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  • Ben_eggmenBen_eggmen

    Excellent quality / price ratio

    Zoom R16Published on 01/26/12 at 23:36
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    Purchased to save repeated and models at home.

    Used with a PC (Core 2, 2GB ram, sound card m-audio delta 44)

    No problem with drivers for Windows XP and 7

    Used with Cubase on the PC.

    Used 8-track simultaneous recording.

    RAS

    Used repeated 3 tracks for drums (snare, bass drum and an overhead), a guitar track, bass track 1 and 3 voice tracks.

    No worries, no stall 1:30 on continuously. The preamps do very boen for instruments, a little lighter on the vocals.

    Mixing is possible on the R16, the effects are correct for the layout, but the work is tedious because of the sub-menus.

    Used at home in divided doses (8 drum tracks, guitar tracks 2 (static + dynamic microphones),…
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    Purchased to save repeated and models at home.

    Used with a PC (Core 2, 2GB ram, sound card m-audio delta 44)

    No problem with drivers for Windows XP and 7

    Used with Cubase on the PC.

    Used 8-track simultaneous recording.

    RAS

    Used repeated 3 tracks for drums (snare, bass drum and an overhead), a guitar track, bass track 1 and 3 voice tracks.

    No worries, no stall 1:30 on continuously. The preamps do very boen for instruments, a little lighter on the vocals.

    Mixing is possible on the R16, the effects are correct for the layout, but the work is tedious because of the sub-menus.

    Used at home in divided doses (8 drum tracks, guitar tracks 2 (static + dynamic microphones), 2 bass tracks (DI + microphones), and 3 voice track, and mixing of cubs with waves plugin is perfect.
    The votes being taken with a condenser microphone made a high sensitivity, the sound is very good.
    The export file is in wav (you can put the SD card directly into the pc) and then with a good mix and good effects the result is very good.

    For my usage value for money is unbeatable.

    Namely that the r16 is also used in sound card to record directly to the PC.
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  • lerevecbeaulerevecbeau

    Zoom R16Published on 01/06/12 at 00:31
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    It multitrack recorder that can serve as mixer while it is not its main feature. It takes one input Hi-Z (high impedance) to connect a guitar, a phantom power supply on the tracks 5 / 6 and two condenser microphones integrated.
    It can also be used in DAW control surface.

    The drivers are stable. No need for software to use as a multitrack. It can record 8 tracks simultaneously and play 16.

    The implementation is difficult. The manual is not clear. Fortunately it's in French ... Condenser microphones are of poor quality. I buy the same in a music store in the room € 1.5 ... DAW function does not work with my software. It should be used with Cubase LE 5 I do not use.

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    It multitrack recorder that can serve as mixer while it is not its main feature. It takes one input Hi-Z (high impedance) to connect a guitar, a phantom power supply on the tracks 5 / 6 and two condenser microphones integrated.
    It can also be used in DAW control surface.

    The drivers are stable. No need for software to use as a multitrack. It can record 8 tracks simultaneously and play 16.

    The implementation is difficult. The manual is not clear. Fortunately it's in French ... Condenser microphones are of poor quality. I buy the same in a music store in the room € 1.5 ... DAW function does not work with my software. It should be used with Cubase LE 5 I do not use.

    I can use it for. Its functionality as a multitrack is correct despite its complexity. Condenser microphones are unusable.
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  • Anonymous

    Zoom R16Published on 10/30/11 at 22:22
    Something about this is special. I believe it may have something to do with the fact that the Zoom R16 is sort of a hybrid device. It can in fact function fully as an audio interface, but it shines in its ability to do digital recordings anywhere with either its two built in microphones or up to 8 microphones plugged in. It bridges a gap that quite frankly needs to be bridged between the audio interface and the potable digital recorder. It is nothing that should be considered particularly interesting, but its very existence in the realm of options is certainly something to thank.

    The best part about the Zoom R16 is the fact that despite the fact that it could be an interface, the latency c…
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    Something about this is special. I believe it may have something to do with the fact that the Zoom R16 is sort of a hybrid device. It can in fact function fully as an audio interface, but it shines in its ability to do digital recordings anywhere with either its two built in microphones or up to 8 microphones plugged in. It bridges a gap that quite frankly needs to be bridged between the audio interface and the potable digital recorder. It is nothing that should be considered particularly interesting, but its very existence in the realm of options is certainly something to thank.

    The best part about the Zoom R16 is the fact that despite the fact that it could be an interface, the latency can pretty much be a non issue since you can record straight to the device. Its integration with computers is a little finicky and latency is not the best when you use it as a straight up interface, but in truth, it is not the main draw of the device. Its ability for the faders to be used to mess with automation is a huge plug. It is a huge joy to have many many features consolidated into one small, inexpensive device.

