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Vlad-Drac Vlad-Drac
Published on 10/12/04 at 11:33
Value For Money : Excellent
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trs robust.

UTILIZATION

Overall I would say that how to use gnral is quite special. It is not forcment intuitive. One must read the manual before starting. We realize that the use trs well thought out.
Just a small note on the manual. It fairly complete, but could be the advantage in some respects quite dlicats.

SOUNDS

Cot's nothing wrong. converters have good air quality. effects are effective (except the amp simulations ...) and the global dynamics is very well respected.
we might be able to record s'inquiter cot, knowing that this machine registers at 16 bits, however, we realize that the quality is and that is definitely not a handicap.
(It is better in very good 16-bit, 24 bit ... a mdiocre)

OVERALL OPINION

The big advantage of this machine is its implmentation complte twelve o'clock, which can be used as a control surface for any other VST squenceur.
We are therefore in a multitrack prsence numrique a trs good quality controller in addition to a system that computer. Therefore it is intended both for people wanting a multitrack recording as the main Systm (without PC), as personnnes wanting a control surface and a compact to save lives.

trs a good choice for a small price!
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