Yamaha S90 Keyboard
Emu Audity 2000
Emu Proteus 2500
Alesis Ion
Novation Supernova II
Ibanez RG350EX Elec. Guitar
Tanglewood Acoustic Guitar


TC M One XL Multi Effects
TC Triple C Compressor
Yamaha MG 16/4 Mixer
RME ADI-8 DS Dig Converter
SPL Transient Designer 2
Focusrite Twintrak Pro Preamp
Line 6 Pod XT Guitar Processor
AKG C4000b Microphone
AKG C451b Stereo Pair Mics
Shure SM58 Microphone
Sennheiser HD280 H/phones
AKG K240DF Headphones
Neutrik Patchbay


Millennium Dual Athlon PC
> RME Hammerfall HDSP 9652 <
MOTU Midi Express XT
Universal Audio UAD-1 card
TC Powercore Firewire
M-Audio Firewire Solo
Sonar 2, 3 and 5
Wavelab 4
Cubase SX 2 and 3
Steinberg Groove Agent
Fxpansion BFD
NI Kontakt 2
Vember Audio Shortcircuit

RME Hammerfall HDSP 9652 Soundcard

RME Hammerfall HDSP 9652
RME are generally accepted to be the soundcard of choice for the PC based musician. The support and drivers are top quality and provide extremely low latency operation and rock solid, glitch free performance.

The HDSP 9652 is part of the Hammerfall DSP range, it differs from the old Hammerfall range by virtue of the fact that it has a DSP chip on board which can mix on the fly and create monitor mixes etc for those who don't have an external mixer. Inputs are 24 ADAT ins 24 ADAT outs and one stereo SPDIF in and out making a total of 52 channels. It supports sample rates up to 96KHz using SMUX (where two ADAT channels are used to carry one signal). This reduces the number of channels available of course. It also gives a two in and two out midi interface, but has no analogue input or output at all. It is hence ideal for use with an ADAT digital mixer or a stand alone AD/DA converter.

Highly recommmended and comes with some nice software tools as well.

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