    There is not really a getting started issue to this. It is a digital recorder, and while Zoom's menu systems take a bit of getting used to, the operation becomes incredibly smooth once you have the hang of things.

    My only hangup on this unit is that its preamps are not the most interesting things in the world. They do not drive a whole lot of gain to anything, so more esoteric microphones are not an option when it comes to the Zoom R16. However, it fills its role perfectly. It knows exactly what it is, and everything that Zoom sets out to do with the R16 it does very well, and very smoothly. The R16 is a fantastic option if you are looking for something that can act as an interface and still portably record large setups on the fly.
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  • froggy54froggy54

    Zoom R16Published on 11/08/09 at 07:03
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    Pourquié buy it?

    An 8 / 16 379 tracks, you know many (in 2009)?

    8 tracks simultaneously recording (taken combi XLR / Jack), 16 read

    Easy to use, despite the too small screen.

    Used in audio interface. It works fine but the knobs of the R16 become inactive, it's stupid! Raise the level of a track or change the pan directly on the R16 plutt in Cubase, have a cool t!

    SD card reader: no comment!

    MIDI CONTRL surface: not yet tested and ridiculous doc about it!

    To models with a group or taken live, great!

    I put 8 / 10 as a bit small screen and of course not motoriss faders is no memory of rglage levels quend track is tilted 1-8 9-16. But hey, considering the price ...

    I…
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    Pourquié buy it?

    An 8 / 16 379 tracks, you know many (in 2009)?

    8 tracks simultaneously recording (taken combi XLR / Jack), 16 read

    Easy to use, despite the too small screen.

    Used in audio interface. It works fine but the knobs of the R16 become inactive, it's stupid! Raise the level of a track or change the pan directly on the R16 plutt in Cubase, have a cool t!

    SD card reader: no comment!

    MIDI CONTRL surface: not yet tested and ridiculous doc about it!

    To models with a group or taken live, great!

    I put 8 / 10 as a bit small screen and of course not motoriss faders is no memory of rglage levels quend track is tilted 1-8 9-16. But hey, considering the price ...

    Installing drivers under Vista without any problem, stable drivers, not teachers correct latency.

    Cubase and a Dual Core, has cracked a little when there are 8 tracks play with effects. On other software (Reaper, Audacity) is running well. So watch your config and the software you use (comes with Cubase lite)



    November 2009 Update: When installing The models project in Cubase Lite, the Zoom R16 interfaces well with Cubase.

    In other software, Zoom is used as surface type CONTRL Mackie Control.

    Extremely simple installation and operation manual despite a more than insufficient and confusing. Attention ergonomic level, go through the menus button Pan / Eq paramtres your checks to insert effects. We search everywhere and it is the hideout! has cost nothing to add Fx aors Pan / Eq and everyone would have understood.

    In short, usability is not great but even when using simple trs!

    Mtronome routable in headphones or read or check out: perfect for a click-track, but not top Intgr tuner, microphone Intgr (of quality but it is not proper to record a vocals).

    Suavegarde self = super project!

    4 or 5 + knowledge recording mixing home

    it gnial, lightweight, simple and cheap. The sound quality is good, the ergonomics mean (but not zero).

    If Zoom / Samson day puts some functions by firmware or USB, has much the better.

    Report quality / price excellent!
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  • grassgrass

    Zoom R16Published on 10/25/09 at 01:23
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    replacing the Korg D8, which was 10 years old (and not down!)
    I plussoie with froggy54 for the majority of the comments, even if I bought it only for ct "stand-alone".
    I wanted a quiet and smooth media: SD cards are ideal for a!
    it lacks some interesting features (except I suppose if one goes through cubase etc) had the D8: automation in memory of scnes, "move to", insertion of blanks, cut a shift and a few other odds and ends ...
    but the 16 tracks make up much of the inconvnients.
    Briefly, the report quality price is excellent.
  • Ben WDCKBen WDCK

    # 1 on the market

    Zoom R16Published on 08/17/11 at 09:36
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    I wanted to buy a digital 8-track recorder, recording eight tracks simultaneous was what influenced my choice!

    I play in several groups, and to make a demo we used 12 tracks: 5 drums, a rhythm guitar, a lead guitar, a bass singer two microphones (stereo), 2 microphones chorus (stereo), connected via XLR Mic, except for the lower branches with DI.
    I bought it mainly as a digital recorder, the interface which is interesting to me, will be of little use.

    As it is written I have used it with 8 simultaneous tracks.

