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  • Yamaha AW4416Published on 05/04/06 at 10:13
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    Hello,

    Musician who lives in Paris / PR, I want a person who could train me
    on AW4416. I possde Adi a V.1.1

    thank you for contacting me e.yves@free.fr

    USE

    I have the manual EN V1.1 but not the manual EN V2.0

    SONORITS

    For development

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I've had two months

    I record long enough on K7 and PC

    Musically vtre.
  • for quality models ...

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 09/24/14 at 08:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Cecie is a combined (Audio Workstation) including:
    the engine of the 02 / R with a recorder and (for me) the card plug-in wave
    16bit - 48kHz 44
    MIDI sync and adat
    44 tracks mixes including 16 recording tracks
    pa dynamic voice processing
    2 integrated effect yam '+ 6 departure back
    2 connectivity expansion slots (for me 16 (dont8 optionnlles analog input jack mono + 8 inputs ADAT outputs with the wave map
    .... And a little sampler (not used for me) and small anecdotal sequencer ..
    good Net equipment motorized knobs holding up the disc and the machines seem well ventilated and therefore no noise (despite surprise at the beginning linked to the previous owner)
    mouse port......
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    Cecie is a combined (Audio Workstation) including:
    the engine of the 02 / R with a recorder and (for me) the card plug-in wave
    16bit - 48kHz 44
    MIDI sync and adat
    44 tracks mixes including 16 recording tracks
    pa dynamic voice processing
    2 integrated effect yam '+ 6 departure back
    2 connectivity expansion slots (for me 16 (dont8 optionnlles analog input jack mono + 8 inputs ADAT outputs with the wave map
    .... And a little sampler (not used for me) and small anecdotal sequencer ..
    good Net equipment motorized knobs holding up the disc and the machines seem well ventilated and therefore no noise (despite surprise at the beginning linked to the previous owner)
    mouse port is HS for me so

    USE

    manuals are clear with interesting examples
    the usual functions accessible but ideal is to properly get into it and to make scenes and patches of memories to save time ... think has to create a work environment if not faster time we lose

    SOUNDS

    convertos are not falling and the sound of the machine is cold and impersonal pluto neutral (qualities for me)
    y'am the integrated effects are just okay
    simple dynamic treatment but without common measure to hardware or high-end plug
    and dynamqiue is good.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use the following way
    I recovered in adat 8 tracks my pc
    4 channels are pure my old via dedicated premap
    digital input of my portable recorder and num exit on pc for sampling and mastering
    and the remaining inputs receives the rest of my instrumentals via a patch bay.
    this machine is good disservice and is effective for what I asked registered in situ without pc and mix

    but we do not buy a neve with pro tools
    with that, we bought a device capable of super def if we give ourselves the means with preamp and external but effective effect for the trad live bands and those with no ears to save a screen
    what I like most is its spontaneity of it made its patches you size
    I regret its weight effects blah unnecessary sampler and of course the lack of access to the drive via USB eg for "edition faster
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  • Yamaha AW4416Published on 02/23/13 at 06:13
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    In terms of features, I say "good" because this table is now almost a tool "vintage". However, with its processing capacity and the quality of the electronic component, I still use and am very pleased with what we do with models for the group.
    Ago as a heat catches her with this table that I can not find with others.

    UTILIZATION

    Manual, the dictionary rather, is quite heavy. and it needs to be regularly plunge to really use all the possibilities. But this is true with any workstation (if there is a manual!).

    The basic config is relatively simple, the functions are pretty clear once you got it right mode of operation.

    SOUNDS

    Converters are not always transparent, and I'm......
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    In terms of features, I say "good" because this table is now almost a tool "vintage". However, with its processing capacity and the quality of the electronic component, I still use and am very pleased with what we do with models for the group.
    Ago as a heat catches her with this table that I can not find with others.

    UTILIZATION

    Manual, the dictionary rather, is quite heavy. and it needs to be regularly plunge to really use all the possibilities. But this is true with any workstation (if there is a manual!).

    The basic config is relatively simple, the functions are pretty clear once you got it right mode of operation.

    SOUNDS

    Converters are not always transparent, and I'm against card! However, they are an excellent bill and offer very good dynamic ... and that is what counts. The effects are largely quite numerous and very effective.

    Quality side, despite his advanced age this table / DAW Plair made a lot of its competitors later by its quality and possibilities.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years, and I bought a studio ACCAS Japanese upgradait his gear, result: very happy, even if at first the idea of ​​having a transformer 220v-> 100v bothered me .

