| br>First off, great products, they've rekindled my love to my synths more then anything so far.. I've tried to research this by googling and couldn't get an understanding.
So, If I don't want to divide the sample rate of which I'm working.. what would be an optimal solution for increasing the audio/cv output count maintaining the same samplerate on all outputs?.. I have an ES-5 and an ESX-8CV expansions and while they've both been proven useful for certain patches, there are certain patches where I simply needed more dependable Audio/CV outs like the original 8 outs that come on the ES-8, that can translate to accurate LFOs and Envelopes via Blocks/MAX as well as perform audio rate manipulation.
I don't like the ASIO4All for timing issues (it was neat to save 2 outputs on the ES-8 but it cost a myriad of other problems) so running es-8 as my main interface through direct monitoring is great for me, because I can switch interfaces easily from synth mode and mix mode, but at the cost of 2 outputs.
Then ES-5 + ESX-8CV grab 2 more outputs, but for all their utility (and its a big one for sure) you do remain with only 4 of those 'pristine' outputs.
So for expanding purposes -
Would a good ADAT audio interface be of use here?
Would connecting an ES-8 with adat to ES-3 do that? to another ES-8?
Is there an ES-80 coming out soon maybe?
What setup would give me the biggest count of those Audio/CV outputs with an ES system?
Using windows and Cubase 9.5 br> br>