CoreStation Dual Raven MTi2 Connnections

CoreStation Dual Raven MTi2 Connnections

Setting Dual Raven MTi2's and a CoreStation

The following article explains how to set up Dual Raven's. 

You will be guided through the following steps: 

  1. Connected the Displays
  2. Mac OSX Cables and Connections
  3. Configuring the Touch Driver
  4. Aligning the DAW and Raven Software
  5. Saving Window layouts and Raven layouts

Connecting The Displays

In this section, you will learn how to connect the Raven Display to the computer. 

  1. Plug in the Power Supply to the Raven and then into an outlet in the wall. (If there is hum in the speakers, try a different outlet, or a ground lift on the Raven.
  2. Plug in the HDMI connector into the computer. If the computer doesn't have HDMI, use a HMDI to Mini-Display Port adapter to connected to one of the Thunderbolt ports on the computer.
  3. Plug in the USB cable directly to the computer. If there are no more ports on the computer, please use a powered USB HUB, as the Touch Overlay of the Raven is completely powered by the USB.

Mac OSX Computer Connections

In order to know how many cables and converters will be need for your system. Find your computer below for details about screen resolution and max displays allowed for graphics card type.

  1. Mac Pro 2008-2012
    Ati Radeon 4870
    Ati Radeo 5770
    GT120
  2. Mac Pro Cyclinder 2013-2017
    A.M.D 128mb RAM
  3. Mac Mini 2008-2012
  4. Mac Mini 2012-2017
  5. MacBook Pro 2009-2010
  6. Macbook Pro 2012-2014
  7. MacBook Pro 2015-2017 USB-C

Configuring the UPDD Touch Driver for Dual Displays

In order to know how many cables and converters will be need for your system. Find your computer below for details about screen resolution and max displays allowed for graphics card type.

 

Aligning the Raven Internal Mixer with the DAW

In order to know how many cables and converters will be need for your system. Find your computer below for details about screen resolution and max displays allowed for graphics card type.

In order to know how many cables and converters will be need for your system. Find your computer below for details about screen resolution and max displays allowed for graphics card type.

  1. Pro Tools
    Ati Radeon 4870
    Ati Radeo 5770
    GT120
  2. Logic
  3. Cubase
  4. Nuendo
  5. Ableton
  6. Digital Performer
  7. Studio One

Saving custom Window Layouts/Workspaces and Ravlays

In order to know how many cables and converters will be need for your system. Find you

 

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