Converters and clocks for ProTools LE?

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  1. IPlayHamers

    IPlayHamers Member

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    I'm curious as to which external converters and clocks you'd recommend for use with a Digi 002 rack. I'm looking to improve the sound and performance of My system.

    Other gear includes, Akai MPC 1000, Roland Fantom XR, Alesis Ion, Technics 1200 Mk II w/ Stanton mixer, Numark CDN-12, Universal Audio 2-610 and 2 DBX 160A as well as Universal audio UAD-1 card with Ultra Pak and Waves Platinum Pack plug ins.

    Varios guitars, amps and effects, as well as Rode K2 and NT2000 mics.

    Thaks for your help.
     
  2. TAVD

    TAVD Guitar Player Gold Supporting Member

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    UA 2192. Kill 2 birds with one stone.
     
  3. MichaelK

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    Apogee Rosetta, either the 800 or 200 depending on your input needs. Great clock and great A/D. There are others, but I happen to like the sound of Apogee a LOT, short of Prism or PT HD.
     
  4. justicetones

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    +1 on the apoggee stuff. You really can't go wrong there. The UA2192 doesn't suck at all either.
     
  5. DANOCASTER

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    +2 on the Apogee !!

    One week I bought the rosetta, an original Neve, and a distressor. The first tracks I did w/ all the new toys proved I was now in a "whole nuther league"

    The Apogee clock is great and the A/D is awesome
     
  6. elambo

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    Apogee.

    Rosetta 200 will be very good to you.
     

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