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  • ZarbiZarbi

    Korg 1212 i/oPublished on 02/19/03 at 06:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Please note there are no drivers xp or 2000, the manufacturer is giving up the goods

    UTILIZATION

    Please note there are no drivers xp or 2000, the manufacturer is giving up the goods

    GETTING STARTED

    Please note there are no drivers xp or 2000, the manufacturer is giving up the goods

    OVERALL OPINION

    Please note there are no drivers xp or 2000, the manufacturer is giving up the goods
  • potampotam

    Korg 1212 i/oPublished on 10/27/04 at 15:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 card direct to disk I / O ADAT, SPDIF stereo, stereo analog .... quite possible "shoot" for the era (1998)

    UTILIZATION

    Big incompatibility with existing equipment ....!!
    it is better to run this card with an "old crate" and Windows 98 or 9600 or a PPC G3 (t recenss have some problems on the G4 ... and forget with OS X ! all this because of the total Korg dsintressement to track drivers for this card!
    Zero-point!

    GETTING STARTED

    More drivers being updated .... Ineligible KORG !!!... Shame!
    I used this card on a Power PC 9600 300 Mghz + OS 7.6: What happiness!
    then on a 333 G3 OS 8.6 + mghz: a little less stable but ... is correct
    and finally on a G4 400 + OS…
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    8 card direct to disk I / O ADAT, SPDIF stereo, stereo analog .... quite possible "shoot" for the era (1998)

    UTILIZATION

    Big incompatibility with existing equipment ....!!
    it is better to run this card with an "old crate" and Windows 98 or 9600 or a PPC G3 (t recenss have some problems on the G4 ... and forget with OS X ! all this because of the total Korg dsintressement to track drivers for this card!
    Zero-point!

    GETTING STARTED

    More drivers being updated .... Ineligible KORG !!!... Shame!
    I used this card on a Power PC 9600 300 Mghz + OS 7.6: What happiness!
    then on a 333 G3 OS 8.6 + mghz: a little less stable but ... is correct
    and finally on a G4 400 + OS 9.2: c works when a want with OS 9.2 and then nothing for OS X. .. the computer does yours even more Get You Started with the card and installed ... hoo! thundering, ds me to remove everything works!

    OVERALL OPINION

    This card is used with the old and BCAN with old apps (like Cubase 4 or 5 on the Mac anyway) ... and it's worth it because it is a very good audio quality but forget it is a matter of urgency if we want to use it on a computer and operating system today!
    I put a triple zero on this Japanese brand that privilgie new equipment and a (too) tend to forget his old material !!!!!!!!!!
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  • odhoogheodhooghe

    Korg 1212 i/oPublished on 05/20/01 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See General Appreciation.

    UTILIZATION

    See General Appreciation.

    GETTING STARTED

    See General Appreciation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Is a good digital interface that provides 10 outputs and 10 digital inputs simultaneously (8 by 2 by ADAT optical and SPDIF RCA) is very significant.

    In our configuration, all couples with a Yamaha 03D digital mixer and Cubase VST: quality of a multitrack digital impeccable.

    For the analog part, we do not use it: it does nothing and gives me more like the A / DD / A are on the card (and therefore in the PC case), there are parasites BF.

    In Cubase VST, use the ASIO driver supplied by Steinberg on its FTP site: it is ten times more po…
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    See General Appreciation.

    UTILIZATION

    See General Appreciation.

    GETTING STARTED

    See General Appreciation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Is a good digital interface that provides 10 outputs and 10 digital inputs simultaneously (8 by 2 by ADAT optical and SPDIF RCA) is very significant.

    In our configuration, all couples with a Yamaha 03D digital mixer and Cubase VST: quality of a multitrack digital impeccable.

    For the analog part, we do not use it: it does nothing and gives me more like the A / DD / A are on the card (and therefore in the PC case), there are parasites BF.

    In Cubase VST, use the ASIO driver supplied by Steinberg on its FTP site: it is ten times more powerful than that provided by Korg (external ADAT sync connector or detachable Worlclock, lower latency [46ms 547ms cons] .. .)

    The conclusion is that ADAT card with a digital console, the mega foot.
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