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Simon Mair

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  1. Cheers for sharing the link. At least I know now that I'm not the only one around having this issue. So fingers crossed that a solution might be integrated at some point soon.
  2. The problem also occurs when you’re working on one screen only and you have the mixer in the dock only. There’s no way you can avoid scrolling up and down in there. Maybe it would be enough to introduce a command like CTRL+wheel to allow scrolling only without changing any values.
  3. I wonder if I’m the only person having this issue: My Mixer window doesn’t completely fit on the screen, so I have to scroll up and down, using the mouse wheel. The problem is, that when you’re using the wheel while your pointer is right above the Pan setting or the level fader of any channel, it will accidentally change the value of the respective setting - mostly without you even noticing it. How I hate it when that happens. 😫 It would be great to be able to control the functions of the mouse wheel or to disable the wheel to change parameters like pan or fader level.
  4. That covers it really well. If you're completely new into recording and only have a phone at hands, it's a super simple solution to get some recordings on your phone. The sound quality was completely acceptable (given that the massive clipping truly was due to a defective device...). The latency however made direct monitoring almost impossible. Knowing now that it only takes an OTG adapter to connect a normal USB interface to most smartphones, I'd recommend to go down that path with a cheap Behringer interface since those offer a lot more features regarding monitoring and signal pre-amping. With a bonus, that you can use the same interface if you want to switch to a computer.
  5. I got the simple Link Analog one mainly to be able to quickly record some ideas on my iPhone. It doesn't need any drivers since it's transferring the audio data analog by simply using the headset jack of the iPhone or any other smartphone which makes it a super easy to handle device. The issue that I've experience was a nasty clipping at the XLR input (even with gain close to zero) as soon as the signal exceeded "whisper" level. In other words, I had to dial down my guitar amp (miced with SM58 directly into the Link Analog) below my normal bedroom level to escape the clipping. Meanwhile, I spoke to the guys at Thomann where I got it from and they think that I've simply gotten a defective interface, so I will return it asap. However, I've also figured out that it's easily possible to use my "old" Lexicon Omega Interface with iPhone/iPad by simply using a (no-name) OTG camera connection kit. First tests were successful with a decent sound quality, so that would clearly be my most favorite solution. Even if it's not as mobile as the Link Analog. So looks like I will also be leaving the Link Analog train again soon.
  6. Hi Jim! I was looking around everywhere to find some user feedback or discussions around the Link Anlog but there is basically nothing (except your fairly old thread here...) which makes me wonder a lot too. Have you bought one of the Bandlad interfaces in the meantime? I have bought the Link Analog recently and I'm having an issue with it that would be interesting to discuss with other users since I'm not sure if it's a standard behaviour or if I got a defective unit. So all you Link Analog users out there, would you please step forward?! 😀 Cheers Simon
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