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From: "Richard L. Hess" <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 2016-07-07 7:56 PM (GMT-05:00)
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIB] Latest research on interstitial errors?
For whatever reason, I see this as a challenge in most venues, but, for
some reason, it is not a challenge in my workflow.
The reason for this is that the RME audio interfaces and/or Samplitude
know when an error occurs and places an "E" marker on the timeline. It
usually only happens if the PC is doing something it shouldn't during
But, to be on the safe side, I have gone away from PC ingest for my
limited field recording work and either record to the built-in USB port
of my RME Fireface UFX OR to my newly acquired Zoom F8--I sold my Sound
Devices 722 to fund the F8. Got six more channels essentially for free.
I'm also thinking to further address the IE problem, I'll bridge the F8
off the inputs to the RME FireFace UFX or RME Multiface and make copies
on both. Although the clocks will not be perfectly sync'd it should be
interesting to see what is left out in the rare event I get an error flag.
On 7/7/2016 5:58 PM, Jim Sam wrote:
> In the last two years, has there been any published research into the
> "interstitial error" phenomenon? I'm aware of the FADGI report from 2013,
> Chris Lacinak's talk at IASA 2015, and George Blood's talk at the 139th AES.
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