like, what do you use? I guess you just need the one input, because they’re chained, but there might be other options. I’m hoping so
Zoom Q2N but then again I’m only recording the po-32.
Yamaga AG06, can be powered from USB, channel 1 and 2 have fixed insert FX, works as an audio interface on iOS too. A bit chunky though
Clock is very tight : there’s not always need for chaining
I often use an iRig 2 to capture a line input to record with my iPhone. Paired with Video Pro for iOS you can monitor the audio being recorded on your device. Alternatively you can listen via the iRig amplifier output without Video Pro.
I use 3.5mm to 2 XLR leads from each PO to 2 mono channels each on the X32 desk and 2 pok3to Sync Splitters for my Sync to each PO from a Korg Vocla FM for my Sync control
Long time passed I know, but its a good topic. I’m just starting using a revived Korg PXR4 and on the first pass recording one sync track and one rythymn from the PO, the second pass using the sync track out and recoding bass from the PO sub. Then the plan is to use the sync track into my Volca keys to put some arpeggio on track 4. lastly using the Volca with some long double notes from the 2 oscillators to make like a drone unsynced and to replace the sync pulse on track 2. . . . Will let you know the results! . . .
oh man i love these old forgotten digital mulititrack recorders from the 90s, early 00s
I’ve been recoding into Garageband and listening to the output through my airpods. It does mean that I have to align the video (recorded on my phone) with the audio file if i want to make a youtube vid of the performance - but you get better sound quality than if you just record with a mic in a room with all the ambience etc.
I like to SYNC PO’s to the 1010music Blackbox and capture the loops that way, then use the Blackbox song mode to arrange them all. I’ll make a video soon and post on my YT showing this workflow.
I used to use blackbox because sync but now I use tx6 into Loopy on iPhone which means easier archiving