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Musikmesse 2017 – Ferrofish Pulse 16 & Verto Series Dante Converters Videos

7th April 2017 4:27 pm

Synthax Audio UK caught up with Jürgen Kindermann of German pro audio manufacturer Ferrofish at Musikmesse 2017 in Frankfurt, to discuss the new Pulse 16 AD/DA Converter and the Verto Series Dante Converters.

Ferrofish Pulse 16 ADDA Converter – Musikmesse / Prolight & Sound 2017

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Ferrofish Pulse 16 - 02 - Musikmesse 2017 - Synthax Audio UKFerrofish Pulse 16 ADDA Converter

Designed to provide a compact and cost-effective method of adding more analogue I/O to your recording setup, the Ferrofish Pulse 16 features 16 analogue inputs and 16 analogue outputs on TRS; four ADAT I/O ports, which provide use of all 32 channels even in 96 kHz SMUX mode; two TFT displays with detailed level information for all 32 channels; and a headphone output for monitoring all incoming and outgoing signals.

Like its sibling the Ferrofish A32, the Pulse 16 also features a simple and intuitive menu system, allowing for complete user control via the TFT screens found on the front panel. The device can also be upgraded to include MADI I/O, turning it into the Ferrofish Pulse 16 MX.

Find out more about the Ferrofish Pulse 16

Find out more about the Ferrofish Pulse 16 MX


Ferrofish Verto Dante Converters – Musikmesse / Prolight & Sound 2017

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Ferrofish Verto Dante ConvertersFerrofish Verto Series - 01 - Musikmesse 2017 - Synthax Audio UK

The Ferrofish Verto series is a range of compact digital format converters, designed to provide simple integration of ADAT and MADI devices into an existing Dante network.

Each Verto device features word clock I/O for external synchronisation and is remote controllable via MIDI or MIDI over MADI (Verto MX). Whether paired with Ferrofish’s own A16 MK-II, A32 or Pulse16, or another brand’s converter, the Verto provides support for all devices when connected via ADAT or MADI.

Like all Ferrofish converters, the Verto Series can be controlled remotely via the Dante Network. When all devices are connected via MIDI, the VERTO converts all Dante audio streams to ADAT or MADI, and the control commands sent over Dante into MIDI remote control messages.

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