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Roland VM-3100 Pro

Digital Mixer from Roland belonging to the VM series

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Roland VM-3100 ProPublished on 11/23/11 at 04:27
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Small, but is just as great ...
Very compact, comfortable "at home" like a scene (small)
Concept of the 2000s, it is still relevant today.

UTILIZATION

You still have to master the possibilities ...
At first it shambles ... (At least for me ...)
Manual in French, but hey, you have to learn the routines ...
This table is very comprehensive and takes a little time to spend to use it fully.
I use it in home studio with several instruments and several forms of restitution.
Not used on stage, but there will be no worries ...
Really good ....

SOUNDS

For my part, the effects are very effective ....
I plug 3 guitars (an electro-acoustic / electric with a piezo / electric...…
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Small, but is just as great ...
Very compact, comfortable "at home" like a scene (small)
Concept of the 2000s, it is still relevant today.

UTILIZATION

You still have to master the possibilities ...
At first it shambles ... (At least for me ...)
Manual in French, but hey, you have to learn the routines ...
This table is very comprehensive and takes a little time to spend to use it fully.
I use it in home studio with several instruments and several forms of restitution.
Not used on stage, but there will be no worries ...
Really good ....

SOUNDS

For my part, the effects are very effective ....
I plug 3 guitars (an electro-acoustic / electric with a piezo / electric with 2 humbuckers a) with banks of scenes, I have my settings and reciprocal effects, super convenient ... So, at home, I n practical use not my pedalboard.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent Table.
I also have an old console from TEAC (Analog), may be warmer than the Roland, but hey is this longing ...
As a group, I have tested various 10 / 4, 12 / 4 and 16 / 4, and the effects of ROLAND outpace all other brands, and more, the memory function of the VM3100 pro, leaves no luck to her peers.

Never mind if I repeat myself: Excellent Table.
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Roland VM-3100 ProPublished on 11/13/04 at 09:02
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Trs good in this price range, dtails see in other reviews

UTILIZATION

Excellent with memories (Banks), routing is quite simple and very cool lcd to monitor levels. only regret the equalization not very accurate if c is good at all

SOUNDS

Very good converters and effects, complex routing and scene memories

OVERALL OPINION

Since I test the mixing desk, no more galres as with older analog I THERE virtually no wind and when the sound in the machine, no loss from the exhaust numrique r cupra in the pc.
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rynnfmrynnfm

Roland VM-3100 ProPublished on 05/14/07 at 05:48
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Be careful using the MIDI ... ... if you send too much information, the damper can overflow and lose the software, I have two more that have VM3100PRO software. It is very good digital consoles, but do not try to MIDI ...

UTILIZATION

And work with VM3100PRO VM3100 is very simple and easy to learn. If you have manual is perfect.the only bad thing is that it works only in 44.1 kHz

SOUNDS

Mic preamplifiers only have the noise, but not much. The dinamic are correct, eq the same, but it is a little difficult to place orders to transmit sequencer

OVERALL OPINION

I use this kind of digital consoles in 1994, and I love it. The only thing I want to be changed is the sample rate, I...…
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Be careful using the MIDI ... ... if you send too much information, the damper can overflow and lose the software, I have two more that have VM3100PRO software. It is very good digital consoles, but do not try to MIDI ...

UTILIZATION

And work with VM3100PRO VM3100 is very simple and easy to learn. If you have manual is perfect.the only bad thing is that it works only in 44.1 kHz

SOUNDS

Mic preamplifiers only have the noise, but not much. The dinamic are correct, eq the same, but it is a little difficult to place orders to transmit sequencer

OVERALL OPINION

I use this kind of digital consoles in 1994, and I love it. The only thing I want to be changed is the sample rate, I want c'ait been at least 48KHz. What do I like about it? The to. sending you can use the SPDIF and optical outputs and separatly to always send the two. analog stereo.
the price? the best, if you want to LIVE it the best. if you want to home-studio, if you do not record a DVD, it works for a CD quality.
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Roland VM-3100 ProPublished on 06/09/08 at 00:53
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UTILIZATION

A little complicated initially out of the analog and then niquel

SOUNDS

Superb indeed possible combination per track

OVERALL OPINION

For digital consoles:

DO NOT HESITATE THIS IS A TABLE AND A GOOD PRICE AMAZING HONESTLY, a small boot at all when you purchase and take the doc, and HIP HOP in 2 hours you know how to use it are superb.
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: VM-3100 Pro
  • Series: VM
  • Category: Digital Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 04/30/2002

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