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Charlie Lab Matrix One

Workstation from Charlie Lab .

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Charlie Lab Matrix OnePublished on 12/21/11 at 03:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Mp3 player and recorder, Wave, Midifiles, Loops, 8 tracks numriques:
It adds up to 8 tracks numriques to 16 MIDI tracks or Mp3.
Recording and synchronization of texts for karaoke, jingles.
It possde table mix indpendantes complte with 4 inputs with multi-effects and paramtrables mmorisables to occur only with him on the branch box Amp returns. Everything is included.
Complete unit for scne, karaoke and the studio.

UTILIZATION

Operation is intuitive, for sections used.
The importer says a French CD-ROM in French.

SOUNDS

Polyphony is 256 channels. The sample set is standard.
Sounds can come from sound card-but banks trsralistes samples.
The only device that in......
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Mp3 player and recorder, Wave, Midifiles, Loops, 8 tracks numriques:
It adds up to 8 tracks numriques to 16 MIDI tracks or Mp3.
Recording and synchronization of texts for karaoke, jingles.
It possde table mix indpendantes complte with 4 inputs with multi-effects and paramtrables mmorisables to occur only with him on the branch box Amp returns. Everything is included.
Complete unit for scne, karaoke and the studio.

UTILIZATION

Operation is intuitive, for sections used.
The importer says a French CD-ROM in French.

SOUNDS

Polyphony is 256 channels. The sample set is standard.
Sounds can come from sound card-but banks trsralistes samples.
The only device that in addition to transpose and thus mmoriser Mp3 dperdition without the sound quality.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 2008 without any problem. I used a long time and the Charlie Lab Midjay Ketron I also sell quickly because of trs.
The Matrix One is expensive but if you actually use most of its functions is trs INTERESTED. The best camera in this CATEGORY.
Ren. Scne and studio musician for 40 years
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  • Manufacturer: Charlie Lab
  • Model: Matrix One
  • Category: Workstations
  • Added in our database on: 03/10/2009

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Other names: matrixone, matrix 1 , matrix 1

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