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MOTU 828 mk3 Firewire
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MOTU 828 mk3 Firewire

FireWire audio interface from MOTU belonging to the 828 series.

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«  VERY GOOD SOUND CARD »

Publié le 08/16/10 à 05:03
I chose this card for his versatility and connectivity, Motu is a great value and an affordable price, my first choice was to an EMR in the end I do not regret this purchase at all.

UTILIZATION

used with cubase logic pro 9 and 5, it is regularly connected and disconnected on three different machines with no worries! (2 fixed stations PC (xp pro) and a MacBook Pro running Leopard)

GETTING STARTED

install without problem but must have some experience of computer music obviously bcp people criticize this card when the problem is often lack of experience .. and the discovery of CueMix which I admit is quite complex for a novice on a motu.

OVERALL OPINION

is a very good card, with everything you need in connection there are good business opportunity because those who do not master the claims in general .. so enjoy!
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