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Old 23rd May 2013, 03:51 PM   #31
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" think the OP needs to go back and tell his musician friends that unless they can find a way to avoid causality and the Nyquist sampling theorem......"

I didn't got it..... I can't "fully" understand with these strange words involved.:
I think what DF96 is saying is "unless they can get around fundamental laws of physics"...
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Old 23rd May 2013, 03:52 PM   #32
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Ahhhh.

Now to our point.

Could it be done?
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Old 23rd May 2013, 03:57 PM   #33
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Could it be done?
Sort of.

I suggest you look into AES-X192 / RAVENNA.
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With a first glance for "AES-X192 / RAVENNA" on google, I didn't found any device as I describe.
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Old 23rd May 2013, 04:16 PM   #35
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With a first glance for "AES-X192 / RAVENNA" on google, I didn't found any device as I describe.
The standard isn't finalized yet, but it is something to use as a basis for implementing what you want - but you would probably have to do it yourself.

There are no devices currently available, because nobody really needs low latency at that kind of frequency range.
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OK.

Can someone do this for us?
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actually Julf, looks like Hans Zimmer has it under control (see insane 'home' studio below), but they wrote their own software and have unlimited budget with a coder on staff... as you can see.

they used it not only for control surfaces/midi/audio, but for managing massive hi-rez multitimbral sample based instruments for soundtrack work. (The Dark Knight, A league of their own, Inception etc.)

how they go with latency on live performance i'm not sure, perhaps they work with low res proxies and then sub in the hi-res when they are nearing completion/mixdown. which would be an option for you too hipro5, but does add another layer of complexity on the programming


its starting to sound like a commercial project but you dont wish to admit it...
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I was going to mention this before, but its not exactly accessible and I dont know much detail

the whole left side of that rack is a stack of protools HD interfaces, so there will maybe be some innate hardware capability also.
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OK.

Can someone do this for us?
but no, nobody can break the laws of physics for you there are some elements here that are simply not possible and you'll forgive me for thinking these 'customers' , their requirements, the project and the preconceptions of 'needs' may be a complete PITA for anyone that took it on.

it would be big money, I dont have the skills, few people do and some desires it wont matter how much money you throw at it.
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actually Julf, looks like Hans Zimmer has it under control (see insane 'home' studio below), but they wrote their own software and have unlimited budget with a coder on staff... as you can see.
Ah, yes. Unlimited budget always helps
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