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Published on 08/06/07 at 07:17
See reviews prcdent has noted that since the v5 publisher of the number of mix track is unlimited.
The rack always takes 32 tracks but each HD supplmentaire connected to the PC adds 32 tracks in the editor. No difference, ergonomics and remains perfect RESPONSE time of the editor is ngligeable.

Config program remains simplistic, once PARAMTR there is nothing more to retouch, does it work, and we can forget the technique to take care of the music.
Using a IEdit keyboard, all functions of the editor are accessed by a key which makes it incredibly ergonomic system (no more Apple + SHIFT + CTRL + K Protools).
Similarly one can connect any control surface system, I use such a HUI.
With keyboard + area include a mixer ergonomics, the edition tools +.
Ergonomics t particulirement tudie and makes the work of more than fast edition.

This is the strong point of the system, not only the converter are great but the internal audio processing is exceptional. It is a system that sounds and is recognized for ca.
Compare with a pro tools SS32 to be convinced.

Since 2002, what I like about Sydec is that we are not obliged to change everything set up every 2 years because the new version was released. When these people dvellope a system they do it over 10 years. Software updates are rgulires and understand their good surprises each time (not that bug fix). Sydec developped its users and listening to them.
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