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    Akai MPK49 - Reliable Keyboard

    by tom808 on 07-24-2014 04:33 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=71585" alt="" title="Akai MPK49 - Reliable Keyboard" /></p>Akai is know for quality, so this has 49 keys, on left side comes with pitch bend and modulation wheel which are very smooth and comfortable to use. You have 12 pads and modifiers for the pads which is usually used for sampling drums and sound loops, pads are very solid and if you have used any other Akai pads you know their well made. In the middle of the board you have the LCD screen which is clear to see, below you have buttons and knobs to adjust the Octaves tap tempo and setup the sound. On the right side you have 8 faders and 8 knobs to control different effects/parts of your DAW which can be all set up to your needs. This is a USB controller which makes it very easy to plug and play, it can be used for MAC and PC it includes Avid Pro Tools Express which i don't use

    Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy - Awesome Delay Pedal

    by tom808 on 07-24-2014 03:59 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=95339" alt="" title="Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy - Awesome Delay Pedal" /></p>Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy is a analog delay, you have six knobs on top Blend,Gain, Rate, Depth,Feedback and Delay its a good set of knobs to get creative with your sound, you also have the timing subdivisions on the left side name "tap divide" you get to choose 5 note divisions for the metronomic variances. In the mid right side you have "exp mode" to control with you expression pedal you can choose to control the rate, depth, feedback or delay. At the bottom you have the tap button to set your tap tempo and you have your bypass button to turn it on or off. The bypass button has a red light over it to let you know when its active and the tap button flashes green button pulsing the tempo.

    Yamaha PSR-S950

    by sireson on 07-23-2014 09:19 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=163404" alt="" title="Yamaha PSR-S950" /></p>When purchasing this keyboard I was looking for an instrument that could run a live show I was putting together without any other equipment. I wanted to perform from the keyboard as well as be supported with a realistic, or at least sympathetic accompaniment. What I was not expecting was to be pleasantly surprised at how this instrument not only ticked all the boxes I wanted but also provided inspiration for taking the show further. The S950 is a 61-key keyboard workstation with features and options too numerous for a single review. The connections are basic: output L & R, foot pedal input, MIDI, USB B and USB A as well as a mic input (more on this later). In addition there is a video output, primarily designed for showing the lyrics when running karaoke tracks - something this reviewer has yet to enjoy… The main panel is a sea of buttons and a few knobs, the colour display being the centre of the keyboard’s universe. All functions are designed to be accessible with as few presses as possible and, for the most part, the screen is clear about where you should go next. There are getting on for 1000 voices built in to the unit, several of them the same as those on the Tyros 4. Four of these voices can be played at the same time, two each side of the split point. In addition there are over 400 accompaniment styles, each with four variations, a set of fills and three intros and three endings. On top of all that there are a raft of multi pad sets, some of which are one-shot, others of which are MIDI based - they play along to your chord selection - and you can also play your own .wav files directly from a USB stick. With the addition of a sequencer, many many effects, a vocal harmoniser, USB audio playback and full one-touch registration memory this keyboard provides infinite flexibility only really limited by your imagination and your understanding of how the keyboard works.

