by Res-Q on 11-28-2014 08:49 AM
This speaker was launched in July 2014
There is a full comparison with all the big brands in the market (beats, sony, ....) on wwwfacebook.com/ResQstore it's the best quality / price ratio! Read more on Audiofanzine
by maillotketchup on 11-28-2014 05:04 AM
In what country was she built? But what we have in to masturbate? What we want is that it sounds!
What type of race? A wooden handle, not very comfortable, too round.
How Frets? Ben I rarely go further than the twelfth above. Further, it takes longer fingers. I knew a Venusian that rose above. Frankly, when we see that three quarters of badgers do not play beyond the third box ... they only manufacture with 12 boxes, enough and make less expensive guitars. Read more on Audiofanzine
by pierrot1244 on 11-28-2014 04:32 AM
80 Hybrid w. 1 12AX7 preamp / amp transistors. There is no dynamic bad for a transistor amplifier and is not eaten by the drums and bass. On condition of not being next to a tube amp, of course, much more dynamic. Read more on Audiofanzine
by franfranky on 11-28-2014 03:00 AM
Low japanese, aajou body, sleeve screwed wenge / bubinga 5-ply, wenge fretboard, 24 medium frets.
two soapbar bartolini US, electronica Ibanez Vari-mid (3-band parametric with medium).
round rather late, unvarnished.
short, a rather low 'modern'.
Finishing copy quality matéiaux derisory weight for a 5 string (3.8 kg). Read more on Audiofanzine
by floty on 11-28-2014 01:52 AM
I've had 4 years, but did very little used.
I mostly use its big brother, the model "Michael Brecker" hand. Obviously this is Guardala ... I play with "Lavoz Medium". It's easy to issue despite a significant opening of the power and a recognizable timbre.
I especially appreciate its ease of playing harmonics or subtones, power face amplified instruments, flexibility to play with finesse.
The difficulty has been to move from NY Otto Link metal Guardala for its decision in the mouth (finer).
adaptation will be less easy to hard rubber Guardala.
Its price is reasonable and if it was necessary I would do this choice. Read more on Audiofanzine
by bigfihs-andnuts on 11-28-2014 12:58 AM
Yamaha PSR E423 is a 61-key keyboard
- 700 high-level sound quality sounds
- 11 Cool Sounds and Sweet
- Real-time Control Potentiometers
- Sequencer 6 tracks
- Arpeggiator offering 100 variations
- Pitch Bend
- 305 song titles for quick keyboard setups
- 2 x 2.5 W
- USB Read more on Audiofanzine
by Typha on 11-28-2014 12:18 AM
Used for 2 years with different keyboards.
With YAMAHA 9000 PRO HD is pretty heavy there may be some balan, but nothing serious.
on the other hand with KORK TR76, X50 more micro Pied no concern, but really none!
In addition to 3 feet you have to think down the timing leg in front (towards musician)
See attached photo
Good conveniently carry. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Richard93 on 11-28-2014 12:04 AM
Using live for 18 months.
No satisfactory model before and giving as much natural
Only problem: how to fix the microphone in a sustainable manner? He tends to peel off regularly. Read more on Audiofanzine
by olivgol on 11-27-2014 11:13 PM
Quality equipment, versatility, multitrack, nothing to say.
I give an opinion rather to contradict the opinion of "slanderous" that would have done better to read the instructions before returning in toto! Indeed, the bytes can so quite normal, the bounce too.
Briefly before saying stupid things that can guide the choices of other users, read the instructions !!
Personally I have not bought these particular features, but more for the extra compact recording concert or conference, quality is more than adequate, I think for the price (229 Euros in Audiosolutions) c is a downright bargain!
XY capsule provided original offers a beautiful sonic accuracy, well-brilliant highs.
In short I am delighted with this new device. Read more on Audiofanzine
by bouliwan on 11-27-2014 10:54 PM
used for 1 year
I have not tried other models before
most: transport, use (it is electrically and it left branch), speed of installation, it looks solid.
least: I think for the price it is not growing enough and lacks a USB port
price not bad value
if you want to small parties and / or play alone (vocals + instrument) in a small place then this is perfect. if not go your way. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Frego on 11-27-2014 10:07 PM
Pizzicato moved without difficulty (after download or from the CD, but I chose the download). Setup is a breeze, and all possible and imaginable aid is a direct line or in the "volume" downloaded.
The current version is 3 and some ... Read more on Audiofanzine
by benoi31 on 11-27-2014 09:31 PM
So it is a high definition looper with two buttons: a switch, and an adjustment of the output level.
