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Roland DM-80
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Roland DM-80

Digital Multrack-studio from Roland belonging to the DM series.

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Roland DM-80Published on 09/19/06 at 03:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- What is the connection (analog, numrique, MIDI)?
While 8 in / out TRS, 2 in / out on XLR and SPDIF, there's the South, the word clock,
TC in / out, footswitch ....
He works in 18bit up 48Khz, storage is SCSI, supports the Jazz, MO, ... the external HDD backup
The synchros are MTC, TC, all word clock or AES in REFERENCE to choose from.
8 tracks can be registered or read simultanment.
She can put 9GB disks. (100 Megs far from home;))

UTILIZATION

The config is rolandesque, but you get done fast enough. Then you realize that it is logical trs! There is a part edition, cut copy .... with display waveform.
Then the mix zone, where everything is recorded (fader, pan, aux,......
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- What is the connection (analog, numrique, MIDI)?
While 8 in / out TRS, 2 in / out on XLR and SPDIF, there's the South, the word clock,
TC in / out, footswitch ....
He works in 18bit up 48Khz, storage is SCSI, supports the Jazz, MO, ... the external HDD backup
The synchros are MTC, TC, all word clock or AES in REFERENCE to choose from.
8 tracks can be registered or read simultanment.
She can put 9GB disks. (100 Megs far from home;))

UTILIZATION

The config is rolandesque, but you get done fast enough. Then you realize that it is logical trs! There is a part edition, cut copy .... with display waveform.
Then the mix zone, where everything is recorded (fader, pan, aux, filter, master ...)
We must have the fader for mixing controller that allows accerder all knobs.
Then the game config.

It's pretty same vintage as the machine when, but that sounds extremely good!

SOUNDS

Roland was the era, pro audio, and spawned a system that is bttn o converter, but it's not just a machine in a audionumrique consider . We must also see how delivers and processes the signal, and they put the package: a system that in parallle without MULTIPLEXING! That you enter the bug appears beautifully well! Transients observed, the phase as well (for Stereo), the pais is the l.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought the DM 80 in 1991 to a small fortune (thank you to the Students prt;)! ) But it made me trs of many services.
State still running, never lost any data with, one bug per year (see below).
The DM 80 is an old cuckoo trs trs still holds the road well.
- The cot is ngatif edition, now with any so-called soft on speed of light, whereas with the DM, the longer call his ear has eyes for her ( weird right?;))
- Plus, the quality of sound!! I have tested with hardware machines "high end" as they say, and well frquences are the thickness, dynamic transients.
If you spend a voyer, try, and especially listen!

Attention is a machine diffrent DM-800 Allgemeine portable version, and I do not even the VS series that followed ... !
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: DM-80
  • Series: DM
  • Category: Digital Multrack-studios
  • Added in our database on: 08/29/2008

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