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  1. Firewire 400 has enough bandwith to handle the I/O, so no need for a faster interface In the case of the UCX the DSP processing is applied for the built-in effects in the sound-card (mainly EQ and comp) which can be useful in many different situations (recording, mixing, but also as a standalone audio processor). It's invaluable if you have to handle several monitor mixes for example. But these are not plugins that you can use in your session, they are effects that are applied directly to the inputs and outputs of the interface, much like digital hardware peripherals. And they are not VST, even though Steinberg gives you a VST equivalent. Theses are sound interface and not DSP accelerators (such as the UAD-2 e.g.)
  2. Hi, I remember that was precisely one of the reason I had settled on Samplitude back in the days ; I was using 2 Marian soundcards (Marc A and Marc X). Of course no ASIO was involved and I had to use the WDM drivers. But for multitrack recording it was not an issue.
  3. We've just tried the Steinberg UR28M, which sells around this price (380 euros), in the studio and live and so far we're impressed. Very stable, clean outputs, very decent preamps. In this budget I would go for a RME Fireface UC or even a UCX (which has built-in DSP processing).
  4. I didn't notice, thanks a lot. This is the perfect behaviour, as the old one could lead to mistakes.
  5. there is an option to do that : you should look for the main ini file (Sam10_E.ini) and add this line ScaleVolumePanAutomationInReadMode=2 in the [Factors] section More details here : V10 - Track Vol Automation, locks mixer fader
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