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drxcm
Joined: Apr 25 2014
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H9000 Routing - AES / MADI / Analog IO

drxcm
August 07, 2020 - 08:40 am

Hi,

 

Just ordered an H9000 and can't wait to integrate it with my setup.  I am wondering about complex routing and whether it is possible for example to have the following simultaneously running at 96k:

 

AES/EBU 8 channels IO

Analog 8 channels IO

MADI 16-32 channels IO

 

What I want to have, if possible is, simultaneously:

The 8x  Analog IO routed directly (passthrough) to the first 8 channels of MADI IO (ie just use it as a AD/DA convertor)

The second 8 channels of MADI IO being able to route to the FX blocks / patches / algorhythms in four stereo blocks and back out over MADI

The AES/EBU channels being able to passthrough over MADI channels 16-24 IO (ie a format convertor) to an H8000FW

 

The plan is to use the analog IO as extra channels, the MADI card to access the FX blocks, and the AES to connect to my H8000FW and route audio to the H8000FW via the MADI card

 

 

 

cyborgssc
Joined: Mar 2 2019
Posts: 23
cyborgssc
August 09, 2020 - 03:58 pm

Yes, everything you suggest should work as intended. Use direct routing for the first and third blocks, and patch the second MADI block into the right FX Chains.

Only thing to consider is your clocking since everything will need to use the same clock reference. I do similar things with my H9000 (Dante and MADI cards), and in my case the Dante network is the clock for all devices.

drxcm
Joined: Apr 25 2014
Posts: 14
drxcm
August 12, 2020 - 02:26 am

Great - yup will be running master clock from my RME UFX+ over MADI