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Emagic Audiowerk II
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Emagic Audiowerk II

Internal PCI/ISA Sound Card from Emagic

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AbnormisAbnormis

Emagic Audiowerk IIPublished on 10/01/02 at 00:22
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The dsp Intgr with memory effects for logic, I / O S / PDIF, PCI, and the nickel is true (with no other logic)

UTILIZATION

Install no problem, incompatibility with performance (swap the left / right because of the PCI bus speed), easy config with new drivers, just complete manual for PC (ca t you?)

GETTING STARTED

The original drivers are zero but set days since I use (and recommend to use the card and its access. Hardware) audio logic, zero latency direct monitor on my G3 I can read 16 tracks st ro with about a dozen effects (I've never tried more)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months, I like the nickel and dynamics, price is good if one uses logic, and I would do this choice. …
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The dsp Intgr with memory effects for logic, I / O S / PDIF, PCI, and the nickel is true (with no other logic)

UTILIZATION

Install no problem, incompatibility with performance (swap the left / right because of the PCI bus speed), easy config with new drivers, just complete manual for PC (ca t you?)

GETTING STARTED

The original drivers are zero but set days since I use (and recommend to use the card and its access. Hardware) audio logic, zero latency direct monitor on my G3 I can read 16 tracks st ro with about a dozen effects (I've never tried more)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months, I like the nickel and dynamics, price is good if one uses logic, and I would do this choice.
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bloomfieldbloomfield

Emagic Audiowerk IIPublished on 08/21/03 at 08:35
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Converters a few years ago ....

UTILIZATION

At the time, no pb

Analog input / digital single .. what

GETTING STARTED

PIII 700 192 RAM

The latency can be reduced to 2 ms max so impeccable logic in

the pb comes from my config that causes cracks in the recording / playback Simultaneous

OVERALL OPINION

This card has a potential date that terrible

The converters are of excellent craftsmanship and sound obtained is still good despite the passing years
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nicocodemnicocodem

Emagic Audiowerk IIPublished on 04/06/02 at 07:42
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Features very correct, but not enough to compete with other small modern professional sound cards.

tested on mac G4, Athlon chipset package via

UTILIZATION

very simple and very easy installation

GETTING STARTED

Very stable and powerful Macintosh, it is otherwise on athlon chipset via (abit KT7 and ASUS A7V266) and w98 or loud cracks were heard. w2000 work properly under.

OVERALL OPINION

Good value for money, the best card is obtained with logic audio mac.
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IredgIredg

Emagic Audiowerk IIPublished on 04/06/02 at 04:08
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The price is very correct (about 150 €)
the sound is good with a good momentum for this price

But works very well with CUBASE
it is manufactured to be ener with LOGIC CUBASE

UTILIZATION

INCONSISTENT WITH
the ASIO driver is bad.

GETTING STARTED

The ASIO driver is bad.
Under logic it works very well without

OVERALL OPINION

A driver avoid
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  • Manufacturer: Emagic
  • Model: Audiowerk II
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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Other names: audiowerk ii, audiowerkii, audiowerk 2

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