    Roland RD-700SX - Excellent portable piano

    by sireson on 07-23-2014 07:27 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=34032" alt="" title="Roland RD-700SX - Excellent portable piano" /></p>I will open this review by saying that I primarily purchased this instrument for the piano action and a reasonable piano sound. I am a classically-trained pianist and regularly need to perform at events where no piano is available and a lightweight keyboard just will not suffice. This instrument is a stage piano and therefore has a full, 88-key, piano action keyboard. This action makes the piano quite heavy (25Kg) but the pay-off is the realistic feel of the keys. I spent some time selecting my first stage piano and that was an RD-600. Eventually I upgraded to this instrument, purely because the previous piano had seen too many gigs to look attractive at classical events any more. Connections to the piano are very basic. There are balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4” output sockets, a headphone socket, MIDI ports and three pedal inputs. The only other connections are power and a USB B socket, discussed later. The layout of the control panel is simple but effective. Almost everything has a dedicated button and those that don’t are easily accessible via menus on the clear, central display. Something that should be obvious is the lack of internal speakers. This piano requires connecting to an amplifier of some sort. I generally use a Yamaha StagePas for amplification since it is very portable yet provides stereo sound - necessary for really appreciating the piano sound. This is clearly a negative but if there were speakers mounted in this portable instrument they would, most likely, be facing up, towards me, and not to the audience. This would be useless for all the situations I need this instrument for. Internally there are just over 200 sounds, as well as General MIDI, and 185 rhythm patterns. There are also various different effects that can be applied to the sounds to give quite a variety of results. However, I tend to use this piano primarily as a piano so I have not dug deep into sound/effect combinations. There are expansion slots available for the Roland SRX expansion boards but I have not installed any in my instrument as yet.

    Ibanez CS9 Stereo Chorus - Finally a beautiful chorus ...

    by VictorBara on 07-23-2014 08:31 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=13970" alt="" title="Ibanez CS9 Stereo Chorus - Finally a beautiful chorus ..." /></p>Analog pedal, two stereo outputs which I am not using two buttons (speed and intensity). The basic anything. Solid case, mine date of 84 and is in perfect condition. Runs on 9V Standard. RAS

    Apple Logic Pro X - "Logic Pro X, an end to Logic ?"

    by livewidmusic on 07-23-2014 08:00 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=169678" alt="" title="Apple Logic Pro X - "Logic Pro X, an end to Logic ?"" /></p>Logic Pro X as the Apple website clearly states "The most advanced version of Logic ever" (which I completely do not agree with and we will come to that shortly) is the latest digital audio workstation in the Logic family, for songwriters and engineers. Compose, Record Audio, Play Midi, Edit, Flex, Mix, Master and Bouncing are the main core features that Logic X provides, similar to any other DAW out there. With a download size of 828MB directly from the Appstore and an extra 35GB of additional instruments, plugins and loops, this "64-bit only" Logic X runs on smoothly from OS X 10.8.4 or upwards with a minimum of 4GB RAM. Logic X supports 255 audio, software instrument and auxiliary channels with unlimited number of midi tracks, with 15 plugin slots and 8 effects send slots for each channel strip. Since I have given a quick positive introduction to this new version of Logic (for those who are new to Logic X), having used Logic Pro 9 for the past 6 years, I have to sadly say that Logic X is a clear disappointment for Logic Users. The reason why I am mentioning only "Logic users" is because I am pretty sure Logic X's initial customers/clients would be previous owners of Logic 9 or earlier. Being one among them and seeing other users around me, first and foremost, the initial setup does not include a .DMG file, rather, the installation and download process is done directly via the Apple Appstore. The Initial install takes around 2GB space on the system and then another additional 35GB content needs to be downloaded (this will take time but you can resume your work with Logic X minimising the download window) to get Logic X in its full shape. The Manual is clear by its own terms. The Key commands have changed for certain functions, which is very irritating for professional musicians and producers. When you call it a new version, you never expect the key commands to change. This takes time off from people and lead to confusion. Sadly, I got used to the new key commands, even though I later started using the old Logic 9 key commands on Logic X, as it was not working and slowed me at times. Logic X being 64-bit supports only 64bit audio plugins and virtual instruments. Another Headache. Opening Logic 9 sessions (Logic X supports sessions from Logic 5 and upwards) on Logic X might look very cool. But when you start playing the session, you face errors and pops. Audio regions are sometimes mis-placed. 32bit plugins seems to work with the Logic's built in audio bridge for 32bit to 64bit. But this is only for certain plugins, and there it is finally - "Your first Crash" . The new "Auto save" feature is a great help. But I don't think anybody would want to keep re-visiting previous auto-backup save sessions every 5 minutes? The basic and general functions are almost similar to previous versions. The Arrange window seems to have certain locational variations otherwise Logic X looks quite compact and sleek with a taste of Garageband software here and there. Everything seems to work and function faster when compared to previous versions of Logic. For first time Logic X users, you will definitely enjoy the look and design of it.