    I installed the drivers.
    The configuration of the recorder is as easy as possible, although the manual is essential to make the necessary adjustments, you often have to press…
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    I wanted to buy a digital 8-track recorder, recording eight tracks simultaneous was what influenced my choice!

    I play in several groups, and to make a demo we used 12 tracks: 5 drums, a rhythm guitar, a lead guitar, a bass singer two microphones (stereo), 2 microphones chorus (stereo), connected via XLR Mic, except for the lower branches with DI.
    I bought it mainly as a digital recorder, the interface which is interesting to me, will be of little use.

    As it is written I have used it with 8 simultaneous tracks.

    I installed the drivers.
    The configuration of the recorder is as easy as possible, although the manual is essential to make the necessary adjustments, you often have to press several buttons for settings, the screen is from another age, but generally it's pretty simple.
    The manual, which was in English, I also found it in French, it is very complete, I also found the manual very complete when it comes to the audio interface.

    I use it for one month already , but be aware that I ordered a 3 months ago, and it had some problem, it crashed and after several uses the card reader was out of order, luckily the retailer refunded me .
    Before that I had a little 4-track Korg, an input ... nothing comparable.
    What I like most is the ability to finally record 8 tracks live on a very compact model, the sound quality is decent, with dozens of effects, equalizer settings is also very interesting.
    What I like least, that one can say is the certain fragility of it all, it's plastic, the connectors are quite delicate, we have to go slowly not to risk breaking it! And above all the settings for maximum simplicity registered, because I do not find them especially precise enough to measure the input signal coming from the instruments.
    But overall, on price/quality ratio level, competitors are way out there!
    I would repeat this choice without any problem!
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  • fjohnfjohn

    Zoom R16Published on 03/10/10 at 01:45
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    Only 8 tracks at this price. By 8 tracks, includes recording. Reading, tables on the double. Otherwise, you can only record on the first 8, so we must move each track to the 9-16 range in order to really exploit playback 16 tracks. It is fastidious.

    Writing to SD card and SDHC up to 32 GB (efficient, reliable, inexpensive, often found in cameras, SD card slot available on most new phones). Access to the SD card is on the side and is freely open (and another on TASCAM BOSS, unscrew a hatch before having access to it to me is unacceptable).

    Output format. WAV directly usable on a PC (Yes, I'm not very patient and I understand why brands like TASCAM or other use proprietary formats for whi…
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    Only 8 tracks at this price. By 8 tracks, includes recording. Reading, tables on the double. Otherwise, you can only record on the first 8, so we must move each track to the 9-16 range in order to really exploit playback 16 tracks. It is fastidious.

    Writing to SD card and SDHC up to 32 GB (efficient, reliable, inexpensive, often found in cameras, SD card slot available on most new phones). Access to the SD card is on the side and is freely open (and another on TASCAM BOSS, unscrew a hatch before having access to it to me is unacceptable).

    Output format. WAV directly usable on a PC (Yes, I'm not very patient and I understand why brands like TASCAM or other use proprietary formats for which it must wait 3 plombles vi export a USB cable).

    2 XLR input with phantom power, a high input impedance, 2 mic, the offer is complete. Do not rely too much on the quality of the preamp for low back entrance cons, need to dream ..

    Intelligent positioning of mics up and NOT on the facade, which can record on a desk or on the floor (Not the case with TASCAM or BOSS). Same with the headphone jacks or any other which is located on the bottom of the device and not on the front.

    VU meter and peak meter readable from a distance and in the dark (the competition is on TV, good luck to know where you're at a distance). Real faders. Portable (fit in my house for guitar TOBAGO) and running on batteries (6 R6 for roughly 4 hours).

    The transformer is very small and heats up a little, good for transport (not included in the competition!)

    Packed ZOOM effects are provided and are is still mediocre (chorus reveb, ect ...). For me it is a recorder, the rest will be done on a PC. A metronome sound / video is also included as well as a tuner, AC can troubleshoot. The unit of measurement can be temporal or by measure. I do not know if it can do MIDI sync via USB cable, since I'm not interested in that.

    You can use it as a SD card reader by connecting it via USB, the transfer rates as fast as a standard card reader. You can also export your decision on USB, USB port is provided (practice at the end of a rehearsal I guess, it is seen that each have the mix of rehearsals). You can also import WAV file into a project.

    You can extend it by 16 tracks with a 2 ° R16 will sync via USB.

    Last important point: QUIET! No fan, no mechanical movement. :)

    Obviously do not send or insert for each track for that price, but it should be possible to fiddle with 2 output jacks to the format, I have not tried.

    ...

