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Falcon+ music stuff

Postby Mark_G » Sat Mar 24, 2007 5:46 pm

Hello,

In the last year I got some falcons with strange equipment. They are all for producing music. The net didn't give much info about those items. Maybe some one can help me and tell me for what they are used.

1. Steinberg SMP II smpte-midi-processor

2. Steinberg MIDEX + Midi in/out expander time code synch

3. Steinberg Cubase Audio Clock

4. Soundpool 4 midi outputs

5. Soundpool Falcon SPDIF digital interface

6. Soundpool Sync box
Midi time code to SMPTE/EBU convertor

7. Soundpool Falcon Analog8 interface


And no, I don't sell it.

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Postby Paolo » Sat Mar 24, 2007 7:18 pm

I know a lot of that stuff, and I own a couple, too.
However I just have the time for a quick answer now, just to tease a bit ;-)

3. it adds the ability to use the 44.1 khz clock to cubase, that was stripped out of the Falcon for -kind of- copyright stuff. You know, this is the frequency audio CDs work.

7. it gives you 8 analog out, instead of the standard stereo out. It use another DAC than the internal one.

4. IIRC, it is just an expansion bay for MIDI, so you can 'fork' your MIDI chain

5. it allowas you to use some professional audio appliances (DAT, digital mixers, ...)

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Re: Falcon+ music stuff

Postby midim@n » Mon Apr 02, 2007 4:20 pm

1. Steinberg SMP II

- SMPTE (Timecode for tapes) generator and reader
- 2 ports MIDI IN
- 4 ports MIDI OUT

Conected to parallel port.

Compatible with MROS (OS of Steinberg) software.

2. Steinberg MIDEX +

- Port ROM key expander, for use with software dongles (Cubase, Synthworks, ...etc)
- SMPTE generator and reader
- 2 ports MIDI IN
- 4 ports MIDI OUT

Conected to ROM port.

Compatible with MROS software.

3. Steinberg Cubase Audio Clock

It permits to Falcon to record and play in 44 and 48 khz (frequencies of the CD and DAT respectively).

Conected to DSP port

Compatible with all software capable to select an external clock for the DSP.

4. Soundpool MO4

- 4 MIDI OUTS
- Parallel port

Conected to parallel port.

Compatible with MROS software.

5. Soundpool SPDIF

It permits to Falcon record and play in 44 and 48 khz (Replaces the Cubase Audio Clock)

- Digital audio IN and OUT SPDIF (Coaxial)
- Digital audio IN and OUT DAT (optical)
- DSP port


Conected to DSP port directly or to the FDI port of the Analog 8 in case to utilize this.

6. Soundpool Sync box

This device can be utilized without Falcon, since converts any Midi Time Code in SMPTE/EBU

- 1 port MIDI IN
- 1 port MIDI THRU
- 1 SMPTE/EBU out

Conected to any MIDI out capable of send MTC.

Compatible with any software capable of send MTC or read SMPTE/EBU

7. Soundpool Falcon Analog8 interface

This device delivers the eight analog outs of the eight audio channels of the falcon

- 8 Audio OUTS
- DSP port
- FDIF port

Conected to DSP port directly or to the FDI port of the ADAT interface in case to utilize this.

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