Plain English prompts on this page tell you what to do and which buttons to push. If you're not satisfied with a take, you have 250 virtual tracksat your disposal, and each can have a unique name. In practice, of course, you manage. There are comprehensive punch-in capabilities as well. Below the soft keys are a series of Mode buttons that let you access record, edit, mix, and effects functions with a single button press.
However, you can't assign the compressor to the stereo output, for mix compression. Product Reviews There are currently no reviews for this product. It is clean and a good copy. All multitrackers should be so thoughtful! The 16-bit recording sounded great; the 24-bit one sounded better. The monitor signal is usuallyidentical to the master output, but as expected, soloed channelsare heard only in the monitor signal. Unfortunately, we did encounter similar problems, with clicks sometimes appearing at the start of a punch and a sort of level 'bump' at the end. Recording is easy, but first youshould create a new Project.
You usethe Track Select buttons often, primarily when you change settingsand route signals. The same virtual knobs appear here too, but the rest of the screenprovides access to the settings for the tracks and inputs. A Project contains a recording's audio and parametersettings. It offers all the major features, including nice scene automation, but its effects are kind of average, it's short on virtual tracks just eight , has a small display, and its mixer section is rather underpowered if you want to run sequenced instruments alongside a mix. As mentioned earlier, each Project can contain up to 250 tracks, the first 16 initially being assigned to playback tracks. There are even some dual effects, such as chorus plus delay and flange plus delay.
The process will allow doubling and halving of length, but at these extremes the result is rendered very unnatural by artifacts. The only real fly in the ointment is the lack of dedicated user effect memories. The assignment of tracks is very simple, nothing wrong. May be that mine have not aged well, but the sound quickly becomes infected with! I have not had even read the manual, its ease of handling is its greatest asset. There's even a variable pitchcontrol.
However, the version without effects does at least cater for people who prefer their own outboard. I needed something to record with and I paid about 2K for it. You can storesuccessive takes as virtual tracks and assign only the best tophysical tracks for playback. Assigning a name to your Project lets you recallit intact after you move on to other Projects. I think the product was rushed into the market.
The time-stretching algorithms are particularly impressive. Derek Johnson and Debbie Poyser take it for a spin. When you're ready to record, set your levels using the InputTrim controls and overload indicators, and then make sure you'repatched up correctly in the Quick Patch screen. For example: specs, price, for sale, manual. That would make it easier to place on my desktop.
The whole file downloaded quickly. In this case, it is right. . The audio quality is as good as or better than similar devicesI've heard. The mixer-display interaction works well in general, but one thing to moan about is that it can be hard to keep track of which mixer channel's data you're actually viewing. And a flick through the manual reveals happy surprises on every other page.
Page 1 of 3 by Steve Cunningham The first of the new 24-bit, 96 kHz digital audio recorders are now upon us. The effect are silly and a pain in the butt. You can alsouse the mouse to revise previously recorded automation data;however, you can't create real-time changes to the effectsparameters. You almostdon't need documentation or support with this device. Two time-stretch settings are, oddly, not discussed in the manual.