    I work in Snow Leopard / imac 24 alu 1st generation. No big problem to install. Cubase 4,
    I had to re- install as it would not finish (stuck at 100%). After killing the process, Cubase is there and functional, go. Activation of Cubase 4 with syncrosoft abominable (10 minutes with pross 100%) but it is, be patient and not imagine that the process is in the process of bugging.

    Can not run it on windows for a license problem. Mail sent to the support that Steinberg did not answer. You gourré not the first installation with this s. .. protection. My advice: ghost machine blank not to take the lead with just over Cubase validated. EDIT: Bootcamp is not officially supported by Cubase, if it works, fine, if it breaks- too bad for you.

    Control the fader in Cubase which poses no difficulty, it's nice.

    The sound card works but it does not serve me, this was not my intention. Otherwise, by not recording with it, it's disappointing, and the card is permanently lit (even with switch OFF) when the USB cable is connected. Moreover, it takes 4 clicks each time to activate the sound, god, that is tedious in the long run ...

    The manual is not bad, teaching, procedure by procedure, so boring to read in the Metro without the camera in front.

    3 Weeks that I have it already. Not much to recoil.

    The button click sounds fake, it's unpleasant. Ergonomics is clearly not the strong point of the unit as often, but it's OK. The sound quality is fine for this price, no breath detected yet, but I did not grow. The headphone clearly lacks juice, one must turn it full on.

    At times it is a clickodrôme, and it remains a negative. 2 examples: New Project = 5 clicks on the button project. If you want to move a track is Click button swap, click Enter button, click source track, click track, click enter, click exit ... Extra!

    I have not regretted that it does not have a dedicated pan button. and a single button serves to designate a track as mutable, recordable or part of reading short. Having said that, and to put things in context, on the Tascam to mutate it's worse, you have to press two buttons at the same time for example ...

    I guess that here, or in competition which provides a stereo card, Zoom provides here 4 times that and it is certainly not the same quality. The mics are correct for the microphone and will do for now, but if you have a Shure SM57/58 lying around in the corner, please.

    I made the take with the mic, a Shure SM58, an MTA 4033 and a Rhode NT2 on a guitar and a voice to compare. You'll find them here: http://john.fender.free.fr/Export/AF/ZoomR16FirstTakes/, it will give you an idea of ​​what to expect level mics.

    I also make another shout out and compared notably the preamps to those of the R16 pro preamp input range (5051 TLA tube and ONEQ of JOEMEEK), this will give you an idea of ​​the difference it can exist between this type of preamp necessarily low-end and low and it brings a good preamp, absolutely necessary to go further: http://john.fender.free.fr/Export/AF/TLA5051VSOneQ/

    It served as a musical notepad to record in a studio (in particular to record the drums). Not bad, and anyway I have not found better: it's still an excellent value for money. I do not recommend this type of device to the mix unless you are a puppeteer. With a PC with Cubase or Soundforge you will go 10 times faster with a much better quality and comfort.

    For those who want to go further, I recommend the RME 400 UC.
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  • will_bruwill_bru

    The Swiss army knife of home-made demo

    Zoom R16Published on 07/08/10 at 07:12
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    Primarily, the zoom was a big expectation on my part and that of the band for a single reason:
    With 8 recordable tracks simultaneously, it is really one of - if not the - best value for money products in this range.

    I use two different ways: in "stand alone" to record rehearsals, catch drums, vocals, etc.. all far from my pc (I'm in an apartment and the drum tracks are therefore taken in a place far enough away from my tower), or maybe my house to record direct guitars, basses, and even singing when the neighbors are mop: p

    Connected to a PC running Vista via USB port, used as an audio interface, latency is largely correct (we do not hear it). Namely it can also serve as a controller f…
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    Primarily, the zoom was a big expectation on my part and that of the band for a single reason:
    With 8 recordable tracks simultaneously, it is really one of - if not the - best value for money products in this range.

    I use two different ways: in "stand alone" to record rehearsals, catch drums, vocals, etc.. all far from my pc (I'm in an apartment and the drum tracks are therefore taken in a place far enough away from my tower), or maybe my house to record direct guitars, basses, and even singing when the neighbors are mop: p

    Connected to a PC running Vista via USB port, used as an audio interface, latency is largely correct (we do not hear it). Namely it can also serve as a controller for sequencer, but I'm using it as can, too used to tweak the mouse ...

    Regarding drivers, I have a problem: I am forced to disable wireless network interface. Otherwise, it happens at the interface "curling" and completely block the sequencer.

    I use Reaper, but I also tested the version that comes with CUBASE LE4 interface is quite functional (except of course the wifi network adapter).

