As online music publication gets easier, releasing live material is becoming an increasingly more effective way of getting your name out-there as a musician, band or audio engineer. Technological advances have enabled consoles to offer this facility with more ease than ever before, but still, not all consoles are made equal in this regard.
Streaming audio via USB is commonplace; It’s quite easy to find a console that offers 32 channels of USB streaming directly to a laptop; but we often have our livelihoods stored on our laptops and after overcoming hard drive space implications and the possibility of damage/theft at the gig, a better solution would be to record whilst leaving the valuables at home.
This article focuses on how you can use the Ui24R to capture a great performance using it's direct-to-stick multitrack USB stick recorder.
In this video we take a brief look at the recording facilities onboard Soundcraft Ui24R as well as the quick and easy process to engage all 3 methods at your show. To find out more, please read the article below.
You can hear the results of the Ui24R's direct-to-stick recording technology by taking a listen to a Sound Technology sessions performance by Gabriel Piers-Mantel. This was Recorded at our facility with the Ui24R.