    Now there are serious limitations compared to that of the newest gear will offer ... no USB / firewire, integration with DAW PC world does not exist, the only possibility of transfer: SCSI CDrom .... fragile and almost impossible to find now, and I'm on my third writer!

    I would do this choice: Yes, but only if I go back 10 years and so 10 years younger! :)
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  • A tame

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 12/08/12 at 12:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See above or below;)

    UTILIZATION

    It exsite several manuals (pdf).
    Being a neophyte self on this one, I would say just the basics rather quickly. the rest as it comes ...

    SOUNDS

    I do not expose this debate, I'll just say that the sound is what you make it.
    The opinion is subjective.
    And it depends on the gear around that's for sure

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since February 12, I did not try anything else before but I'm much documented before buying.
    THE big gap in the AW is communication with the outside world if necessary.
    Apart from that. He does what is asked. ...
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    See above or below;)

    UTILIZATION

    It exsite several manuals (pdf).
    Being a neophyte self on this one, I would say just the basics rather quickly. the rest as it comes ...

    SOUNDS

    I do not expose this debate, I'll just say that the sound is what you make it.
    The opinion is subjective.
    And it depends on the gear around that's for sure

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since February 12, I did not try anything else before but I'm much documented before buying.
    THE big gap in the AW is communication with the outside world if necessary.
    Apart from that. He does what is asked.
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  • Yamaha AW4416

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 09/09/02 at 15:00
    Purchased at The Guitar Center in Denver, CO. for approx. $2400.00

    An very flexible and high quality machine. the overall capabilities really do equal that of a complete studio in one reasonably portable package. Sound quaility is excellent and if you're looking for something that will take you from concept to finished product ready to master, this unit will do it.

    Make sure you have at least version 2.0 of the OS (a vast improvement over pre-2.0 versions).

    Not for beginners. Due to the number of features and capabilities of this unit, it's not something a newbie to recording should start with. It's a pro level machine and Yamaha seems to have made that assumption in it's......
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    Purchased at The Guitar Center in Denver, CO. for approx. $2400.00

    An very flexible and high quality machine. the overall capabilities really do equal that of a complete studio in one reasonably portable package. Sound quaility is excellent and if you're looking for something that will take you from concept to finished product ready to master, this unit will do it.

    Make sure you have at least version 2.0 of the OS (a vast improvement over pre-2.0 versions).

    Not for beginners. Due to the number of features and capabilities of this unit, it's not something a newbie to recording should start with. It's a pro level machine and Yamaha seems to have made that assumption in it's documentation.

    Manuals are weak to just plain wrong in some places. A non-English speaker clearly wrote the English version of the manual.

    Due to the complexity of the unit, Yamaha really should offer training of some sort (or develop a network that can provide the training).

    The only issue with the hardware itself is the speed of the CD burner, which is painfully slow in it's burning process.

    Very well built unit. Heavy and solid in all respects. Metal and plastic well integrated with all controls having a solid and quailty feel to them. Time will tell if it stands up on the road but by all appearences, it should do well.

    If you know what you're doing, this is the best deck out there. If your new to recording, get some experience with pro gear first.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Yamaha AW4416

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 11/30/01 at 15:00
    Musiciansbuy.com
    $2399.00 (Free shipping and Free Apex 430 microphone $150.00 value)

    Quiality of the sound
    easy of use when you get to know this unit

    the color of the CD-RW drive (it should have been black)

    Good construction quality, it is solid

    buy it

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • Yamaha AW4416 Studio Workstation

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 10/21/01 at 15:00
    For inspiration, I typically like to go places and record or write my songs. For instance, it's always nice in New England to get a cabin in the woods in the fall and check out the foliage as you write some great tunes. To accomplish this, I could no longer use my PC at home for recording. I needed something powerful, yet portable. I paid roughly $3200 for this unit at Musician's Friend.

    First off, it's incredibly flexible. There are sampling pads, built in effects, a track display, several levels of undo and more. In addition, it's a digital hard disk based mixer / recorder with a built in SCSI CD burner. The sound quality is incredible.

    It was a chore to learn how to use properly. It......
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    For inspiration, I typically like to go places and record or write my songs. For instance, it's always nice in New England to get a cabin in the woods in the fall and check out the foliage as you write some great tunes. To accomplish this, I could no longer use my PC at home for recording. I needed something powerful, yet portable. I paid roughly $3200 for this unit at Musician's Friend.

    First off, it's incredibly flexible. There are sampling pads, built in effects, a track display, several levels of undo and more. In addition, it's a digital hard disk based mixer / recorder with a built in SCSI CD burner. The sound quality is incredible.