    Hotone Audio Purple Wind - Product absolutely great!

    by SlapKid on 07-23-2014 04:32 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=206898" alt="" title="Hotone Audio Purple Wind - Product absolutely great!" /></p>This is a 5w head-channel transistor, with the total siouplé: bass-mid-treble-winning volume, and serial loop at the back entrance and auxiliary minijack headphone minijack too. Not tested those two for now, but the nickel loop works with my analog delay bebert VD400. It accepts impedance of 4 to 16ohms (more is more high power output fall). No background noise signal even gain the cleat volume 15hrs, but hey I had a row and it makes no noise at the base as skyscrapers. The power supply is as big as your head (slightly smaller than my pedal bebert VD400!) But weighs slab. It is a tour de force, and very aesthetic addition, total craquerie.

    Blackstar Amplification LT Dual - Disrespectful but fun to use

    by SlapKid on 07-23-2014 03:51 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=188003" alt="" title="Blackstar Amplification LT Dual - Disrespectful but fun to use" /></p>Analog, no sound without the juice passes. If you are on the green channel is pressed again to switch to clean or you press the other button to switch to red. If you are on the red channel is pressed again to switch to clean or you press the other button to go green. It is not as usual in fact, and if you alternate solo phrases in a rhythmic crunch Ben is dicey ... With that said no switching noise is very clean. The problem is that this pedal does not meet all your original clear, I had nothing radical until now. I like the SE200 bebert (an enhancer to there sonic stomp) ben it restores what is eaten by the blackstar. Well, the first channel is the lt drive (yellow), the second lt distortion (orange) range. You have an overall tone and isf (a spectrum like the outline on marshall transistors) as global, more volume and gain per channel. The pedal is very quiet, and the knobs are very effective. We can supply battery (unscrew two screws below is zero) or standard 9v transformer size boss.

    Jackson SL2H Archtop Japan (1992) - Excellence

    by the ingenior on 07-23-2014 03:17 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=205623" alt="" title="Jackson SL2H Archtop Japan (1992) - Excellence" /></p>Jackson SOLOIST SL2H ARCHTOP TREM first generation Japan has made NAGANO 1992; When Jackson wanted to market its model worldwide by opening a second plant in Japan in 1990. Excellent Japanese luthiers have been trained by the master luthiers Americans. This was followed by a golden period called "the golden age jackson" where the models produced under the name professionnal were in the opinion of connoisseurs of quality equal to U.S. models between 90 and 95. At this time the brand took the time to dry out the wood! blow the beats were dry and hold water .. But today new guitars .... short .... The only real difference between this and the MIJ USest hardware the U.S. is equipped with an original floyd . Mine is 1992, verifiable and identifiable by the "digit" 5 digits visible on the last fret. Originally mounted duncan sh4/sh2 with a floyd Shaller, which has nothing to envy to a floyd rose frt 2000 marks pearl and the jackson logo, ebony fingerboard, white binding, a rounded table 18 MM maple carved knobs dug a push pull on the volume to get the double simple. The top level!

    D'Addario ENR71 45-100 Regular Light Long Scale - Do not rely on first impressions

    by Rich@rd on 07-23-2014 02:42 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=152563" alt="" title="D'Addario ENR71 45-100 Regular Light Long Scale - Do not rely on first impressions" /></p>I mounted these strings on my Jazz Bass Aerodyne because I wanted to remove clicks and fret noises produced by Roundwound strings, this without having to mount flat nets "classic". The first sensation was very rude because when new, these strings have touched very rough. To give you an idea, it seems to touch a rusty wire. But after a sudden fast freight and a few hours of play (more precisely, I played 45 minutes for three nights), they become soft to the touch and has a feel normal flatwound. Personally I do not know if they are actually brighter than normal flatwounds because it's been two years since I have not seen up close. In any case his finger for me. I just started to put me mediator and what style strings feel of the game is a bit confusing for me (lack of familiarity may be), but it sounds good too. The big plus point for me is that I have no extraneous noise ropes Roundwound original Fender. When I want a little more shine, I compensate with the EQ of my amp. The color is nice too; they have something that pulls on the dull gray: a black bass: it throws! In summary, I adhere.

