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MOTU Traveler-mk3
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MOTU Traveler-mk3

FireWire audio interface from MOTU belonging to the Traveler series.

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Tolteck Tolteck

«  for professional use »

Publié le 01/23/11 à 08:40
The characteristics are well described elsewhere.
I bought it to replace a MKII Traveler: DSP functions interested me.
The EQ is very effective. The signal analysis functions are handy.

UTILIZATION

Nothing to say about the use of: operating systems run on Mac 10.6.4

GETTING STARTED

The microphone inputs are noisy under 48v. Another new card had the same problem. The card is part of SAV in August 2010 (French official importer sends the U.S.). She did not return to 23 January 2011. The importer does not respond to messages or the mail.
Map

OVERALL OPINION

very effective, the only model standalone-dsp before the release of EMR Fx
Importer inadequate for professional use. It's money blocked. Avoid it.
Motu is done under these conditions. To avoid
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