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  • Lau.Lau.

    Tascam M-1600/24Published on 05/31/14 at 09:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    24 tracks including 8 XLR in line with PSU phatom. Insert all the slices.

    6 to post eq / post fade. The first 2 are 1 + 2 with pan and fade switchable pre pre eq. The Third sum half to monitor (I use post eq post fader ... it seems to me that this function allows you to mix the signal of the half with 3.)

    8 bus with baragraphes. Possibility of using buses as effects return.

    Release hand out with VU meter.

    24 direct outputs ("direct out") switchable-10dB + 4dB!
    24 magnetos returns ("tape in")
    These returns and outputs are used through 1-6 DSUB25 cables. (Up to 3 cables for outputs, 3 for returns.)
    Is selected if the bus or SubD25 sends out live track. Wholesale cable = 8 sl…
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    24 tracks including 8 XLR in line with PSU phatom. Insert all the slices.

    6 to post eq / post fade. The first 2 are 1 + 2 with pan and fade switchable pre pre eq. The Third sum half to monitor (I use post eq post fader ... it seems to me that this function allows you to mix the signal of the half with 3.)

    8 bus with baragraphes. Possibility of using buses as effects return.

    Release hand out with VU meter.

    24 direct outputs ("direct out") switchable-10dB + 4dB!
    24 magnetos returns ("tape in")
    These returns and outputs are used through 1-6 DSUB25 cables. (Up to 3 cables for outputs, 3 for returns.)
    Is selected if the bus or SubD25 sends out live track. Wholesale cable = 8 slices first direct out, 2nd cable, the other 16 etc.. You can book a cable to the bus. Brief config quite possible.

    Monitor section (2 assignable tr / L / R / to 1/2)

    Each track and are freely assignable buses and / or main outputs uncompromising to do.
    Each track, bus and include a mute / solo function.

    General solo adjustable volume listening.

    Headphone output.

    Line input 2 tr to listen to your walkman K7 example (or Ipad etc nowadays).

    Sub stereo input.


    (There is an optional baragraphe which allows for the VU meters on the 24 tracks)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup, everything is in its place, very agrébale to use even for complex routings.

    + 1 for the long run faders.

    I had trouble understanding the manual before the table, especially for specifications. Once the table is in the hands everything is clear.

    SOUNDS

    No disturbing breath.

    Efficient but not lightning equalizer.

    I find the sound of this neutral table without much character. It beautifies and not what he boosts returns unlike another table I had before her.

    Dérageant not, you learn to work differently (eq served me much more to attenuate frequencies that booster, which is based on the true sound engineer but when you try anything like it is in fout lool but this is not the strong point of this table ..)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used 3 months.

    Before it I had a Mackie SR24 VLZ (replaced by there to have direct outs) who had a potato and a reserve level that was a ESX sounded fabulous with here is not the case. Eq and potatoes do not boost a signal without unduly saturate. Better take care of what we do get that to use as a creative blender to fart watts.

    I'm not too much dwelt on the XLR inputs but this is largely satisfactory.


    What I like least. No insert on subgroups (as can take bus output can cope anyway, it depends on what you want to do with the inserts, personally I found parades).

    Weight ... but in this already scarce range with these options ...


    What I like the most. A 24 tracks with direct outs and 6 auxiliary post eq post fade at this price! The half on a single knob with pan, super convenient to the mix of live effects. The mute, solo, monitors and headphone outputs are super handy. Routing bus, hand etc. (see above) top.



    I would do this choice without hesitation, if I had the budget I would have taken another similar table lighter but at the cost 2-3 times heavier ...
    I separated only because the meantime I had live rehearsal projects that require walking the table every week, there is too heavy ...

    I recommend it to all homestudiste working more outside the pc and wants to be able to record separate tracks.
    A group in a rehearsal room it has to do it as a recorder behind, and the model only has to be mixed.

    I recommend nomadic loool
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