MT32-64 Live Recording with Allen & Heath Qu24

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Vincent Burel
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MT32-64 Live Recording with Allen & Heath Qu24

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The Allen & Heath Qu24 mixing console series is offering an audio interface through a USB port to be connected to a computer.
it provides an ASIO driver to manage 32 I/O working very well with the MT128 Multitrack Recording application for Windows!

1- power on the mixing console first.
2- power on the PC next after (to be sure to reconnect to USB-ASIO interface automatically).

of course you may have installed the Qu Windows ASIO™/WDM Driver before on your PC (available on this page bottom)

MT64RecordingAllenHeathQu24.jpg (127.34 KiB) Viewed 31993 times

In this example, we use the MT64-Standard to record the 24 inputs coming from the Allen & Heath Qu-24 mixing console.

if you can record the first 16 input tracks without problem, you have to configure your application to record the 24 inputs because of the Qu-Drive default configuration feeding input channel 17 + 18 with Master BUS output (not with input channel 17+18 as expected).

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in the MT64 Routing page, you may assign input 19 to track 17, input 20 to track 18 and so on...
while you can reassign input 17+18 to far track (here 25+26) to possibly record the master if needed:
MT64Routing.png (174.5 KiB) Viewed 31993 times

Then you can arm your 24 first tracks to record the 24 inputs of your Allen & Heath Qu24.
You can even test this with the MT32-SPLite that can be used for free for live recording.
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