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SSL Duende

DSP Board from SSL belonging to the Duende series.

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altassel altassel
Published on 02/15/08 at 20:12
I wanted something that works well and is going at least a little something
when modifying a parameter.
To mix of logic with Rosetta 800 NS10M and BM15.
on a mac G5 2.3 bipro.

UTILIZATION

So I must say this: Integration not toptoptop ...
I've had three days and it's not completely plug and play at first:
incompatible with Leopard I had to downgrade my system and then download the update
the duende and change the firmware.
pfff, once this is done, if you have not left connected to the famous firewire hard drive is gone ...

GETTING STARTED

As it says in the ad: no latency and 32 plugs in reserve.
the sound is the total killings. monster bus compressor, eq and gate super great.
is a real added value!

OVERALL OPINION

Few days.
Its sounds, no doubt have the top and one realizes that
from the beginning!

not given but the rewards are worth the effort.
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