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  • Fostex D90Published on 12/21/12 at 05:47
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    DtD 8 tracks.

    UTILIZATION

    Basic machine.

    SOUNDS

    Good sound quality, without ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I owned a Fostex D90 before moving on to Fostex Foundation 2000.

    The Foundation 2000 were developed by teams of NED (Synclavier) Fostex in the U.S. and I really recommend this machine, it is great!

    The D90 next to it is a toy, not real interest.
  • Fostex D90Published on 01/10/06 at 08:36
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    8 i / o analog RCA
    8 I / O on ADAT numrique
    Works in 16 bit / 44.1 or 48 kHz
    Removable hard disk media
    MTC sync
    8 tracks simultaneously.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy and Quick.

    SOUNDS

    Converters very adequate for a product in this price range.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years and he never plant ...
    Very useful for portable and especially not crash into 8 tracks simultaneously.
    So a very good report qualitprix especially on the second hand market.
  • Fostex D90Published on 06/20/08 at 10:32
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    Like its little brother the D80 with more time to record this machine is a marvel! Never any problems in fact inside the magneto is almost empty desert .. and in fact with the basics! and reliable 200 percent!

    UTILIZATION

    We must get into the idea that with 3 or 4 d80/90/160 Fostex etc ... you have a true multitrack with an input / output channel strip "physical" with faders, rotary knobs effects sends, etc. ... "The whole computer" with the mouse that drive all these people ended up being depressing! the must is the mixture of computer mouse click virtual instruments etc. .... with the beautiful console that gets 6 to 8 outputs for the drums and bass and other acoustic guitars......
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    Like its little brother the D80 with more time to record this machine is a marvel! Never any problems in fact inside the magneto is almost empty desert .. and in fact with the basics! and reliable 200 percent!

    UTILIZATION

    We must get into the idea that with 3 or 4 d80/90/160 Fostex etc ... you have a true multitrack with an input / output channel strip "physical" with faders, rotary knobs effects sends, etc. ... "The whole computer" with the mouse that drive all these people ended up being depressing! the must is the mixture of computer mouse click virtual instruments etc. .... with the beautiful console that gets 6 to 8 outputs for the drums and bass and other acoustic guitars équalisées "fingers"! I manage several personal with FOSTEX Cubase SX3 safely and out of the maximum audio pc! .. fun.

    SOUNDS

    Converters / effects / dynamic nothing to throw away!

    OVERALL OPINION

    My choice! I was working as a long time! attention having tested other config. (should not die idiot!) but this method is interesting for several reasons, it allows a beginner (even with the Louis Lumière school!) to understand the sound / acoustics / the path of a sound in a console / mixer and etc. .. and keep the physical side say touchscreen machines, I think we will come back sooner or later!
    Needless to say I have several decades of work and passion!
    By the way if need advice! please send me a mail!
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