The Tascam IFFWDM mkII is the first 32-channel audio interface to use a single FireWire cable to get in and out of the computer.
The card is compatible with Tascam DM3200 and DM4800 digital consoles, turning them into the ultimate front-end for computer workstation recording. The card supports resolutions up to 96kHz/24-bit without changing the incredible 32-in/32-out channel count.
For recording engineers and musicians who are comfortable working on a mixing console, the DM3200 and DM4800 is the control center for their studio. The IFFW FireWire Interface Card is integrated into the mixer, bypassing the need for expensive audio interfaces. They provide 32x32 audio and remote control over recording software like Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, SONAR, and Digital Performer, adding transport, jog/shuttle, fader, panning, aux control and more. All of this control is a single button press away from normal mixer operations, making DAW software control simply another fader layer of these powerful consoles for seamless workflow.
Tascam IFFWDM MKII Features
- 32-in and 32-out interface for computer workstation software
- Up to 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution
- ASIO and CoreAudio drivers for Windows XP and Mac OS X
- Installs in DM3200 and DM4800 digital consoles
- Compatible with most DAW workstation software
- Including Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo,
- SONAR, Digital Performer, Reason,
- Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro and many others
- MIDI input and output -use it as a 1x1 MIDI interface
The IFFWDM mkII & DM3200/4800 combination replaces thousands of dollars of computer audio interfaces with a simple, integrated solution. Your studio gets the editing and plug-in power that DAW systems deliver while keeping the flexibility and speed that recording consoles provide. Professional recording facilities know that using a mixing console with their DAW is often a more efficient, flexible and better-sounding solution than working with virtual mixers. The 32-channel IFFWDM mkII FireWire Interface is the ultimate front end for serious computer-based recording studios.