Pure2 Signal Path For a Typical Mastering Set Up





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Published on Aug 12, 2015

Antelope's Pure2 is a versatile Mastering AD/DA Converter & Clock suitable for numerous studio set ups, see it here in a traditional mastering configuration.

Featuring our signature Acoustically Focused Clocking technology and equipped with a relay-controlled volume attenuator for super precise volume control, the Pure2 mastering-grade 24-bit/192 kHz AD/DA Stereo Converter is more than a neat choice for every studio pro. Due to the device's flexibility in terms of connectivity it can be a significant part of many studio configurations. Here we'll demonstrate how to use Antelope's Pure2 in a traditional mastering setup with an analog loop.

With Pure2 already installed and good to go all you have to do is set up a send and return channel in your preferred DAW. In our case that's LogicX. The send channel is set to output USB Play 1&2. Then this is routed in the Pure2 control panel to the DA 1&2 to feed your analog chain. Then the signal from your outboard processors can be routed back to Analog In 1&2 and recognized as USB REC 1&2 in your software panel. This allows you to process the incoming analog loop with your preferred software plug-ins, while monitoring it with your studio speakers (those fed by Stereo output 3&4).

That configuration looks pretty simple to set up, but in the same time allows you to monitor each phase of the chain, perform A/B comparisons and of course digitally process the analog loop.

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