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    Korg microKONTROL - Pretty, compact, useful.

    by robdelap on 07-27-2014 11:18 PM Midi controllers, midi controllers everywhere! o/ I chose this particular one because of it's small size, which fits perfectly on my desk just front of my qwerty keyboard. It also features all of the standard controls you'd expect in bigger controllers: 8 knobs, 8 faders, 16 velocity sensitive pads, an XY joystick and three octaves, which should accommodate for most of the day to day midi exercises of the project studio and pro studios that need a desktop solution. It's also very, very sexy with it's metal framing (maybe a bit too korgish for some people) and pretty well made, and 9 LCD 6-letters-long 3-color displays that show the value of either the knob or fader in question and a label of the parameter you're adjusting, the extra one being for a central knob that serves as a setup knob. Sadly though, these cannot be customized (you pick the labels from inside the controller), but on some DAWs like (il)Logic it does reflect the parameters you see on screen. You can run this little cutie on 6 AA batteries, and included AC adaptor or just do it like everyone else and power it directly through the USB port (the square to classic kind). Yeah.

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6 - Love it despite some latency

    by Bruin on 07-27-2014 08:18 AM Yamaha workstation, 61 keys, purchased 2 additional sound cards. See product descriptions with lots of details elsewhere.

    Beyerdynamic M 88 TG - Top notch

    by Calagan on 07-27-2014 05:15 AM It is a versatile hyper-cardioid dynamic microphone. It is effective on many sources, with a very detailed without being cold or aggressive. I love it.

    Yamaha DXR12 - An exceptional product

    by creolia83 on 07-27-2014 04:45 AM I use it for one month before I had the cube in thoman C112 for 8-inch sub and most of this many connections with the same beautiful setting for each input and output in a lightweight design lounge are mild with This very low even outdoors least frankly I not see yet. excellent value for money I would buy the same speakers with pleasure meanwhile it is in my living room and gives me a unique sound that is with our karaoke night or just a movie are is beautiful in my performance has enchanting public my 80s Retro Thechno .... ect missing more to try a sub DXS in the future and I would be in heaven

    MOTU UltraLite mk3 Hybrid - Nomadic and Quality at appointment

    by chupachups on 07-27-2014 03:16 AM size (small) production (solid), very good quality of its inputs, the number of entries, virtual mix table (but very complicated "modular") compressors, reverb, and EQ. We can do without a computer :-) map also operates autonomously. Self-powered Firewire :-) I have a MOTU (large version).

    Sound Comet Special Bass Organ - J Love

    by STEPHTRUC on 07-26-2014 11:03 PM Tube amp 30 watts for organ or low, in truth it is deadly with a guitar. Two preamp no reverb, only a clear sound. A push pull on the treble to boost.

    Gibson Burstbucker 2 - Black - Typed but excellent

    by TuneUp Studio on 07-26-2014 08:36 PM These Gibson pickups have a particular color, we love it or hate it. Some will find the sound a little claustrophobic or "duck" other very warm and woody. This is pretty typical, to give an idea is to have enough roots sounds of Gibson, those that can look with even a Lespaul ES335, so rather jazz, blues and early rock'n'roll, really creamy and rich in low-medium. Warning output level is rather high, not so much vintage as can be the color of the sound. Connection level there is the hot spot and the ground, so no possibility to split. I find it great if you want the type BB King while wanting a slightly higher gain, if you want to hard-rock go your way, you'll find dark and mushy ...

    Roland TR-606 - a 606 on custody

    by entropie on 07-26-2014 07:14 PM audio connectors and "Dyn sync" I converted midi signal via the Novation Drum Station and it works great (with a basic MIDI cable), please try one or two and it passes. not just effects Enhancement no sound editing, but its enough to make electro 80 "is great just missing a good clap retro (that I get a 505 for me)

    Fame Forum IV - quality, and price is everything

    by lauke_lux on 07-26-2014 07:09 PM See the manufacturer's website via musikproduktiv.de Guitar handmade in Gdansk, Poland, PRS comparable both in its quality (or better) Fixed bridge with a piezo Handle stuck in the body, flat beam profile C 12 "mahogany, a real pleasure, 24 jumbo frets good quality rosewood apron 2 humbuckers pickups Schaller Golden 50's; equivalent PAF / HB with split on exterior or interior SC. Then switch positions for 3 classic pickups. A push-pull volume and / or piezo knob powered by 9V battery board A knob for adjusting tone