    It was a chore to learn how to use properly. It doesn't take too long to get in and start recording tracks, but there's so much functionality built into this unit it will take you a while to learn how to use it all. Not that this is a bad thing. This tabletop unit is probably as powerful and flexible as a whole analog studio.

    The construction of the unit seems relatively solid. It's a combined aluminum and plastic chassis, so it's not going to take a fall off of a table very well, but occasional bumps and bruises probably won't hurt too bad. The quality of the recordings as mentioned earlier is excellent. All of the knobs, switches and buttons are solid as well, nothing cheap about this unit.

    It's not cheap, of course. But I think you get what you pay for. The AW4416 is a fine workstation. The included functionality may be more than some expect or are able to get used to, but I think the price point is fair considering everything you can do with this unit.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Yamaha AW4416Published on 05/06/02 at 06:55
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    As my prdcesseurs (see below) are quite widely Describes the CHARACTERISTICS, I do not m'tendrai both the capabilities of the machine.

    I bought this box of race OCCAZ for an excellent price and a silent dja quip Map ADAT I / O (which I use at all for the time of Also, I sell it ... for the fans ...)

    Not much to add except that this type of workstation is very well together as skillfully pens and especially dynamically (thank you, thank faders motoriss) mixer, recorder, effects returns ... etc..
    And everything has a touch of the key concerns for the landscape changes instantanment my eyes still borrowing some ... plnitude.

    It particulirement apprciable as coming from a Roland......
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    As my prdcesseurs (see below) are quite widely Describes the CHARACTERISTICS, I do not m'tendrai both the capabilities of the machine.

    I bought this box of race OCCAZ for an excellent price and a silent dja quip Map ADAT I / O (which I use at all for the time of Also, I sell it ... for the fans ...)

    Not much to add except that this type of workstation is very well together as skillfully pens and especially dynamically (thank you, thank faders motoriss) mixer, recorder, effects returns ... etc..
    And everything has a touch of the key concerns for the landscape changes instantanment my eyes still borrowing some ... plnitude.

    It particulirement apprciable as coming from a Roland 8-track, where nothing (if not the guts to 3 cm by 7 cm) did not move "alone" even when it was necessary to demonstrate lot of memory ... despite the techno of "scnes" Submitted then also on the Roland.

    Note also the layout of the keys gnreux (rtro-transparent and clear: trs chic in black but also practical ...) that allow a direct ACCS core functions with display clear the screen (size trs comfortable).

    The use of CDR or CDRW for back up and give is practical and Securing.

    Note also the "small" Sampler ...
    2 banks of eight assignable pads from the "region" of track or from WAV files or from your favorite CD.
    8 These pads can, too, be programmed (Pressing Pad records and plays during playback)
    This programming can also be called, changes, etc ...

    Trs nice except that the total capacity of the RAM dedicates the sampler is not large enough (90 sec. ... About 16-bit) and that the allocation of "region" for CRER the samples is not flexible trs ACCS let alone edition pads (to shorten the sample before or APRS, not viewing the screen of the spectrum , everything is done by cutting the ear pieces Describes a unit so small that not everything Russia than with patience and a certain Entran).

    Sympa also buttons for EQ and PAN rgler dynamics (which offers a bit more freedom than the "wheel" on my Roland Previous)

    UTILIZATION

    As said prcdemment, from the Universe Roland, the approach is Yame diffrent but, after all, more "logical" and intuitive.

    Pass the excitement and head pain caused by the initial handling of the AW4416 (similarly the era felt for my Roland ...), a dip in the manual (well enough made my point of view) a good jet bases and trs was so little time to record my ncessaire Premire tracks and organize my first automix:

    Beautiful, it must be said ...

    almost everything is automated and paramtrable and is a joy of seeing his apprcier the faders, EQ, Pan, switched on / off only come to life as adults.

    First of all bte BMOL the same: the ability to edition.
    The dcoupage or marking may be prcis but at the price of a lot of effort and juggling in DIFFERENT notches.
    You can not edit a track both Yame and logic is not the most open (notions of track, but part of region), the lack of features as From / To which compiles the notions of Start / End cls are voting the Copy / Insrer / Paste. You will be fine but otherwise ...

    In résumé for Edition: you can do everything but I think we need to shoot not to forget ... especially as the Undo / Redo function is performed without confirmation or explanation of what does or dfait again ...
    Note that I did that for 6 weeks, 6 weeks I think something else ...

    The CD is not really fast ... but what we want is good sound, not forcment performance.
    Except, sr if you want to do a little house on the album SERIES ...
    For duplication, a PC would be better the case.

