I am also curious whether the ADI is actually recording DSD in the true sense or DoP, which I'll admit confuses me a bit. Much appreciated for any clarification.
1. I would also like to get this clarified: Is there any PCM conversion of any kind going on recording DSD to, for example Sound IT Pro? I know that Pyramix does not record in pure DSD, but convert it to PCM (DXD), Korg Audiogate 4 does record in DSD, edit in wideband DSD, and then converts it back to DSD and it makes me a little confused.
I need a program that does what Korg does, otherwise I have no need for the ADI-2 pro.
http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2016/ … audiogate/
Wonder, as I did, how RIAA EQ and normalisation is applied to a 1-bit datastream? AudioGate’s developer Michiko Nagaki explains: “The sampling frequency is retained during signal-processing on AudioGate but when you edit the 2.8MHz DSD data it is converted into 2.8MHz multi-bit (PCM) data. 5.6MHz DSD is converted into 5.6MHz multi-bit (PCM) data. It is the same with the digital phono equalizer. After signal-processing, it is converted into the original format again. This is a strong point of our AudioGate application
2. In the "new" manual there is 4 programs mentioned that record DSD.
Why is the Korg AudioGate4 on the list? It is not possible to use the program without buying the DS-DAC-10R interface? (used to authorize the program). How would you record in this program with the Adi-2 pro? The sample rate is restricted to 44.1 an 48, when not using Korg hardware?
Thanks in advance