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  • when_youre_inwhen_youre_in

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    ESI ESU1808Published on 11/18/10 at 01:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This sound card is all just great for the amateur course material but find me a sound card that stores up to 18 tracks at this price point.
    The preamp is not see through this terrible but worth a m m a box or audio. High Z inputs are very correct to register quickly with a keyboard bass guitar ...

    UTILIZATION

    I record live and often it is the perfect tool.
    now she has some bugs, but sometimes it's time to start or the breath out of my speakers when it is off.
    I also return (guaranteed) for a problem but after returning it works.

    GETTING STARTED

    The downside is that the latency is noticeable (requires ASIO) and the output path is not configured as an m-audio (except …
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    This sound card is all just great for the amateur course material but find me a sound card that stores up to 18 tracks at this price point.
    The preamp is not see through this terrible but worth a m m a box or audio. High Z inputs are very correct to register quickly with a keyboard bass guitar ...

    UTILIZATION

    I record live and often it is the perfect tool.
    now she has some bugs, but sometimes it's time to start or the breath out of my speakers when it is off.
    I also return (guaranteed) for a problem but after returning it works.

    GETTING STARTED

    The downside is that the latency is noticeable (requires ASIO) and the output path is not configured as an m-audio (except for SPDIF output for example ... Sound iTunesne out of that in 1 and 2 when there are 8 outputs (and the 7 and 8 are better than others (shielding, better connections)
    buttons on front of monitor, I do not see what use it since it does not work but hey, not too much interest.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I advise you to those who want a big config for their home studio and Protools will now accept the ASIO drivers, I'm pretty impartiente the above test
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