Thanks for linking this thread Ramses - looks like lots of useful info in there.
Just to clarify how i'm using DURrec at the moment - i'm essentially recording 99 less than 10 minute multitrack WAV files, which might contain something like 2 - 4 active channels / tracks. (e.g. guitar, vocals, drum machine, reverb)
I'm slightly confused by Mattias' comment in the other thread:
'I have to point out that this 100 file limit is for an ongoing recording. Who needs more? Every time you start a new recording the counter also starts again at 0.'
For me, the counter increments each time I start a new recording, and it would be useful to record more than 100 files (although the workaround posted above is fine too).
I find DURec super useful as a hard disk recorder, that I can just hit record on the UFX in my rack to begin a new take and capture everything without having a PC/DAW session up and running. I'm also using the UFX as part of a mobile recording rig (running totalmix on an iPad), to capture drum takes outside of the studio. I could totally leave DURec running for a bunch of takes, but i'd then end up with loads of unwieldy WAV files to process - so in terms of workflow, being able to record more than 100 takes would be useful (i'm not a great drummer, haha).
Hopefully someone will tell me if i'm using DURec in a totally wacky way though!