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Korg D3200

Digital Multrack-studio from Korg

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Korg D3200Published on 01/31/07 at 23:34
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Bjr,
I want to buy d-3200 Korg capita but the meeting I can not see / try. My question: can we automate volume / pan / effects (tripping parameters ...) internally as a cubase or via cubase, midi ?????
there's there any restrictions that are (obviously) not in testing / manuals too succinct (new)
How many effects can be put per track? quality / speed is affected her? the machine claims to be able to handle up to 7 simultaneous effects !! etale t -it if we put as many effects or bugs, flow etc downturns are felt? or even (as before certainez machines) makes use + eral algorithms causes a reduction effect parameters (gender can no longer adjust the tps a delay etc ..)
what is the...…
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Bjr,
I want to buy d-3200 Korg capita but the meeting I can not see / try. My question: can we automate volume / pan / effects (tripping parameters ...) internally as a cubase or via cubase, midi ?????
there's there any restrictions that are (obviously) not in testing / manuals too succinct (new)
How many effects can be put per track? quality / speed is affected her? the machine claims to be able to handle up to 7 simultaneous effects !! etale t -it if we put as many effects or bugs, flow etc downturns are felt? or even (as before certainez machines) makes use + eral algorithms causes a reduction effect parameters (gender can no longer adjust the tps a delay etc ..)
what is the pb "small" e fadders 45mm race? poorer linearity / grip?

USE

Easy to use I guess

SOUNDS

it should sound (I write anything because I do not have the product;)

NOTICE GLOBAL

Bah
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alanvaralanvar

Excellent rehearsal!

Korg D3200Published on 03/08/14 at 10:42
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12 jack or XLR line inputs, 2 tracks and 2 tracks DRUM internal SPDIF. It's been well simultanées.Enregistrement 16 tracks in 16 Bit. You can store the scenes, it is very convenient.

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear and it must be read. Advice on the AF forum, especially for export tracks on the computer. Can remix any on any sequence, a real treat.

SOUNDS

The sound is good, good dynamics. I use the master CD, such as limiting. The effects are ok, but I use IZOTOPE plugings and WAVES on Samplitude. The screen is small, but sufficient if exports.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 7 years and it's really great in rehearsal. I had tape recorders.
Can be very good catches. I bought a...…
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12 jack or XLR line inputs, 2 tracks and 2 tracks DRUM internal SPDIF. It's been well simultanées.Enregistrement 16 tracks in 16 Bit. You can store the scenes, it is very convenient.

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear and it must be read. Advice on the AF forum, especially for export tracks on the computer. Can remix any on any sequence, a real treat.

SOUNDS

The sound is good, good dynamics. I use the master CD, such as limiting. The effects are ok, but I use IZOTOPE plugings and WAVES on Samplitude. The screen is small, but sufficient if exports.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 7 years and it's really great in rehearsal. I had tape recorders.
Can be very good catches. I bought a second OCCAZ, there ans.Il I missed 3 runways entries. They can be sync,. A total of 64 tracks playing.
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dejavudejavu

A remake, yes, eyes closed!

Korg D3200Published on 02/14/14 at 05:13
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Enough said.
You can record up to 12 tracks simultaneously (8 XLR jack and the other 4)
DD 40 go to my device

UTILIZATION

General configuration simple, clear and easily accessible manual functions (be sure to read the manual and have around during initial use). Although the screen is small (mini and even many complain), I have not been bothered by this fact.

SOUNDS

Good dynamic and efficient effects and filters for a model of good quality.
It is easy to export tracks to a PC and rework everything if necessary. For my part, I use Cubase. In this case, I record no effect and rule all in Cubase.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years. This is the first multitrack recorder...…
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Enough said.
You can record up to 12 tracks simultaneously (8 XLR jack and the other 4)
DD 40 go to my device

UTILIZATION

General configuration simple, clear and easily accessible manual functions (be sure to read the manual and have around during initial use). Although the screen is small (mini and even many complain), I have not been bothered by this fact.

SOUNDS

Good dynamic and efficient effects and filters for a model of good quality.
It is easy to export tracks to a PC and rework everything if necessary. For my part, I use Cubase. In this case, I record no effect and rule all in Cubase.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years. This is the first multitrack recorder that I try. I particularly like its little size, the fact that everything is integrated (no need for additional sound card or computer screen ...) All in one. It is easily transportable. It is reliable, has never left me.
Excellent value for money, since I could get it for a bargain prices (a stroke of luck that does not happen often.
A remake, I do not hesitate.
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reminouchoreminoucho

While an

Korg D3200Published on 12/17/13 at 10:04
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Before anything else, I have enjoyed, I sold it.
8 XLR inputs and phantom power jack, jack stereo pairs + 2 + digital input.
Provided midi in / out, works with MAC.
Save 16 or 24 bits (in this case 16 playback tracks max)
HDD recording 40 ° G
You can record 8 tracks at least ...

UTILIZATION

The great strength of the unit is to have the sliders on hand. An interface 16 buttons adjusts easily. The manual is very clear. POINT BLACK SCREEN is N / B, and small obsolete today. However, the details are there.

SOUNDS

IN the sound, it is quite correct. It will not shake the walls by its dynamics, but is quite transparent. The effects are good, except those for guitar, to forget....…
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Before anything else, I have enjoyed, I sold it.
8 XLR inputs and phantom power jack, jack stereo pairs + 2 + digital input.
Provided midi in / out, works with MAC.
Save 16 or 24 bits (in this case 16 playback tracks max)
HDD recording 40 ° G
You can record 8 tracks at least ...

UTILIZATION

The great strength of the unit is to have the sliders on hand. An interface 16 buttons adjusts easily. The manual is very clear. POINT BLACK SCREEN is N / B, and small obsolete today. However, the details are there.

SOUNDS

IN the sound, it is quite correct. It will not shake the walls by its dynamics, but is quite transparent. The effects are good, except those for guitar, to forget.

OVERALL OPINION

I used the D3200 for 8 years. It has never failed me, no bugs, nothing!
In 2005, he had no equivalent, it was the low end, or we had to double the price to get better. At the time I did not want repndre my head with the ordo-soundcard-software ... But times have changed.
The most significant is that if you have an idea, it lights up, you plug pressing REC and go.
If you want to make chiadés mix, it is also possible, but more tedious than on a computer.
The value used ratio (500) is very correct because it has 8 tracks XLR at the same time ...
I have never regretted buying this camera, I'm just past the computer in early 2013.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: D3200
  • Category: Digital Multrack-studios
  • Added in our database on: 06/27/2005

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