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Event Electronics EZBus

Digital Mixer from Event Electronics .

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Event Electronics EZBusPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
Audio interace,midi interface,digital mixer,control surface all in one...a lot of bang for your buck

Price paid: $600 USD

UTILIZATION

Manual is very easy to understand, took me about an hour to hook it up and started using it with my computer.

SOUNDS

I run my drum machines and synths through this and it sounds very clean with plenty of headroom.

OVERALL OPINION

Seems very sturdy and tough though I dont plan on gigging with it, its gonna stay home as the center of my lil bedroom studio.

I only had it for about 2 weeks and I luv it. No other product gives you so much for so little. I highly recommend it as a standalone mixer or audio interface.

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Audio interace,midi interface,digital mixer,control surface all in one...a lot of bang for your buck

Price paid: $600 USD

UTILIZATION

Manual is very easy to understand, took me about an hour to hook it up and started using it with my computer.

SOUNDS

I run my drum machines and synths through this and it sounds very clean with plenty of headroom.

OVERALL OPINION

Seems very sturdy and tough though I dont plan on gigging with it, its gonna stay home as the center of my lil bedroom studio.

I only had it for about 2 weeks and I luv it. No other product gives you so much for so little. I highly recommend it as a standalone mixer or audio interface.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 7-, 2003)
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Event Electronics EZBusPublished on 02/09/03 at 13:30
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Both audio interface PC / Mac, console and digital control surface for software (settings for all soft like cubase, sonar, logic, etc. ....).
Sampling up to 24bit/96kHz, amp, 18 ales analog I / O ADAT and S / PDIF, 8 analog outputs indpendantes, and of course USB connection PC and Mac.
3 band parametric EQ, dynamics (compressor, noisegate)
0 latency at the table (seeing that any latency comes from the computer, rather reassuring Evolutiv issue)
In short there at all, just a pity that this is not a firewire connection instead of USB .......

UTILIZATION

Manual clear with good tutorials can quickly master the machine.
The beginning is a bit confusing: the architecture of the......
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Both audio interface PC / Mac, console and digital control surface for software (settings for all soft like cubase, sonar, logic, etc. ....).
Sampling up to 24bit/96kHz, amp, 18 ales analog I / O ADAT and S / PDIF, 8 analog outputs indpendantes, and of course USB connection PC and Mac.
3 band parametric EQ, dynamics (compressor, noisegate)
0 latency at the table (seeing that any latency comes from the computer, rather reassuring Evolutiv issue)
In short there at all, just a pity that this is not a firewire connection instead of USB .......

UTILIZATION

Manual clear with good tutorials can quickly master the machine.
The beginning is a bit confusing: the architecture of the machine, numrique, actually allows to assign any input to any output (roughly fader control n1 not force entry an analog that does not necessarily the main mix is ​​"panquot, who left ... which .....), not evident. In addition there are 2 modes: 1 audio (mixer classic) and pressing a button it switches to virtual or faders and knobs control the faders and functions of the software you use (I've used in sonar, no worries).
After a weekend the machine no longer has a secret.
Only the equalizer is a little complex used

SOUNDS

Converters really excellent, but good.
It is true that USB is not gnial to the audio (as with any USB audio card), but coupled to a PCI ADAT is the bomb ......

OVERALL OPINION

A 002 digi-third of the price, works with any software that could be better?
Good faders are not motorized (the table uses a principle of mmorisation fader positions and active when reaches the value MMore but there is a notch with all the information (what not on the tascam) and especially the quality of sound, the comfort of work (this is really pressing the red button to record ...) mean that I am more than satisfied with my purchase (no I not work for event ... I love my console, that's all ...)
3 months I use it without worries. I hesitated with a MOTU firewire on the same price (I bought the EZbus in Germany, a 400 euro cheaper, normal), I'm really happy to have avoided the MOTU.

But be careful: there are two USB standards, posing a problem any USB audio interface of any brand: sounds with crackling, Bond used to the ultra short USB cable, double-check before you buy.
That said ADAT card can avoid all this
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Event Electronics EZBusPublished on 07/10/08 at 04:47
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Is Rack?
Non-rack
How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
-8 Primary roads, 16 analog inputs, ADAT, SPDIF
What is the type of connection (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
- XLR + Phantom, 2 guitar input, line level jacks 12
The parametric equalizer is it?
- 3 band equalizer / channel, parametric mid.
An effects section is it integrated? ...
- No parallel effects but precesseur dynamics (gate, compressor) on each channel
- Sampling 24/96
- No automation but scene memories, non-motorized faders

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?
- No simple, read the instructions
The usual functions are they easily accessible?
- When we take the usual
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Is Rack?
Non-rack
How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
-8 Primary roads, 16 analog inputs, ADAT, SPDIF
What is the type of connection (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
- XLR + Phantom, 2 guitar input, line level jacks 12
The parametric equalizer is it?
- 3 band equalizer / channel, parametric mid.
An effects section is it integrated? ...
- No parallel effects but precesseur dynamics (gate, compressor) on each channel
- Sampling 24/96
- No automation but scene memories, non-motorized faders

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?
- No simple, read the instructions
The usual functions are they easily accessible?
- When we take the usual
The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
- Manuel clear

SOUNDS

Convertos great, sounds great, effective equalizers, compressors chic doing their job
Dynamic well respected

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?
- For a year
What is so special that you like most and least?
- Compressors, guitar input (flawless)
minimum: insufficient number of microphone inputs
Have you tried many other models before buying it?
- Not digital but analog console unstable and uncertain. Once you plug in and it works, its perfect
How would you rate the quality / price?
- Excellent
- I would do this choice
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  • Manufacturer: Event Electronics
  • Model: EZBus
  • Category: Digital Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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