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Yamaha 01V96
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Yamaha 01V96

Digital Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the 01V series.

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tono tono
Published on 08/02/03 at 09:21
Console 19 ", 12 pramps microphone XLR / TRS inserts, 4 TRS line inputs, 8 aux, 8 bus, 4omni out assignable analog stereo TRS out XLR, TRS monitor outs, 8 I / O toslink adat in, 4-band full parametric EQ, compressor and gate for each spars, four multi-effects house, 100% virtual patch, up to 40 tracks mixing, a slot for optional MY, up 24 / 96 (with half the capacity), automation via MIDI, function remote control software for USB audio.Faders 100mm.Port, Book with the control software studio manager.

UTILIZATION

As usual, Yamaha has done things. The doc is Retailer and clear, but the habit of yamaha consoles numriques aisment can do without as the menus are simple and clairs.Studio manager lists the main features of the console on 'grit and simplifies viewing normment paramtres (particularly for virtual patch matrix). The large LCD screen also makes the grip, and orders of eq (finally a button to the q !) and pan are places.Un BMOL small pots for the 4 stereo in ... rpart in 2 layers of 2, place oblige it should not stop juggling the switch, and it is difficult to control their level ...

SOUNDS

Yamaha has made great progress since the quality of 01V 1st gnration.La pramps and A / D converters has made significant progress seems to sound more "soft" compared his ain e.les effects trs effective as ever, with a control of tap tempo for dlais and LFO cool.Les eq ... have 2 modes, which play on the slopes of the filters, and can choose between a surgical eq, and more soft.Dommage there is no HPF / LPF spars, requires a sacrifice extrmes.La dynamic bands is excellent.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a month (a Premire of books in France) and frankly ... it's a Yamaha !!!!! KILL relgue former MODELS forgotten, and puts still wind concurrence.J have always my first generation 01V (which is incidentally a great little console) but the one we concentrate DM carrment 2000.Aucune Concession 't is done, mix all the channels without exception have the same CHARACTERISTICS (eq, the, bus, dynamic). dcuple Virtual Patch capability also has the console.On eq, compressors, gates and delays on all outputs ... And all for less than 3000 euros with a card MY16AT 16 I / O adat! In the studio or live, with good external pramps more (like OctoPre or digimax LT) are obtained configs to kill for prices drisoires.Par example, I was able to record a live band (16 tracks) via the first eq live out in adat, while grant on its faade and 5 scne return circuit, using two rverbes delay and internal ... More good news coming out behringer with a Eightfold pramp 8 I / O and ADAT 8 XLR analog output for less than 450 euros.Ca means that with the 01V96 and two of these racks, we have a config with 28 mics, 4line, and 22 assignable analog output bus ........ . A buy eyes closed!
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