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( 4.2/5 based on 13 reviews )
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  • MrwawMrwaw

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 02/12/03 at 05:39
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    I use the UC16 from dernire weeks. J'hsitais between the UC16, the new Spin Doctor Kenton, the Pocket Dopf, and Phat Boy. The Phat Boy is a toy that does not mne trs far the Dopf is strong but the presets are horrible select (dip switch), and I found the Spin Doctor anywhere in France!

    Yes, the big question is ngatif the use of small pots while tight on the UC16 ... but frankly the aluminum case is not so cheap as a whole and looks strong enough (at least for the home studio).

    Another small dception, the manual is very limited and I think some UMMIT dtails

    ! Important point!
    Information is transmitted by twelve o'clock the USB connection (which also brings his energy the UC16, so…
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    I use the UC16 from dernire weeks. J'hsitais between the UC16, the new Spin Doctor Kenton, the Pocket Dopf, and Phat Boy. The Phat Boy is a toy that does not mne trs far the Dopf is strong but the presets are horrible select (dip switch), and I found the Spin Doctor anywhere in France!

    Yes, the big question is ngatif the use of small pots while tight on the UC16 ... but frankly the aluminum case is not so cheap as a whole and looks strong enough (at least for the home studio).

    Another small dception, the manual is very limited and I think some UMMIT dtails

    ! Important point!
    Information is transmitted by twelve o'clock the USB connection (which also brings his energy the UC16, so no power supply) not need a MIDI input port supplmentaire, and more MIDI Out of the UC16 may be used by the squenceur ... making 16 output channels and more in the Systm! plutt is a cool ...

    Operation is a breeze for VSTi ... factory presets are nice, but it is just as fast to its own small kitchen: there at your fingertips and 4 presets CASC direct (one button) control 16 noon on any information midi channel or controls 64 indpendants! Plus of course the 21 presets Autes ...
    What a joy to play on the P52 filters rsons

    Frankly for 150 Euros (price shop cheaper VPC), I doubt we can do better, even in the same building self.
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  • Crossing.mindCrossing.mind

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 02/12/03 at 07:06
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    I have the CPU for 1 month now and am generally happy.
    it is true that the smallness of the pots is not gnial.

    Cons: USB connection, which sometimes made his own:
    - Cubase not find it, must deplugger the UC16 and replugger ...
    - Or sometimes does not receive full enregistremement cubase nothing and receives 10 surprise measures further!!

    I pass briefly on an adapter and the connector over MIDI and no points.
  • LblLbl

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 03/02/03 at 17:00
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    Don I had a twelve o'clock that the controller was not expensive usb and small cracks so I ...
    Well it's been a week since I use it and a part of the installation problem on Win2k Pro I am very glad I play live with Ableton and rewire in Reson and this little controller saves me a lot of dboire with the mouse and switch between the two programs I finally allows manipulation of small live not with my mouse and my keyboard (focus on issues of window ...)
    Thank you for this product;)
    for the installation problem I explain my soluttion Forum https://fr.audiofanzine.com/apprendre/mailing_forums/?idtopic=11137

    Bargain good opportunity portable .. a good buy for the live .....
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    Don I had a twelve o'clock that the controller was not expensive usb and small cracks so I ...
    Well it's been a week since I use it and a part of the installation problem on Win2k Pro I am very glad I play live with Ableton and rewire in Reson and this little controller saves me a lot of dboire with the mouse and switch between the two programs I finally allows manipulation of small live not with my mouse and my keyboard (focus on issues of window ...)
    Thank you for this product;)
    for the installation problem I explain my soluttion Forum https://fr.audiofanzine.com/apprendre/mailing_forums/?idtopic=11137

    Bargain good opportunity portable .. a good buy for the live .....
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  • elomak_frelomak_fr

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 05/25/03 at 14:29
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    This product reminds me of my Playskool toys and flexibility of knobs remember taps rust ... Cel add USB connectivity (like computer music dj was not enough as pbl with USB and VIA chipset PBLS + Athlon) and you get a bad product trs qualit ... that is "fake" and is intended for people couturires fingers because the buttons, dj small, are spaced 1 millimtres and a half ....

    Good .. g finished my rant ... but I had to give my opinion even qd ..
  • Y^tekY^tek

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 07/09/04 at 04:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will raise the average
    bought new a year ago is in perfect condition, was released quite some time now (the whole night outside ...). What I rssurer its qualitée.

    Besides, I found the quality / price!

    There is still a fault, it is the level of peutards, shape, plastic ream and size make it the finger tends to slide a little when the heat rises above ..... but I see nothing else to say.

    A very good buy for me.
  • Fred3023Fred3023

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 10/10/04 at 03:22
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    9 / 10 ...

    excellent this little box, installing Mac OS X 10.3> no pb, and live with it works immediately

    Same with the hardware, my micromodulars are multiplied, and esi 32 responds to quarter turn

    Why not 10/10? because I lost time (fourth time) to learn to configure, it was even easier qe I did not understand))
  • IkkiniIkkini

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 11/11/04 at 10:46
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    I use this little box a few years and I am delighted with software like Live or Max / MSP is a joy, it's small, cheap and there are enough buttons to find the pleased with his computer hardware. the potentiomtres could be a little bigger, but you get used to rev quickly. BMOL is the only level of the display, it does you numro Submitted as you turn the Controller and not the values ​​... shame!
  • willburwillbur

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 01/14/05 at 11:41
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    I use the UC16 recent weeks, and I am satisfied with TRS.

    J'hsitais get into the purchase of peripherals such as up to now my mouse was enough to make music with FL Studio. As the price is not too scared, I'm tempted and I was right: simple install (it's USB!), Although one should not take notice at the foot of letter (no problem if you dbrouillez least one computer). Then I had no problem to use it with FL Studio, which recognizes the bte no problem.

    Ok, the knobs are small ... but they are big enough to use a home studio, and I've done in a snap!
  • croxxecroxxe

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 07/05/05 at 07:06
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    I've had two months.
    is generally not bad, but the knobs ... Aie Aie Aie, they would have to be more flexible!
  • e-koolke-koolk

    Evolution Uc-16Published on 01/17/06 at 21:57
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    It's been well 1an1 / 2 I have learned and I think it's a perfect little solid and robust machine with a very good value for money! With her at least not the lug j'crains ;-) The look is rather Kiff. No problem as long as the installed · config PC / software (s) is ok (it's my laptop) ... I plugged in and it worked live! Yes, I love it! Good care is needed to manage the sequences in Live, especially to support the accuracy of the plates is pri-mor-dial! (A few hours of training) Nickel for "humanizing" the records! Great pre-prog! Nothing to envy to other controllers I've tried. A reference ... I think ...
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    It's been well 1an1 / 2 I have learned and I think it's a perfect little solid and robust machine with a very good value for money! With her at least not the lug j'crains ;-) The look is rather Kiff. No problem as long as the installed · config PC / software (s) is ok (it's my laptop) ... I plugged in and it worked live! Yes, I love it! Good care is needed to manage the sequences in Live, especially to support the accuracy of the plates is pri-mor-dial! (A few hours of training) Nickel for "humanizing" the records! Great pre-prog! Nothing to envy to other controllers I've tried. A reference ... I think ...
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