Archives August 2021

Z-LiveRec 2.19 launched

Z-LiveRec 2.19 (Both trial and full version) is launched and includes a couple of new features and bug fixes.

Some new features in 2.19:

  • Auto Update function for registrated users added from 2.19 – will allow Z-LiveRec to update from now the latest version. (Requires network access on your RPI – to be able to auto update – settings found under the license tab button)
  • Running Z-LiveRec in bordeless application window – perfect for smaller displays (Set in a variable in z-liverec.cfg – deco=1)
  • Configuration is saved in Z-LiveRec.cfg directly when anything is changed in the application. (Previous – this was done at recording)
  • Dynamic update of sound devices and storage disks…if anything has changed during session – like adding a new drive, USB Stick…or adding a new sound device over USB using plug and play.
  • Z-LiveRec Manual updated to reflect the changes above.
  • Minor fixes when running big recordings – going over 4GB using ExFat and W64 or CAF type of formats.
    (Please note: Wav files does not support going over 4GB or using USB Sticks with FAT32 format)

Have a look on the product page for more information!

Z-LiveRec launched!

Z-LiveRec is a multitrack USB recorder/player for Raspberry PI 4/PI 400 & Core Class Audio/ALSA Compliant devices and digital mixing consoles like Mackie DL-16S/DL-32S series and Behringer XR18 &X32 series. It handles 2 to 48 channels, 48Khz, 24 bits recordings over USB 2 and store them into a single multitrack wave, aiff, caf or W64 type of file.

These files can later be used directly in Apple Logic Pro X, Steinberg Cubase or Reaper for multitrack post production or can be replayed to your mixer console for virtual soundchecks.