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Roycool Roycool
Publié le 04/06/10 à 00:37
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Comprehensive table level connections.

UTILIZATION

Simple config with the exception of the surface portion control.

It is to regret not being able to assign whatever we want different buttons.
This poses a problem for Cubase for example:
- If you choose the Mackie Control emulation, while a number of functions are inaccessible, as the keys to EQ.
- These buttons work with EQ emulation Cubase but then there, others do not work!

On the other hand, the machine requires a heating time to be able to connect Firewire!

In contrast, the sensory part fader is a real treat for mixing and for automation.

SOUNDS

Be careful not to push the preamp, they blow fast enough.

The sound seems less accurate than my RME Multiface ..

Ultimately I think the link in ADAT multifaceted and FW 1884 to serve as my first for converters and the 2nd to the mix.

OVERALL OPINION

Use for 3 months.

Like the sensory side faders and control surface that can not yet separate from the mouse.

I do not like the side of the various non-programmable buttons ....

Breath if you push the knobs!
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