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  • Fostex DMT-8

    Fostex DMT-8 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/14/08

    (Originally written by madkevil/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Types of connections (analog, digital, MIDI, etc.): 1/4" jacks for the 8 channel inputs, RCA input, 3 x 1/4" aux, Data in and out, 2 x Midi in/out, RCA rec output! - What ki…

  • Yamaha AW4416

    Yamaha AW4416 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/03/08

    (Originally written by Seith/translated from Audiofanzine FR) I just bought it. I'd like to thank the guy who sold it to me for his honesty and the excellent condition of the unit. Enough quality for a synth/bass/guitar home studio system.…

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - sat4n's review

    11/07/08

    OK. There's no way I can cover everything here, but I'll give you the most important characteristics among those I actually use. There are eight mono and four stereo tracks, and then another stereo track to which you mix down. Each track (as long as…

  • Boss BR-8 Digital Recording Studio

    Boss BR-8 Digital Recording Studio - Audiofanzine FR's review

    11/05/08

    (Originally written by made in spain/translated from Audiofanzine FR) The BR-8 is a digital 8-track recorder that saves audio onto ZIP disks. It allows you to synchronize a drum machine to your song, for example, thanks to the Midi output. It can re…

  • Fostex MR-8

    Fostex MR-8 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Dosent have a whole lot of effects built in, but it does have a usb connector so i just take the files off there and add effects with cooledit. Price paid: $250 USD UTILIZATION Super easy to use. SOUNDS Sounds great. 2 xlr inputs and two 1/4 inc…

  • Roland VS-880

    Roland VS-880 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    The features are basic but the machine is so user friendly it makes recording a flash.i 550 usd UTILIZATION I know the VS-880 is a older model but it was a good starting point for Roland..hey Roland!! Remember LED lights. I bought my VS 880 used …

  • Roland VS-880 EX

    Roland VS-880 EX - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Best $400 ive ever spent and would of paid up to 800 for it. The only thing missing is XLR inputs, but 6 1/4" are cool $400 UTILIZATION This is probably its lowest, its extremely hard to use (unless you have the bundled emagic software for it…

  • Roland VS-2400 CD

    Roland VS-2400 CD - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    The only real problem that I have with the 2400 is that it has NO SCSI, USB, FireWire, or any other way to connect it to the outside world. The CD-burning capability is fine for doing your own little projects -- but if you expect to make a living fro…

  • Tascam SX 1

    Tascam SX 1 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Everything is great. i can't say much, besides everything's great. $1,150 CDN UTILIZATION Although the unit is a little overwhelming at first, some time spent with the manual can clear up the cobwebs in no time. the manual itself is in depth but t…

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    20 gigabyte hard drive, CDRW drive standard in USA, recall scenes, graphical wave form editing, timestretching, sample pads, digital io, ...you can save your tracks as wav files via the CDRW drive and transfer to your computer for editing...you can c…