    Roland TD-6KW - Good electro

    by drumscloud on 07-26-2014 04:21 PM Good drumkit with CC Roland Mesh, little Charley and new rack curved pad. Ideal for work at home without harming the environment. Not the best at Roland but enough to work. No regrets except GC pad that is small for my taste to receive a DB pedal and Hi-Hat Controller not super accurate. Purchased with stool, pedal GC and Sennheiser.

    Fender Super Champ X2 - Very good value for money

    by çacroustille on 07-26-2014 03:26 PM Hybrid amplification and modeling lamp. Full connectivity, possibility of release in Homs to 8 HP more substantial. Power 15 watts lamp, sufficient for group play but with a box equipped with a 12 inch HP.

    Carlton Camel 100 - THE NUGGET

    by bielside on 07-26-2014 03:04 PM Amplifier all lamps (4 EL34 and three 12AX7) with Accutronics reverb 3 springs and a 12 HP Celestion. 3 switches (hump) on the front to boost the sound or switch channel A (without clear hump on) Channel B (crunch / saturation). 100 watts sending very strong. Having knobs after cleaning, it may become "almost an amp apartment warm becoming the dice volume tenth reached. (Unlike some kind Fender blues deluxe). No need power braker. For the record, Carlton was a small Scottish company which offered 90 years in 1996 (I found the pub on August 96 Guitar and keyboards) 3 amp types: (Hybrid): Camel T 65 and 100 watts; (All lamps): Camel FT 50 and 100 watts; (Transistor): Nomad 65 and 100 watts. The success was immediate and dramatic, because believe the tests of time, the FT Camel proposed superb sound from light to full. The only problem is that reliability was not an appointment on the first models. Suddenly a lot of return for repair and a company not yet strong enough financially to cope with the many unforeseen work made it sank. Too bad, because as we will see below the sound is incredible and more Carlton had corrected this on the latest models (changing some components and adding stand-bye).

    Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Heritage Cherry Sunburst - I had a dream ...

    by blind Boy on 07-26-2014 01:21 PM Electric guitar Mahogany body, Maple top, bolt-on mahogany, rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, neck and bridge humbucker. Scale: 628mm, Width at nut: 42mm, chrome hardware, Colour: Cherryburst.

    T-Rex Engineering Dual Drive - Very nice product, nothing to grumble

    by SlapKid on 07-26-2014 06:00 AM Special Edition Toto 60ME anni, cousin I guess the yellow drive (which was a special edition for the guitarcenter us) but I have no proof. Good analog adonf, it is an overdrive channel with two drive-volume-tone for each practice. Alim usual 9v type boss, I think we can put a battery in case. True bypass completely transparent, a marvel. Juice without the sound goes, and if seconded on / bin switches nothing happens the sound is still there. T-rex has used a relay that is noble solution as compared to mechanical switches which overwhelms us pro-competition true bypass. No noise / buzz report, I fed with a harley powerplant junior. An input and an output power supply plug in the middle, we will return to fantasy!

    Washburn N2 NMK - Natural Matte - Ahh ... Bruno ...

    by Billlly on 07-26-2014 04:23 AM Made in Korea (Mine dates from 1994) Vibrato washburn 600s takeuchi (No not at all, see if we know enough resolve a floyd) Maple neck rosewood key 22 frets Alder body 3 parts Micro neck Washburn And "L500" version cheap 1 master volume

    Fender telecaster thinline 69' japan

    by gibson92 on 07-26-2014 03:48 AM Japan model blablabla handle etc ... Maple neck small top and wider in the middle and small after the 15 th fret ... low freight

    Zoom MultiStomp MS-100BT - Of the ball, I tell you!

    by Push-Pull on 07-26-2014 01:48 AM For details, see the website zoom.co.jp Being able to add amp models or effects via Bluetooth is terrible, I'll come back.

