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  • radikalradikal

    Akai Professional DPS24Published on 02/09/09 at 18:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    More details technique.de anyway everything is in the studio (or almost)!

    UTILIZATION

    C is not easy at first, even broken head (especially routing) but with the help of another user (thank you Bruno!) Amy j've managed to do.
    the manual is a bit too pro to my gout.donc if you want as the first Aquer Becane good luck! but if you have some experience of the mix and you want to go pro will go for it! a lot of practice, the take any logical sense.

    SOUNDS

    The converters are excellent, perfect sound, I'm very satisfied, clear sound, true to the source.
    effects are well into the whole.
    Dynamic impecable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am using for several months, in fact c…
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    More details technique.de anyway everything is in the studio (or almost)!

    UTILIZATION

    C is not easy at first, even broken head (especially routing) but with the help of another user (thank you Bruno!) Amy j've managed to do.
    the manual is a bit too pro to my gout.donc if you want as the first Aquer Becane good luck! but if you have some experience of the mix and you want to go pro will go for it! a lot of practice, the take any logical sense.

    SOUNDS

    The converters are excellent, perfect sound, I'm very satisfied, clear sound, true to the source.
    effects are well into the whole.
    Dynamic impecable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am using for several months, in fact c is when my old PC is messing that I have decide to buy the real stuff, I like the side dedicated machine, it's a real studio, I turned on, it works, no conflict of PRGS virus or bug that so irritated on my ym pc.bien motorized faders, the automation, the edition ...
    unfortunate that the transfer of sounds with the PC via USB is slow (toilet break, cigarette sandwitch ..)
    the sound is high quality (uncompressed audio)
    The preamps are ok for the tickets synths, samplers etc but for studio microphones c is just (for my microphone rode classic 2 I must put the gain at 3 / 4) ... but I am using a mic preamp so light probleme.ya not even a multi-band compressor for mastering! good but I have mastered yet ...
    is a USB port and can transfer the sounds on PC in case you want to treat her on a plug-in or send his mix on the net (the transfer is too slow to avoid if you're the kind of press), or see tracks on the PC screen etc etc ...
    c is actually a computer in a mixer so the perfect marriage between software and hardware, may be connected to other machines stupid ad: pc, compressor, amp, effects rack etc etc ...
    So thank you akai.
    d in 2003 after recording it was worth 7000 euros! now around 3500, got a jl 1600 ocaz euros on ebay like new! mortel.c is the machine mistress of my studio, I would do this purchase eyes close, I think keep it for many years.
    ps: too bad that it does not sequencer yet she could because she has taken all afternoon ...
    in effect a "de-esser" would be welcome (and vocoder, auto tune, to-noise ...) was when the new OS?
    pity that one is forced to go through the PC (yuck) to view the tracks on a large screen.
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