    Vox AC15CC1 - Versatile,excellent tone and punch!

    by Pjones9 on 07-23-2014 01:39 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=34465" alt="" title="Vox AC15CC1 - Versatile,excellent tone and punch!" /></p>The Vox AC15 is a 15w, single channel all-tube (three 12AX7 preamp tubes and two EL84 tubes to drive a single 12" Celestion G12M Greenback) amp. It has a external speaker input switchable between 8ohm and 16ohms, with the purpose of powering an external speaker cabinet, and another extension speaker jack, which can be used to run another 16ohm cabinet along with the internal speakers, to get a more powerful sound. It also features tremolo (with depth and speed controls) and reverb, both of which are also switchable but via a two button foot switch. This amp offers two channels: Normal and Top Boost. Each channel has its own volume control, and the Top Boost channel includes Treble and Bass tone controls. Even if it's only a 15w amp, it can get surprisingly loud, not enough to fill an arena but for small venues it's ideal. The Vox AC15 is perfect for genres like blues, rock, vintage music and indie because of its classic tube tone.

    Overloud TH2 - Finally a sound Lamps (quasi) ... we believe!

    by loacdijon on 07-23-2014 12:56 AM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=112438" alt="" title="Overloud TH2 - Finally a sound Lamps (quasi) ... we believe!" /></p>Easy, but manual in English, not very cool for non-English speakers who spend € 150 anyway. Do not worry, we get it anyway without the manual.

    Hiwatt DR-504 Custom 50 Head - Tried the combo version, a killer!

    by livingroom-studio on 07-22-2014 11:47 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=7795" alt="" title="Hiwatt DR-504 Custom 50 Head - Tried the combo version, a killer!" /></p>Amp 50w lamps, 4-band EQ, master volume + volume per channel (bright + normal).

    Zt Amplifiers The Club - Pro amp: 200W clear sound in 10kg

    by mixolydian on 07-22-2014 11:41 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=103821" alt="" title="Zt Amplifiers The Club - Pro amp: 200W clear sound in 10kg" /></p>The headroom of ZT Club12 (power clean sound) is not far from that of a Fender Twin Reverb (measurements performed in the lab, see on jazzguitar.be). It is more powerful than a Roland Jazz Chorus (3x and lighter). It is a machine to its clear, with a typical grain hot Fender is a high-end amp vocationally oriented, with real personality (it plays in the category Evans, AER). It is a single-channel 12-inch 200W 280W banking more in attack. Adjustable gain, master, 2-band EQ, reverb, HP external output. adjustable headphone output. Advantage over a single channel amp with good power tubes (40W): ZT Club12 weighs 10kg!!!!! Advantage over a solid-state amp upscale transportable (AER Cheeky): the price / quality ratio (3x less) and look pretty "sixties" ...

    Squier Jazz Bass 5 cordes Vintage Modified NT - Very good for the price

    by tonikil on 07-22-2014 11:05 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=201981" alt="" title="Squier Jazz Bass 5 cordes Vintage Modified NT - Very good for the price" /></p>Made in China but it is not seen ... Channel and maple fingerboard 20 frets. Maple body. The color is a matter of taste. Single coil Duncan Designed Jazz Bass good. 1 volume for each pickup and a general tone of standard quality.

