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MOTU 828 Mk2
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MOTU 828 Mk2

FireWire audio interface from MOTU belonging to the 828 series.

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Djhodjho Djhodjho

«  Already 10 years of loyal service »

Publié le 11/28/10 à 13:02
His-options-quality converters, software-stability

-Used with Pentium 4 Dual Core Fixed to 2.2 ghz core and soon I3.

-System: Windows XP 32-bit

-Usage: Live Multitrack Recording

UTILIZATION

* The drivers are stable?
YES
* Are they often updated?
YES
* What software do you use most often?
Cubase SX 2, Live 7, Reason 3,
* What latency you get?
low
* How many tracks do you manage to record / playback simultaneously? ...
12 max

Very good

GETTING STARTED



OVERALL OPINION

* For how long have you been using it?
10 years
* What thing do you like most/least about it?
All the + =, = The least its not very accesible connectors, its not terrible preamp anyway ...
* Did you try many other models before getting this one?
Not too
* What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Cher at the time, Must now
* Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
No loot = Yes
With the loot = Apogee of course!

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