    To use I would have put 9 / 10 but that of the BMOL deficits in this page I attribute a 7.

    SOUNDS

    Always time for my Roland, I used a table Eurorack 2642A (Phantom power supply, good pre-amps, Eq 4 DAGE) to handle input signals before the multitrack.

    Despite the presence embeds in the 4416 AW 2 XLR food for microphones, I kept the Schma Mixer -> multitrack EHJV a little more ... (The pre-amps of the AW as I got a little weaklings)
    Otherwise, I spend all the rest (BAR, Gratt, Bass ,...) directly.

    The effects are of good quality trs. My only regret is that not being able to modify existing effects and save them and not CRER "scratch" effect of new chains.
    But hey, two effects processors, so the two insert effects on a small string is dj ...
    Our answer to this remains the Y56K card effect littralement "difie" the views of what I've read on ...
    Anyway, almost 900 Euros calculators out ... [...] Oh yeah ... [...] When same.

    For now, j'engrange. Between the card or a pair of monitors, my heart and my wallet swing ...

    I agree with my prdcesseur (see below) for a lightweight sound lacks warmth. But in some time, I think may be right a little bar by making better use of the resort.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this combined technology for 6 weeks and my fun is over (despite BMOL deficits above) and I immediately find a little more each time (this thanks also communities s users as https://www.socialentropy.com/aw4416 or http://www.aw4416user.info).

    What I like most about this machine is the logic gnrale (from my point of view, everything is square in the approach except for two or three tricks), and ergonomics .
    What I like least for the moment is crystallized by BMOL + high deficits.

    All dpart, I was working on a PC with Cakewalk and a Roland VS 840 GX 4416 and finally the AW!
    Is the most indniable characters "dedicates" the station as opposed to the PC (which has no faders or knobs) is simple but I like a.
    Then report to Roland is 8 tracks again, a good hard drive (goodbye Zip disks) and AUTOMATION !!!!! excluding the effects, the openings to the native storage (SCSI port: can be a Little bit old in 2000, a USB port would have done well too), to a PC (To Host port DIN) .. . reader / writer on board.

    The report was really qualitprix sduit since I bought my OCCAZ station.
    It was a year when I bought it but it is like new.
    OS V2.0, CDRW + optional ADAT card I / O all for 1950 Euros.

    It is clear, for that price, this resort is a machine that does everything gniale.
    It does not do everything perfectly but the budget is when trs trs even stronger.

    I am excited about this station and made even with all my friends who were able to see it work.
    Whereas I do not like a pro and it hardware apprcie with my amateur eyes clear and for once: a trs trs does well.

    Next Step the Y56K card effect or a pair of monitors. continued ...
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  • Yamaha AW4416Published on 08/05/04 at 11:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See the sites yamaha ... or view previous ones ...

    CHARACTERISTICS The trs are good.

    UTILIZATION

    I will not revert to the workstation .... and use.
    see other opinions that are excellent.

    SOUNDS

    See opinion prcedents which are the same as mine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wanted to pick up on something in particular. The other view is complete and I will not notice it ... rcrire I think you have understood what is the aw4419.

    I waited 2 years. Before posting this message.

    And here is my conclusion: Terribly less effective than a good sound card and a PC audionumrique.
    I speak in terms of use, over time, ease of use .... and price too. A PC is cheaper and more convenient to......
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    See the sites yamaha ... or view previous ones ...

    CHARACTERISTICS The trs are good.

    UTILIZATION

    I will not revert to the workstation .... and use.
    see other opinions that are excellent.

    SOUNDS

    See opinion prcedents which are the same as mine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wanted to pick up on something in particular. The other view is complete and I will not notice it ... rcrire I think you have understood what is the aw4419.

    I waited 2 years. Before posting this message.

    And here is my conclusion: Terribly less effective than a good sound card and a PC audionumrique.
    I speak in terms of use, over time, ease of use .... and price too. A PC is cheaper and more convenient to work.

    For cons: The AW4416 is a formidable machine to be complete in the field of sound: let me explain.
    If you have a sound to concert, with a pc ... is complicated and can sometimes impossible. . .
    L with optional cards, you can add sound to a concert and even save ... Simply by asking your AW and a sound system by plugging it.

    If you make a model away from home ... The hardware is robust practice 'travel and trs.
    If you as your composer ... you can take the machine in your car trunk ... etc. ..
    (A pc ... no, it's not possible).

    In fact, I'm getting a workstation that is excellent on all points of view, if we can combine it with a PC for its personal homestudio.