You said simplistic?
This is also the aim of the pedal to be easy to use and suitable for guitarist, good intentions certainly, but can be a bit too far as we will see below. Read more on Audiofanzine
by zurf on 11-27-2014 09:31 PM
Already, no problem installation, setup is easy, we download, hop it's done, the instruments provided are convincing and impressive library provided. No incompatibilities especially with virtual instruments I use regularly, except that it took the Upgrader ... but that's normal. I almost have not used the manual to get into it ... but my experience with Logic 8 probably helped. I use it in a home studio setup (so no live:-)) Read more on Audiofanzine
by Pierre-M on 11-27-2014 09:08 PM
Incomparable compared to the usual piezo, the cell is very well fitted and the preamp / buffer avoids that any contact microphone is: take your spectrum in two, leaving only a small its garish .dropoff window
Here impedance matching avoids low cut.
The box runs either on batteries or on 48v is handy.
The size and shape of the cell may sometimes be problematic in certain applications.
Ideal with contact microphones it is in have several different sizes and with different fixing systems. The Barcus Berry, as soon as the surface on which it is placed is not flat, sturdy it's hard to get a broadband response.
The set is solid, very fine cable (to avoid influence cell behavior) is handled with care anyway.
The adhesive sold is very efficient, and more transparent than the patafix.
I personally serve as sources of musical extras (field recording, sound design). Read more on Audiofanzine
by jcm050 on 11-27-2014 07:24 PM
by mark.darvers on 11-27-2014 06:48 PM
Finally, the monitoring near a high-quality listening !!! they come to integrate the studio next to my Genelec 1040 and 8040 ..... unbeatable value price .. Read more on Audiofanzine
by PierreBPSAF on 11-27-2014 06:45 PM
I wanted to change the neck pickup of my old Strat US 1975 which was not great (I had already replaced the bridge pickup with a humbucker DiMarzio SuperDistorsion!).
After sailing on the net, I came across the site Tornado MS, and his great demo Pickups: In the end I took the total, ie the Set 3x μStrato 60's (L series), purchased and installed a new guitar "TORNADO Strat1963_L Reissue 'meeting by Marc Aimar aout2014:
_ Pickups: This set of 3, with stepped studs is properly superb, and what a sound! Very inspiring!
Focused on the medium, hot for a Strat, never even on μ nasal bridge. Neck pickup: super sound Hendrix & SRV .. Guaranteed quality of my game around!
It has beautiful crystal harmonics, especially in intermediate positions 1 + 2 or 2 + 3 (5-way switch): finally the powerful, vibrant and subtle complete what I really could not have with my micros1975 to studs stepped Not too bassy and relatively bland.
Also, Alnico V magnets are very well rounded finish.
I find it very cool prices, given the quality of these microphones, deep knowledge of Mark, his wise counsel and availability!
_ Guitar: Vintage chose Olympic White "Light Relics", which is perfect! all metal parts are Fender Reissue or period1963. Light body, frets Vintage fine, resonant handle very, very polite, super comfortable with light nitrocellulose lacquer old! Key Light Rosewood "PaoFerro" very smooth, but sensual! All well done, an action that I possibly would lower with time. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Djacka on 11-27-2014 06:12 PM
I needed to replace my multimedia speakers, and I did not want to put too much in. I've paid 120 euros so it goes. Read more on Audiofanzine
by maillotketchup on 11-27-2014 05:58 PM
Phew ... what the hell all these questions ... How's ... a package, I would say too much. We get lost. If we want to try anything, it spends a month.
Is it rackable? It seems to me to be very small rack, but why not? A good handyman can go buy the angle of 10 bolts of thirteen, a black and decker drill percussion and fabricate an unlikely thing for Racker!
Via a midi utility ??? Fuck! I am a musician, not a computer. For computer music, I hired a guy from work. Not that I give a damn about spending hours of screen time ... now that I'm bored to write here. I have contracts! No time!
