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Old 08-01-2017, 06:39 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by DarkStar View Post
A low level audio signal uses the same number of bits as a high level signal. Each sample is 16 (or 24 or 32) bits, depending on your audio interface configuration.
That was my guess, thanks for the confirmation.

If anyone wants to give a second set of eyes / sanity check to the routing etc, I'm game. I'm not seeing any problems and have tested for sync/alignment issues but I should have most of that covered. The FF800 may end up about 30 samples offset but that is accounted for by making sure all drums go through the UFX. IOW, a handful of samples of discrepancy for scratch vox and guitar/keys won't matter.
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