ALLEN & HEATH ICE-16 MULTITRACK RECORDER FIREWIRE DRIVER DETAILS:

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ALLEN & HEATH ICE-16 MULTITRACK RECORDER FIREWIRE DRIVER



Allen & Heath ICE-16 review

In USB mode it is only possible to record in track up to 48kHzor eight-track if you choose to run at 96kHz. It's a little frustrating that USB recording has no option to drop track count at lower bit-rates. Many set-ups will result in a lot of empty WAV files. You can obviously then play back multi-tracks off USB, and indeed stereo files for background music, and so on.

Switching from recording to playback often means swapping 16 connections. We ended up making some custom cables to make use of the channel insert send. In USB mode the outputs do nothing while recording; it would make life much easier if there was a latency-free hardware monitor option, each output echoing its input on recording. The ICE could stay connected at the insert point, and changing from record to playback would be no sweat.

ALLEN & HEATH ICE-16 MULTITRACK RECORDER FIREWIRE WINDOWS 10 DRIVERS DOWNLOAD

This expansion goes further when using it as a soundcard. The drivers go on painlessly - they are implemented by Archwave, who make drivers and chipsets for some top soundcard manufacturers most of whom have the software rebranded with their own logos. We've tested many soundcards on our system, and all that use these have given us noticeably better reliability and latency than most.

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The sound quality more than meets the expectations given by the ICEs impressive specs. Unlocking the most exciting potential of this hardware can be achieved by installing one of a range of low-latency VST host applications. Most DAWs are too big to offer speedy enough latency to make this practical live.

DRIVERS: ALLEN & HEATH ICE-16 MULTITRACK RECORDER FIREWIRE

It has both USB and Firewire sockets, making connecting different types of computer a breeze, and also a multipin connection, which means you can sync two ICEs to make a standalone track. It will then test the media and inform you if it is fast enough to run at higher bit rates. In USB mode it is only possible to record in track up to 48kHzor eight-track if you choose to run at 96kHz.

It's a little frustrating that USB recording has no option to drop track count at lower bit-rates. Many set-ups will result in a lot of empty WAV files.

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You can obviously then play back multi-tracks off USB, and indeed stereo files for background music, and so on. Switching from recording to playback often means swapping 16 connections. We ended up making some custom cables to make use of the channel insert send.

In USB mode the outputs do nothing while recording; it would make life much easier if there was a latency-free hardware monitor option, each output echoing its input on recording. The ICE could stay connected at the insert point, and changing from record to playback would be no sweat.

ALLEN & HEATH ICE-16 MULTITRACK RECORDER FIREWIRE WINDOWS 10 DRIVER DOWNLOAD

This expansion goes further when using it as a soundcard. The drivers go on painlessly - they are implemented by Archwave, who make drivers and chipsets for some top soundcard manufacturers most of whom have the software rebranded with their own logos. We've tested many soundcards on our system, and all that use these have given us noticeably better reliability and latency than most. The sound quality more than meets the expectations given by the ICEs impressive specs.

Allen & Heath ICE-16 review

Live or in the studio, ICE makes multitrack recording easy. over the FireWire bus, or kept in sync using the DIN connectors when recording on multiple USB. Multitrack Recorder and Interface in One Unit. The Allen & Heath ICE Multitrack Recorder and USB/FireWire Interface records 16 tracks of audio directly to a.

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