    Vox VT40+ - not bad at all

    by mac book on 07-22-2014 10:54 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=118340" alt="" title="Vox VT40+ - not bad at all" /></p>All has already said about this amp, the lamp not used much is a 12AX7 which is not a power tube

    Yamaha PAC821D - I dreamed for a long time, I have finally been able to afford it!

    by chapape on 07-22-2014 10:42 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=3797" alt="" title="Yamaha PAC821D - I dreamed for a long time, I have finally been able to afford it!" /></p>made in Japan. Pink Floyd very good. Enough handle end between fender and Ibanez. 24 frets. Di Marzio pickups (air classic / Blue Velvet / classic air) 5-way switch. Designed in the guitar department los angeles by rich Lasner and manufactured in the Yamaha custom shop. So for the record, I wanted to buy it in 2004 but I did not have 1200 euros to offer me. I had tried in store and I loved it ... I found and used this time is beautiful to me!

    Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner - Standard irreplaceable

    by Un-pop on 07-22-2014 10:17 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=97349" alt="" title="Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner - Standard irreplaceable" /></p>Very responsive, very visible on stage, does what it is made with more reliability and robustness boss, a kind of must, especially since it has dropped in price! (Bought for my old tu3 disappeared!)

    Korg SP170DX - Good price / quality ratio

    by Un-pop on 07-22-2014 10:14 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=163862" alt="" title="Korg SP170DX - Good price / quality ratio" /></p>Weighted keyboard 7 octaves. ten sound.

    Hotone Audio Eko - Gives great atmosphere, test!

    by WiR on 07-22-2014 09:27 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=190936" alt="" title="Hotone Audio Eko - Gives great atmosphere, test!" /></p>A digital delay of about 500ms (I think it may be a bit more). True Bypass touuuuut and small size (it can be a plus). Super strong, that side, the design is very good (in black knobs fluorescent apparently!). Nice aesthetic with LED that illuminates the top knob (large transparent knob on top see: photo above reviews) After if you are nearsighted or a little older, live mini knobs that you can inflate a little but nothing serious. IM me it suits me very well.

    Nicols X-Ray Laser - I like

    by Mexicana33 on 07-22-2014 09:20 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=190042" alt="" title="Nicols X-Ray Laser - I like" /></p>I did used for evening show with a laser writing software alone because the program is not great (we are left with happy birthday or happy christmas) in summer or evening to avoid. The laser power is 1.2 watts well without problem compare to Ibiza 1 watt eg nicols beam is much more powerful. must take care to schedule it over people's heads (because of regulations!) I would do without a doubt this purchase because it gives me satisfaction. I would like to have a 2 nd to the right side but I think it can be a expensive (I buy for Christmas specials). we find now much more powerful is the price decreases. must see according to the utility you want to do. on occasion can be a good deal all the expense of its use after all as the diode laser is a lifetime. I saw a demonstration of lasers sabtec (although I tried let me!)

    Caline CP-18 OD - Worth it!

    by WiR on 07-22-2014 09:13 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=176943" alt="" title="Caline CP-18 OD - Worth it!" /></p>A 9v overdrive, all analog. True Bypass.

    Mackie DL1608 - Long live the 21st century

    by micheljulien on 07-22-2014 08:21 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=142292" alt="" title="Mackie DL1608 - Long live the 21st century" /></p>Rackable with optional kit, 16 Onyx mic preamps with XLR 4 combos with common 48v, AD / DA converters 24-bit Cirrus Logic, 6 Aux very djack, 2 hand XLR output, headphone output, 1 rj45 lan to the router. Parametric 4-band EQ, gate, compressor, reverb and delay on all inputs. 8 outputs, when they have, have a 31 bands each in addition to the rest.

    Laney RB2 Discontinued - Its correct, and connectors

    by eminent2000 on 07-22-2014 08:14 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=46479" alt="" title="Laney RB2 Discontinued - Its correct, and connectors" /></p>30w amp transistors Description found elsewhere: Richter Bass Combo, 30 Watt, 1x 10 "custom designed Speaker, EQ Bass, Swept Mid Range, Treble, switchable Compressor, Limiter Input CD, DI out, Headphone Out, External Speaker out 8 Ohm, weight 12 kg. Dimensions: 440 x 390 x 257mm It is simple, compact, quite pretty. I would have preferred a Tolex finish rather than carpet, with a dog and / or cat at home or also travel in the trunk of the car it turns quickly into Yeti.

