I reading up on the 32S vs. the 64S, specifically focusing on DAW Mode as I want to use the surface as a controller + using the DSP Power.
I come across these specs on the Presonus Website:
In the product features section, a processor is listed as one of the following:
- Compressor with Fat Channel plug-in models
- 4-band/6-band parametric EQ with Fat Channel plug-in models
- 31-band graphic EQ
- 4 FLEX FX slots featuring legendary classic reverb emulations and delays
Let's say I want to use the 32S in DAW mode and have Studio One 5 Pro running with 50 Mono Audio Tracks - how would DAW Mode and my DSP power pan out?
Will I be able to control al 50 Channels in then 3 Banks of Faders to control my studio one mixer?
Let's say I don't have an HPF or a Limiter running in most channels, but want a Fat Channel Compressor and an EQ on all Audio Tracks (50 x 2 = 100 Processors) - is that possible? Or does 1 Mix Channel correspond to 1 Fat Channel instance meaning I can load and control a maximum of 40 Fat Channels on the DSP of the board?
What I would like it to be is: I can control all of the 64 Channels that the USB Interface offers with the Surface and can load as many of the 286 processors across as many audio tracks as I want using the DSP form the 32S until I have 286 total processors running across channels, busses or FX.
Is that possible or will only the 64S have that kind of power?
Thanks for the help.