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Merging Technologies Pyramix Virtual Studio
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  • Merging Technologies Pyramix Virtual StudioPublished on 11/29/03 at 10:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I personally have not seen any comprehensive system ... 32 bit / 384 kHz, DSD, plays all formats ....

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The interface is not intuitive at first .. but the edition of the clips .. the dream

    OVERALL OPINION

    Surely the reference ...
  • Merging Technologies Pyramix Virtual StudioPublished on 12/03/03 at 11:37
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    It is easily linkable with a video production unit (card sony protocol 9 pins, LTC and VITC), optional card.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I find it intuitive trs (personal opinion), direct access to parameters.

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    a ring (AES card Mykerinos 24in / 24out)
  • Merging Technologies Pyramix Virtual StudioPublished on 07/17/08 at 12:30
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    Alala Pyramix ... THE software configurable, "full" etc ... all this probably true but not at all ergonomically, even the import of Pyramix becomes complicated (I'm not saying I can not, I'm just saying, for example, to import an audio CD, they are well merging in the head)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It crashes ... it's not reliable, the media manager does not know the refresh rate (often forced to close Pyramix order to appear in the media manager COPIS meantime sounds on the disc), to implement a effect such a clip ... must go through the render, which opens a window of effect rack, where it will come "rack an effect, to its settings, and then do a render of all this, he must indicate......
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    Alala Pyramix ... THE software configurable, "full" etc ... all this probably true but not at all ergonomically, even the import of Pyramix becomes complicated (I'm not saying I can not, I'm just saying, for example, to import an audio CD, they are well merging in the head)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It crashes ... it's not reliable, the media manager does not know the refresh rate (often forced to close Pyramix order to appear in the media manager COPIS meantime sounds on the disc), to implement a effect such a clip ... must go through the render, which opens a window of effect rack, where it will come "rack an effect, to its settings, and then do a render of all this, he must indicate a directory for that he knows it or it will sound meter line, it takes no initiative that Pyramix, everything is razor ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it from time to time under duress from a year, the particular feature I love most ... no ... the less ... its lack of "comfort" of work, I want to do sound, no computer ...
    report quality price ... I know I did not achetbr /> I would never do this choice, a wise ... a plush
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