    Cort NTL-B - Top notch!

    by chansonsdepluie on 07-26-2014 01:45 AM Handle very long, Fishman preamp and microphone. Setting treble, mid, bass + "contour" which still gives more width to the sound.

    Elega DR 92C - Unusual headphones I got free

    by Sicko_Zero on 07-26-2014 01:36 AM These headphones are as good a sound as any new headphones I have heard, they date back to the 1970's made by FUJIKI Electronic co Ltd. I have never seen any like this in all my time of using headphones, I basically got them for free while clearing a friends garage, he is from Belgium, so I am presuming that they was only made for certain countries and not available worldwide.

    Gibson Frank Zappa Roxy SG - Heritage Cherry - A terrible SG

    by Charlo57200 on 07-26-2014 01:08 AM This SG is not like the others. Made in the USA with a 60's slim neck. The pickups are two humbuckers 57 'classic, splitables two mini toogles (perhaps the wrong place) on the pickguard, and controlled by two volumes, two tones and a toogle three positions. Strings descend from Grover, spend over 22 frets and a tune-O-matic bridge to a lyre vibrato with a flat stem.

    LePou Plugins LeXTAC - the top!

    by bbhack on 07-26-2014 01:06 AM Installation is a breeze, just unzip the libs in the right place. The setup is as complicated as that of a guitar amp with 3 channels (clean, crunch, distortion) and qq mods (boost, plexi mode). To benefit it is essential to have a good simulation of speakers. There are a lot of plugins and libs simulation pulses combined with this plugin can make the happiness of the home studio or guitar at home.

    Torrance Stratocaster - Good guitar stratocaster copy!

    by gibs67 on 07-25-2014 11:53 PM Strato good copy, Asian manufacturing. 80/90 ' 3 mics sound quality 5 positions Proper vibrato Beautiful transparent varnish half letting appear the wooden table Lightweight instrument

    QSC K12 - beautiful sound

    by djpat97438 on 07-25-2014 11:49 PM I used all the day at home since its purchase in early July to its credit already 2 dance party of about 100 people. g had a lot of bose system PANARAY 502a and b, ev SX300 pi, club15 rcf, rcf process control515, Proel, lem dsl, smart hk . C What I like the sound box provides its, weight and ease of use, visual discretion, what I do not like the price c covers that are necessary anyway, excellent value for c as its I ordered 2 KSub for providing a bit more therefore my final grade 9.5 of10 long life to k12

    Roland SPD-S - Great

    by drumscloud on 07-25-2014 10:38 PM Absolutely brilliant! Possibility to trigger samples and live a well-stocked library of sounds ... what about +! This is the top.

    Paiste 2000 Thin Crash 16'' - Okay

    by drumscloud on 07-25-2014 10:30 PM Clear and effective

    Paiste 2002 Crash 18" - Its pure

    by drumscloud on 07-25-2014 10:28 PM

    DW Drums 5002 AD4 - Effective

    by drumscloud on 07-25-2014 10:25 PM Terrible! What can I say ... DW, POINT!

    Schlagwerk CP 562 Cajon Agile Pro Capuccino

    by titiri2004 on 07-25-2014 10:23 PM I've had little temps.Je have chosen for its more dry it for recording. Its beautiful finitions.Le is adjustable and flexible thanks to agile system. The sound is clear and well équilibré.Le price is right considering the quality.

    DW Drums DW 4000 - Top notch!

    by drumscloud on 07-25-2014 10:20 PM Terrible! What can I say ... DW, POINT!

    Neutrik NL4FX - Unbeatable

    by BassWalker on 07-25-2014 08:55 PM I just repeat 4 cables from my speaker cables: 2 cable 2.5 mm ⧠ for heads and 2 cables 4mm ⧠ for sub. These are Klotz LY225 LY240 and 10 meters. Already familiar with the brand, I chose the last Neutrik NL4FX NL4FX-2-9 respectively red and white color for marking. As usual, quality, robustness and ease of assembly are by appointment. You just have the right tool for tightening son, a Pozidriv # 1 screwdriver. Observe also stripping lengths and it is a breeze! Do not look elsewhere. And in addition, the price is more correct. An unbeatable product. Recommend without reservation.
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