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by phaseboy
Thu Jan 23, 2003 05:20
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Temporary church flooring?
Replies: 18
Views: 17579

That's not to say a shell isn't good, I just wouldn't give up a wood floor for one...

M
by phaseboy
Thu Jan 23, 2003 05:13
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Temporary church flooring?
Replies: 18
Views: 17579

Which makes me notice a typo in my earlier post. I meant 5mil, not .5mil... FWIW: I think the key point with this is that it's cheap and easy. I don't think anyone's implying a "huge" difference in the acoustics, but it will help as much less high-frequency content will be absorbed - as Bernhard poi...
by phaseboy
Mon Jan 20, 2003 19:12
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Temporary church flooring?
Replies: 18
Views: 17579

In regards to the plastic sheeting idea. It does work well as a way to get slightly more decay with a brighter/clearer sound. You can get it at a store like Home Depot. The stuff you want is used to cover insulation in walls and comes in a variety of thicknesses. I don't remember exactly, but the nu...
by phaseboy
Sat Jan 18, 2003 19:23
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Pyramix into ProTools/Avid
Replies: 22
Views: 22599

Since it seems likely that you won't be able to do what you want without getting another drive, and formatting it for mac (I agree that's annoying, but...) - may I offer the following suggestion. You know that AIFF works - which avid can deal with - but that leaves timestamping. What I do when I'm s...
by phaseboy
Mon Jan 13, 2003 18:22
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: DA-88 & Mykerinos
Replies: 7
Views: 8798

Wow - do you really mean -60? If you do then the following isn't the problem, but: The meters in a DA-88 are analog - not digital, and are pretty unreliable. If you're playing back from Pyramix, and getting overs on the DA-88 (assuming this is a digital transfer) I'd just double check the signal by ...
by phaseboy
Fri Jan 10, 2003 17:47
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Pyramix and Athlon 1800, with MSI KT 3 Ultra motherboard
Replies: 2
Views: 3591

Not that this is a lot of help - I don't personally know anyone using an Athlon based system, but... The merging FAQ says: "There is no known compatibility issue with AMD processors." And there are a couple of systems on the users survey that are Athlon based. http://www.merging.com/systems/ Best, M...
by phaseboy
Thu Jan 09, 2003 18:58
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Pyramix into ProTools/Avid
Replies: 22
Views: 22599

On a similar SD II note (I'm using the release 4.0.22 sp3) Pyramix doesn't read the time stamp correctly when I import SDII files generated in pro-tools. Which is rather unfortunate. It would seem that there are perhaps some unresolved issues with PMX and the SDII format. Anyone actually have this w...
by phaseboy
Thu Jan 09, 2003 03:20
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Ripple?
Replies: 13
Views: 12680

Volume Bar to O

Thanks so much I've needed that too...can't believe I haven't at least once double clicked by accident. Oh well...great!

Anyway that works in the regular release version 4.022

Mark
by phaseboy
Tue Jan 07, 2003 10:04
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Getting a 15" portable monitor. Native resolution?
Replies: 11
Views: 10492

Flat Panel

Hi Mark I agree with Benoit that 1024 X 768 is a little light for PMX, especially since you'll be using only one screen on location. A 17" with 1280 X 1024 resolution isn't noticeably bulkier to carry, and will give you a lot more real-estate. As for "native resolution" of pmx - a mixer with more th...
by phaseboy
Wed Jan 01, 2003 04:39
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: DA-88 & Mykerinos
Replies: 7
Views: 8798

IF88AE slaves to TDIF and/or AES

>I tried to connect in different ways so I choose the way where IF88AE >was the master device (because don´t have work clock in.. WCK). Obviously I don't know everything you've tried, but the above won't work as there will be no master clock. The clock output on the IF88AE is derived from either the...
by phaseboy
Fri Nov 22, 2002 08:55
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: What is broken?
Replies: 6
Views: 6929

Try reformatting drive first

I've had the exact same problem with drives that I had formatted on a mac - Mac OS extended. I have Mac Drive running on my windows machine so that I can use mac drives as well. I've always been able to get the audio to show up in the media manager after a reboot though. This has never happened to m...
by phaseboy
Fri Nov 22, 2002 08:51
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: What is broken?
Replies: 6
Views: 6929

Try reformatting drive first

I've had the exact same problem with drives that I had formatted on a mac - Mac OS extended. I have Mac Drive running on my windows machine so that I can use mac drives as well. I've always been able to get the audio to show up in the media manager after a reboot though. This has never happened to m...
by phaseboy
Fri Nov 22, 2002 08:44
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Is Single-ended SCSI OK?
Replies: 6
Views: 8530

NO that's not true.

Sorry but that's incorrect. The hot-swap card does not make an SE frame LVD. And that's not what the above posted link implies. Kingston recommends using hot-swap card's on all LVD enclosures (Ultra2 and Ultra160) to improve performance and compatibility with multiple devices - not to turn them into...
by phaseboy
Fri Nov 22, 2002 05:55
Forum: Pyramix Suggestions
Topic: Markers behavior
Replies: 5
Views: 6446

I'll second this one.

I totally agree. I'd use audio related markers far more than time based ones. But that's just me...

Best,

Mark
by phaseboy
Fri Nov 22, 2002 05:41
Forum: Pyramix Suggestions
Topic: Solo Play
Replies: 9
Views: 6827

I totally agree, but don't lose the play backwards command.

I too wish there was a keyboard track solo and play feature as you're describing - just don't take the play backwards feature away! I do actually use it...I do a lot of finnicky classical editing, and find that certain things are easy to hear when I play across an edit backwards. I'm also a former s...