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Hi there,

One thing to note about Madi is that at 96kHz there are, a Bit like Adat, 2 ways that the signal can be transmitted.

smux and hi speed. Smux is sometimes called legacy.

This has to do with the way the stream is configured.  Smux uses a slower frame rate, But uses more channels to transmit the same amount of data….A bit like ADAT dual wire mode.

So if you’re seeing things on Madi channels you’re not expecting, I’d definitely check that both the Eventide unit’s Madi setting and the sound card you’re using are set to the same type of 96kHz Madi.

It’s caught me out a few times with multitrack recording setups.