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Recording  2-track USB recorder
Recording
2-track USB recorder
The RIVAGE PM10 system features an easy-to-use 2-track USB recorder.
The 2-track USB recorder enables you to record output signals from the STEREO bus or a MIX bus
to a connected USB flash drive. You can also use it to play background music or sound effects that
are stored on a USB flash drive by assigning them to an input channel. Due to a built-in SRC
(sampling rate converter), as well as the input and output from the 2-track USB recorder, you do not
have to worry about differences in sampling rates between the system and the recording/playback
files. If the system's sampling rate is the same as that of the recording/playback files, the SRC will
automatically be bypassed.
The RIVAGE PM10 system supports WAV (uncompressed PCM) and MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-
3) file formats for recording and playback.
 Supported recording format
WAV files
• Bit depth: 16-bit/24-bit
• Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz
MP3 files
• Bit rate: 192 kbps, 256 kbps, 320 kbps
• Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
 Supported playback format
WAV files
• Bit depth: 16-bit/24-bit
• Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz
MP3 files
• Bit rate: No restriction.
• Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
 Title list
You can change the order of the audio files shown in the title list, and play them repeatedly in a
desired order.
Multitrack recording and virtual sound check
The RIVAGE PM10 system supports multitrack recording via a Dante network.
To perform multitrack recording, first you must install an HY144-D card in HY card slot 4 on the
DSP engine (max. 144-in/144-out), then record using the DAW software on your computer in a
Dante network.
If your computer already has a Dante Accelerator (AIC128-D) installed, you can perform up to 128-
in/128-out (Fs=96 kHz), high-resolution recording.
If you use Dante Virtual Soundcard (DVS), you can perform up to 64-in/64-out* (FS=48 kHz)
recording.
Materials that were recorded by multitrack recording can be used for virtual sound check. For
example, you can record a rehearsal session the day before the concert, and use that recording for
sound check on the day of the concert. This "virtual sound check" will reduce the burden on both
musicians and sound engineers, and will help them get ready efficiently.
* The number of channels available for recording and playback varies depending on the specifications of
the computer that has the DAW installed.
• RECORDING PATCH
HY card slot 4 on the DSP engine is used for multitrack recording exclusively; HY card slot 4
features the Recording Patch function for recording and playback. If you select channels into which
you want to perform multitrack recording, the Direct Out of the selected channels will be
automatically assigned. Since these can be switched to playback patching in a single operation, the
DAW playback can be used for a virtual sound check.
• Recording using Split Out
In addition, all input signals (total 128 channels) of the RY slots and MY slots are always split for
output from the HY SLOT 2 output of the I/O rack. This allows the input from the I/O rack to be
recorded directly to a DAW.
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RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual
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