    Voil j'espre you talk about something a little DIFFERENT than the previous ones opinion.
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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha AW4416Published on 03/15/05 at 10:17
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    No rack - 17 mm faders 60 motoriss
    8 analog inputs. 2X + p48 + xlr insert send return TRS unbalanced. , 6X TRS bal. . sp / dif coax. in RCA

    2 monitor outputs on TRS bal. +4 DBu
    2 master outputs on RCA - 10dBV
    4 unbalanced TS jack outputs. 0 dBu
    Output Stros / PDIF coax. rca

    + Optional ADAT optical mini YGDAI 8in/out

    Two effects. no chaining algorithms. effects used. gnial nothing. (Qq but receives cool stuff on the filters, ring modulator, etc.). Mono in / out Stereo
    FS = 44.1 / 48 kHz
    bitrate = 16 bit / 24 bit
    Total automation (except paramtres internal effects) internally. Total automation with external MIDI CTRL squenceur changes or sysex.

    feature MIDI......
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    No rack - 17 mm faders 60 motoriss
    8 analog inputs. 2X + p48 + xlr insert send return TRS unbalanced. , 6X TRS bal. . sp / dif coax. in RCA

    2 monitor outputs on TRS bal. +4 DBu
    2 master outputs on RCA - 10dBV
    4 unbalanced TS jack outputs. 0 dBu
    Output Stros / PDIF coax. rca

    + Optional ADAT optical mini YGDAI 8in/out

    Two effects. no chaining algorithms. effects used. gnial nothing. (Qq but receives cool stuff on the filters, ring modulator, etc.). Mono in / out Stereo
    FS = 44.1 / 48 kHz
    bitrate = 16 bit / 24 bit
    Total automation (except paramtres internal effects) internally. Total automation with external MIDI CTRL squenceur changes or sysex.

    feature MIDI control surface 2 X 16 faders / buttons

    mtc sync master / slave
    midiclock master

    MIDI IN / OUT + output mtc. in out "to host"

    Non Rack

    Channel 24 channels / 16 channels / 2 Stereo returns efftes monitor / 8 in (including 2 to the internal effects) / 8 bus.
    Total freedom of assignments in / out including as a channel insert or monitor.

    external SCSI port
    Internal SCSI CD burner. (More manufactured

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is clear surtt the reference guide. dj I worked on 02R, I had no dificult to grip. logic of true split console / monitor. routing suprieurement Designed and usable. well-served sliced ​​stroke 4-band EQ settings. and dynamics processing. behavior and dyn eq. satisfactory.
    not really a machine for beginners.
    ergonomics and human conventions "audio" well suprieure the pc software and a lot of emachines "home studio".
    The menu navigation is correct. edition of the tracks simple and effective, but requires rigor of eWork not to engage in back and forth between menus.

    SOUNDS

    The dynamic is average.
    the A / D converters are transparent but pramplis are bland and lack of reserves of eGain.
    the sound is clean but lacks a bit of prsence.
    When possible, I lestramp bypasses and records via an pramp presonus blue tube.
    internal effects are useful but not extraordinary
    EQs are eficaces and much better than the 02R.
    I love the dynamic treatments (ts of the channels, except effects returns), they are nervous and aggressive. trs good on individual tracks, they are useful for the treatment moisn overall mix.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use S ince 2001. I had it in version 1.1, free MIDI (came with the v 2.0) tt silent and excruciatingly slow!.
    trs v 2.0 is the point, however.
    I like the routing of the console, flexible and practical. the simplicity of the functions of publishing. the eq, dynamics processing, automation faders with motoriss

    I prfr 100 mm faders

    I like least: The time stretch systmatiquement which cuts the treble. scsi errors of the drive. the fact that Yamaha has ceased head update, the manufacture of burners coompatibles and no longer support any user.
    this one is entiremnt provided by individuals. Note: an excellent freeware PC, unwanted by dvellopp amricain, which can extract the wave of the backup CD format yamaha. this function is available on the machine, but to efaon trs slow and rigid.
    I have not tried many other products of this type. just the Roland VS1680, which seemed odd ergonomics.

    The quality price ratio in 2001 (price "full pot") silent boundary, given the slow pace of surtt ela v1.1.
    secondhand today, it is well worth its rating. ttefois noted the problem of the drive scsi, more manufactured (or any compatible MODEL).
    e ESTC I would do this choice? frankly I do not know, but I do not regret it.
    ts in the case, I would stay on machines ddies, although suprieures to software reliability in terms of ease of work, flexibility, not to mention the strong over a pc.
    I dj party Save 400 km of my home in a cold cellar for a week. the machine did not move ....
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