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DSP Board from TC Electronic belonging to the Powercore series

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  • lighthalightha

    DSP essential in a home-studio!

    TC Electronic PowerCore 6000Published on 01/03/11 at 13:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    * What characteristics have motivated your choice?

    algorithms of the system whaaou 60000!

    in other plugins:
    MD3
    VSS3
    Harmony4 compare with the Harmony engine antares not bad either!
    etc. ...

    With what tools or systems you use it? ...
    snow leopard + Nuendo 5

    # To what purpose?
    compose, record, mix in man-studio
    # What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)?

    mac pro / intel 640 7 2.66Ghz/8go Ram/4To go

    UTILIZATION

    * The drivers are stable?

    then the guys mef as TC took some time to make maj therefore do well when released lion gaffe on Apple right now are stable drivers for XP / VISTA / SEVEN / Leopard / Snow Leopard the rest I know nothing ...
    * Ar…
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    * What characteristics have motivated your choice?

    algorithms of the system whaaou 60000!

    in other plugins:
    MD3
    VSS3
    Harmony4 compare with the Harmony engine antares not bad either!
    etc. ...

    With what tools or systems you use it? ...
    snow leopard + Nuendo 5

    # To what purpose?
    compose, record, mix in man-studio
    # What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)?

    mac pro / intel 640 7 2.66Ghz/8go Ram/4To go

    UTILIZATION

    * The drivers are stable?

    then the guys mef as TC took some time to make maj therefore do well when released lion gaffe on Apple right now are stable drivers for XP / VISTA / SEVEN / Leopard / Snow Leopard the rest I know nothing ...
    * Are they often updated?
    for now it is I can not complain
    * What software do you use most often?
    reverbs!!
    * What latency you get?
    virtually zero over the PowerCore icon at the bottom of the window you can synchronize the sequencer plugin!
    * How many tracks do you manage to record / playback simultaneously? ...
    at a frequency of 16 tracks 48kz it depends on the plug-intensive DSP

    in 44.1 it makes me a twenty tracks

    GETTING STARTED

    * The installation is done it without problems?
    I had problems because I had to install a PCIe suddenly the system refused to'm active with the plugs provided, suddenly their support have enabled me
    * Have you experienced any incompatibilities?

    currently not
    * The general configuration is easy?

    Overall yes, but I prefer interfaces uad
    * The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    il'y'a pdfs & videos on the site builder that side SAR!


    OVERALL OPINION

    * For how long have you been using it?

    3 months
    * What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The +:
    Reverbs & Harmony4
    le -
    I have nothing to say on this side of
    * Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    yes the UAD2 I recommend this set gives his monstrous!
    * What is your opinion about the value for the price?

    I cop to the state for less than 1200euros europe
    * Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    yes because it's really worth it!
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