What connection? Ben then? Huh? There's anything like holes to connect the son? Two jack inputs, two jack outputs, input / output midi ... a power supply, a trick for the video (I like to watch a porn movie playing on stage! It me crazy fishing!) Usb input a similar output but in the other direction ... and perhaps other holes I do not know what for but it is on, the device is a female. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Qillax on 11-27-2014 05:27 PM
it looks very simply it is a big rectangle of 21 x 54 with above handy carpet for Velcro underneath was half full of rubber bubble, the plate is rather heavy ... I use on my KP65 (kick pad Yamaha) already a piece of the pedal exceeds would have required that the plate is longer ... I think with the KP125 it is returned without problems (allow 2 NE 1 more) when I play directly wooden floor I have not yet put carpet dedicated drumkit types Meinl or other ... so the result is quite surprising because it absorbs the noise but not completely I'd say a good 40% I would not either make the drumkit at night or hours not possible because we are not in total silence, but we will say that I am less pissed and embarrassed during the day which is not bad ... Read more on Audiofanzine
by bloodjob on 11-27-2014 07:36 AM
No need to return to its characteristics. I wanted an ultra fine sword cut, mild, a handle with wide and super nice frets to learn, and especially the tremolo zr which is for me the best vibrato with the one installed on vigiers (but not the same budget). This is my second seven strings having tried a dung harley benton few weeks that tended to detune every five minutes. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Papipatte on 11-27-2014 05:58 AM
EPIPHONE - Slash Les Paul Standard Outfit Rosso Corsa Limited Edition 2014 - Racing Red
- Epiphone Reference: ENSHRRNH3
- Category: Solid Body Electric Guitar
- Series: Les Paul Limited Run
- Origin: China
- Body: Mahogany "9-holes Weight Relief"
- Table: Carved Flamed maple AAA grade
- Neck: Mahogany glued
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Handle Profile: Slash Custom D
- Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo Type
- Scale: 24.75 "
- Radius: 12 "
- Nut Width: 1.68 "- 42.67 mm
- Bridge pickup: humbucker Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro Slash APH-2
- Neck pickup: humbucker Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro Slash APH-2
- Controls: 1 volume micro, micro 1 tone, 3-way switch
- Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic
- Cordier: Epiphone LockTone Stopbar
- Mechanical: Premium Deluxe Vintage Nickel Ratio 14: 1
- Color: Racing Red
- Verni: polyurethane
- Accessories included: Epiphone Slash Custom Case, Epiphone strap locks, manual booklet Read more on Audiofanzine
by SlapKid on 11-27-2014 04:39 AM
I've had a year to use with electric guitar effects chain or programmable type marshall amp mg or Fender Mustang V v2.
This is a combo amp optical tube compressor to complete connection in a very compact and especially impact resistant.
The power supply is alternative digitec Style (RP155) so easy to replace in case.
We have an XLR input with 48v power supply required, a front input jack instrument (eg standard electric guitar), an XLR output (transform isolated, symmetric) and unbalanced jack output with line or instrument level switch (to enter this brilliant guitar without an amp level of clarity).
Full of style options hipass-phantom-comp-style comp etc, switches are bright it is essential and well seen.
Uh, it's analogue of course, and there is an on / off switch general. Read more on Audiofanzine
by sinozis on 11-27-2014 03:35 AM
the stuff is not too yucky level qualitée the air but you have already downloaded the app deckadance LE on the website of the publisher after registration does not work with the CMD studio 2A So here I am with inoperable gear Read more on Audiofanzine
by ManuNZ on 11-27-2014 12:25 AM
Classic pedal on top, but not practical because behind must be removed with a screw cap to access the different combinations of sound. Namely, crunch, saturation or distortion. Read more on Audiofanzine
by ManuNZ on 11-27-2014 12:14 AM
A switch and a button, nothing more! Read more on Audiofanzine
by Erikef on 11-26-2014 11:29 PM
I use it for 8 months. very satisfied. Read more on Audiofanzine
by narberd3654 on 11-26-2014 11:28 PM
Made in usa in 1994 EL CAJON handle end quite a bit larger than that of a gibson 335.quatorze my guitar frets is not electrified (612c)
however the table is in sitka the bottom maple pommele and sides Maple showers.
The mahogany neck, ebony inlaid with mother of pearl button a very nice guitar!
Note 10/10 Read more on Audiofanzine
by alibabar on 11-26-2014 11:16 PM
I've only had this deck! around the years 1977, 78 with Shure cell, which one? and a small amp Pioneer (since I played with Onkyo, technics and for a long time an equalizer, essential! She always gave me satisfaction, and besides I think buying a new cell quality that suits him, I remember having had some feedback problems, probably due to a cell that was not up !!
it works with a belt, which reduces noise, I love his quiet side, his style a bit old, I'll try to find the owner's manual with the characteristics,
if there is already this: http://www.vinylengine.com/library/pioneer/pl-112d.shtml
Al Read more on Audiofanzine
by Jordi 66 on 11-26-2014 10:30 PM
I give the baffles accoustics AR-12. The speakers are out services.The boxes are good. Read more on Audiofanzine