Topic: HDSPe RayDAT routing advice for beginner
I am planning to change from USB-DAC to RME PCIe interface since I am building a new computer for VST-intensive work. The plan is to use HDSPe RayDAT card in sync with Focusrite Scarlett OctoPre Dynamic. At the hardware side I also have three synthesizer modules and a keyboard MIDI controller. Everything would run through Cubase Pro 12.
I am not familiar with this kind of setup so I have done some research on this stuff and from what I have gathered, the routing would go like this:
-Synth modules analog outputs -> Focusrite OctoPre analog inputs.
-Focusrite OctoPre ADAT out -> HDSPe RayDAT ADAT in (48khz sampling rate)
-HDSPe RayDAT ADAT out -> Focusrite OctoPre ADAT in (ADAT line -mode)
-Focusrite OctoPre analog output -> Speakers analog input
-RayDAT word clock out -> Focusrite OctoPre word clock in (RayDAT as the master clock device)
-MIDI Controller keyboard MIDI out -> RayDAT MIDI IN
-RayDAT MIDI out -> MIDI splitter MIDI IN
-MIDI splitter MIDI THRU (X3) -> Synth modules MIDI INs
-i7-11700k, 32g RAM
-Windows 10, Cubase Pro 12
Does this sound right?