    DigiTech Whammy 5 - Whammy 4 true bypass one bit less but better :)

    by Thierry255 on 07-22-2014 07:56 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=152328" alt="" title="DigiTech Whammy 5 - Whammy 4 true bypass one bit less but better :)" /></p>Whammy version # 5 of this "unique" pedal. Digital technology, with expression pedal. There are so many methods available that I do not dwell on the detail (I encourage you to go to the site for any digitech accurate description), you will find all the modes that have contributed to its success. The mods compared to the old version: - There are more output dry / wet, as in the old version (4) personally it does not bother me (for those who would need this option, you must use a blender before whammy .. ) - Adding a "chords" mode, or polyphonic mode, which allows not to have the phenomenon of "shivering" when playing multiple notes at the same time: this phenomenon was present in previous models, and it can like or do not like, that's everyone who sees ^ ^ There seems to be a phenomenon of light compression on the signal in this mode "chords", but I did not find it really annoying in my use. It will still always the possibility of using the Whammy in a "non-polyphonic" mode, with the sound characteristic. Let me add that shivering in "standard" mode seems a little less pronounced than it was on the 4 (but the difference is not really huge). - A "useful" power passing 800mA AC (previously requested) to a supply of about 275 mA 9v DC (if I remember correctly), and I can assure you that it changes life! No more worries transformer old, I fed on 1 of the 2 outputs of my standard power supply and basta! - Still red but less firecracker: I think the report on the 5 is a little less plastoc ' - Some say the difference in placement of the LED, for me it does not matter. - Passage of a "crappy" bypass on the 4 to a true bypass on version 5 (finally!).

    Soundtower Moog Voyager plugSE - The best of two worlds!

    by JM music on 07-22-2014 07:51 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=218020" alt="" title="Soundtower Moog Voyager plugSE - The best of two worlds!" /></p>Installs as a VST plug'in. According to the DAW and least equipped as Ableton Live, add an audio track +. A hybrid when the tracks but that's another discussion ... It must then parameterize the MIDI in and check some of plug'in management options with the "host" software. For example, and this is Top, we can record programs within the DAW VST without having to store it in the Moog! It radically changes the speed gives the work level. Pdf manual is good, but mostly descriptive.

    Soundtower Prophet 08 PlugSE - The best of two worlds!

    by JM music on 07-22-2014 07:47 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=218019" alt="" title="Soundtower Prophet 08 PlugSE - The best of two worlds!" /></p>Installs as a VST plug'in. According to the DAW and least equipped as Ableton Live, add an audio track +. A hybrid when the tracks but that's another discussion ... It must then parameterize the MIDI in and check some of plug'in management options with the "host" software. For example, and this is Top, we can record programs within the DAW VST without having to store it in the P08! It radically changes the speed gives the work level. Pdf manual is good, but mostly descriptive.

    Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi - I stay on my hunger

    by dreadnought38 on 07-22-2014 07:37 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=192192" alt="" title="Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi - I stay on my hunger" /></p>This is a pedal for low fuzz with integrated noise gate. Several connectors are available, but I only used the input / output jack.

    Universal Audio UAD-2 Quad - Excellent but beware of latency!

    by JM music on 07-22-2014 06:50 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=87984" alt="" title="Universal Audio UAD-2 Quad - Excellent but beware of latency!" /></p>***

    Tech 21 Fly Rig 5 - Studio? Yes I do. Live? heuuuu ... it depends.

    by Jahkal on 07-22-2014 05:06 PM <p><img src="http://img.audiofanzine.com/image.php?lang=en&amp;identifier=id&amp;size=thumb1&amp;module=product&amp;product_id=203728" alt="" title="Tech 21 Fly Rig 5 - Studio? Yes I do. Live? heuuuu ... it depends." /></p>This is a pedal that features a SansAmp, ie a preamp with an HP simulation. Added to that, a deadline, a simulation of plexi and a boost that adds 21 decibels. This is the analog with all very sensitive buttons and affecting the sound.
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