    Namely that also recently Zoom released drivers (regularly updated, on average every two months) to run the R16 with Windows Vista 64 bit (I'm 32-bit, and with 4gig of RAM, I do not need more).

    Again, with this configuration, the latency is very low (I have not calculated, but it is imperceptible.)

    To install, if I had clues about the wireless network card that made me doubt for a long time the state of the equipment, nothing to declare, just read the doc, and everything happens as with most hardware of this type. Nothing specific to report. Things to know also that the updates are super simple to implement.

    The material, a bit rough (but not in the explanations in the logical order of chapters) is more than enough to get their hands on all the possibilities of the machine.

    One inconsistency, does this damn wireless card. But obviously I am an exception: '(

    I use it for 8 months already, and I had no hardware equivalent before. There are two reasons:
    1. I had no time to make computer music
    2. I did not find such material before. Suffice to say that the thing fits my needs exactly (neither too much nor too little)

    What I like most:
    Well the whole beast, the ability to record 8 tracks simultaneously, it is versatile (stand alone, audio interface)

    What I like least:
    At the same time I knew about I purchased it, and for the price you have to be happy with that, but it is true that LCD is still rikiki hack and requires to press 15 times the same button to get to that menu you want. But hey, it's still manageable.

    I would repeat this choice because obviously this is the tool I needed. More than 8 entries, I would never use it, and under that it was not possible. 

    So obviously my grades are very high, but we must place them in relation with my needs. We can of course find tougher integrated preamp, cards with more inputs / opportunities, etc.. But I have found the rare gem.
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  • domi04domi04

    A good choice

    Zoom R16Published on 07/09/10 at 16:25
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    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    The appearance of a 3 in 1 product. I, who wanted a midi controller, audio interface and a MIDI recorder, I'm quite pleased.

    With which instruments or systems (console, preamp, DTD ...) do you use it and in what connection? ...
    I use it to record a piano, guitar, keyboards, vocals ... Note that the mics are very good.

    What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)?
    Notebook Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz, 4GB ram.

    The drivers are stable, but I had a cracking problem. By disabling a Windows process called ACPI, I don't have this problem anymore

    I use with Cubase, Guitar Rig and Amplitube and Kontakt

    In audio interface, I've never re…
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    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    The appearance of a 3 in 1 product. I, who wanted a midi controller, audio interface and a MIDI recorder, I'm quite pleased.

    With which instruments or systems (console, preamp, DTD ...) do you use it and in what connection? ...
    I use it to record a piano, guitar, keyboards, vocals ... Note that the mics are very good.

    What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)?
    Notebook Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz, 4GB ram.

    The drivers are stable, but I had a cracking problem. By disabling a Windows process called ACPI, I don't have this problem anymore

    I use with Cubase, Guitar Rig and Amplitube and Kontakt

    In audio interface, I've never recorded more than 2 tracks at once.

    In latency, I get about 15ms

    The installation is done it without problems?
    Yes, no fuss

    The general configuration is easy?
    In recorder mode, menus are not very intuitive, but we made it

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    Yes

    For how long have you been using it?
    For 2 months

    Have you tried many other models before purchasing
    I had the alesis IO2, but not enough for my needs.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Pros: the 3 in 1, the ability to record without a plug (batteries), the export of key or SD card, the size, recording quality
    The least: risky menus, the knobs could be MIDI controllers, the lack of MIDI

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    More than good
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  • thegaouthegaou

    stay on land

    Zoom R16Published on 09/09/10 at 00:49
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    Motivation: price for 16 tracks (8 concurrent)
    I never use it as sound card
    purchased to make a demo for a group (keyboard, 3 vocals, bass, guitar, violin, percussions, drums)
    otherwise I used the pre-amp for a Yamaha MG16 / 4 through the inserts to ensure maximum use of pre-amp R16

    stable drivers with my imac
    but I do not use it as a sound card
    I did a test with the supplied Cubase I have not had any problems


    manual clear to me

    I like the price
    but still very basic editing on this machine
    for me it's just like a VCR
    after it must pass under a DAW to clean everything
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    Motivation: price for 16 tracks (8 concurrent)
    I never use it as sound card
    purchased to make a demo for a group (keyboard, 3 vocals, bass, guitar, violin, percussions, drums)
    otherwise I used the pre-amp for a Yamaha MG16 / 4 through the inserts to ensure maximum use of pre-amp R16

    stable drivers with my imac
    but I do not use it as a sound card
    I did a test with the supplied Cubase I have not had any problems


    manual clear to me

    I like the price
    but still very basic editing on this machine
    for me it's just like a VCR
    after it must pass under a DAW to clean everything
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