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Optical In from Korg D1600


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Hello World

I would like to connect my Korg D1600 recording machine to my G5 via the optical, I understand the data flow of optical but i would like to know if i can stream it in and capture it with reason or logic,

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My CD player, (Sony CDP-715E, Advanced Pulse D/A Converter score digital filter, optical digital output,) The words displayed on the unit,

? can I stream this through the G5? and also record with reason or logic,

thank you from sunny wales

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