In this course, you’ll learn how to use the PlayAudio 12 with Ableton Live. Wheter you need a 10-12 output interface, an interface to share between two machines, or a redundant audio interface, you’ll learn how to do all that and more with the PlayAudio 12. Learn how to use Auracle and iConfig to customize your interface. Pair your interface with a MIDI 4+ for 5 Pin DIN Inputs and outputs, and add an Audio 4+ for redundant audio inputs. If you want to learn your PlayAudio12 inside and out, this course is for you!
Understand how to configure your PlayAudio12 right out of the box.
Understand how and when to use Auracle and iConfig control softwares.
Understand how to use the PlayAudio12 as a “normal” audio interface.
Understand how to adjust the routing of your PlayAudio12 using iConfig to configure headphone L/R to be outputs 11 and 12.
Understand how to share your PlayAudio12 between two machines to “split” outputs.
Understand how to connect your MIDI Controller to the PlayAudio12 and how to connect the PlayAudio12 to two computers for a redundant setup.
Understand how to manually switch the PlayAudio12 using a footswitch or the front panel LED.
Understand how to route and use Lifesine to automatically switch between machines.
Understand how to use the Advanced Settings tool to make adjustments to the default configuration of your PlayAudio12.
Understand how to use a 1K tone to automatically switch between computers.
Understand how to connect and route a MIDI 4+ to your PlayAudio12 to add 5 pin DIN MIDI inputs and outputs to your PlayAudio12.
Understand how to connect your MIDI 4+ to the USB Host port on your PlayAudio12.
Understand how to connect your MIDI 4+ to the Ethernet port on your PlayAudio12.
Understand how to create an RTP MIDI session between a PlayAudio12 and your MIDI 4+.
Understand how connect and route an Audio4+ to add redundant audio inputs to your PlayAudio12.
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