record multi-track to a computer. I found a forum post from Sweetwater about it but it was published in 2009 and one or two of the links no longer go to the correct product. Right now I'm recording from a Sony Vaio laptop running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit but we also have an HP tower also running Win 7 Pro 64 bit available to use.I've been doing a good bit of searching but I can't find many specifics. So far I know that I'll be needing to use both of the expansion card slots on the back of the LS9 and that the solution will most likely be sound over ethernet, to a network switch that the computer is also connected to but that's it.Could anyone try to explain how this would work and/or link me to the products we would need to get? I've seen a fair amount of information on the Dante-MY16-AUD card but would this be the best option or is there something else that would be better/somewhat easier?Thanks, James Coker
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