X32 RACK: Recording a 2-track directly with the console

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The X32 RACK offers the possibility to record a 2-track of your mix (or any other selection of signals) directly onto a USB-stick/external USB hard disk:

  • Plug a FAT-formatted (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32) USB stick into the USB port on the front panel.
  • Press the USB button above the USB port and the home screen of the recorder will show up with a nice emulation of an old tape deck.
  • On the config tab you can select the source for the recording, default is main L and R.
  • Press RECORD (encoder #5) to record your mix.
  • To adjust the volume during playback, use the Channel Select knob to select A7 to adjust the left and right channels. The stereo channels are linked by default, so adjusting A7 (left) will automatically affect the right channel as well.

Remarks:

Due to the FAT format of the stick, the file size will be limited to 2 GB, which is about 3 hours of stereo recording. Please test the recording capability of your USB device before you do the “real stuff” as some sticks may not be supported or be too slow. We also recommend you defragment your USB device prior to recording. The recording will be done as 16-bit WAV file with the selected sample frequency of the console.

Please also note that it is possible that the specifications of USB storage devices may be changed by the manufacturer without any change in physical appearance or notification.