by powellhaat on 10-19-2014 07:02 AM
Steinberg is a company that has been making music for a long time, I'm interested in their products.
This is a very good interface, preamp and converters are. But if you buy this product is that you are someone who demands quality, and you may also have a channel strip or external preamp for quality plugs.
I use it with W8.1 (not the top for computer music in my opinion) 16GB RAM, i7n 256ssd 1to DD Read more on Audiofanzine
by Justin.d on 10-19-2014 04:00 AM
I got a kit with the famous strat entry level plébicitée Cort; guitar
has a very good value for money to start, regarding the amp: overdrive switch settings and gain, volume, treble middle bass, this amp is perfect for beginners, it does its job for the entry level there is good sensitivity knobs that does not spit yet it is now ten years that I have! I have a friend who has a small entry-level Marschall and frankly it has nothing to envy to it! Read more on Audiofanzine
by darkenlight on 10-19-2014 02:00 AM
Reverb, delay, chorus, dynamics, flanger, phazer .... as being THE REVERB and Delay. Read more on Audiofanzine
by darkenlight on 10-19-2014 01:52 AM
-Préampli Tube 2 channels (dual mono or stereo) 19 rack
-Inputs Output jack and XLR.
-Gain, Impedance, level
-SUPPLY 48v phantom.
-Function MID-SIDE Read more on Audiofanzine
by jackson67 on 10-19-2014 01:40 AM
It is this more ... Read more on Audiofanzine
by bodytwist on 10-18-2014 11:28 PM
This is a dual analog preamp tube pedal format.
- 4 knobs, 1 switch (low or high volume) 2 lamps, bypass, 2 red LEDs.
- 2 inputs / mono outputs (independent circuits can be coupled to double the preamp mono source, its huge mega at the turn).
Enchassé all in a sturdy metal case as some other pedals brand.
This is the basis for a preamp / distortion for bass. Read more on Audiofanzine
by 60'sforever on 10-18-2014 10:20 PM
Amp head lamp with compact 4-channel power reduction, integrated effects, direct output connectors noon ios dedicated application, pedal dedicated Read more on Audiofanzine
by YankoK on 10-18-2014 09:52 PM
Features available on all spe sites in the world. A web search will give you all the specifics as well as unthinkable quantities of all tared more one than the other demos. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Septentrion on 10-18-2014 09:43 PM
I will not repeat what has been said. It is a modern, lightweight, powerful keyboard, ergonomic, featuring everything you expect and more ...
Only regret, no aftertouch on the keyboard, while the quality of the sounds would envy ... Read more on Audiofanzine
by Alain3009 on 10-18-2014 09:16 PM
Epiphone Explorer limited edition-2013 Reissue Epiphone by Gibson of the same name, designed by Brendon Small, the creator of the cartoon Dethlok.
This explore technically and aesthetically based Gibson Explorer model 2 produced from 1979 to 1983 finish is neat with nice bindings on the neck and body of the guitar and a silverburst finish. The body and neck are mahogany, the resin key to mimic ebony (as in Gibson for that matter!).
2 microphones USA Burstbuckers 1 and 2 splitables, Grover, accasitillage quality, short, serious ...
Made in china of course. Read more on Audiofanzine
by philou72 on 10-18-2014 04:48 PM
One of the first digital reverbs.
Converto 12 bit.
Editable sounds via the remote control, no management via a daw course!
No midi :) Read more on Audiofanzine
by Marc65 on 10-18-2014 04:34 PM
I paid 150 eur used it, it was practically new.
Effects loop (button 2 output levels)
In footswitch (reverb is off, clean channel or lead)
It has a classic spring reverb has (knob)
2 possibilities of sounds on each channel, Modern and Vintage (I prefer modern)
Transtube effect (I put everything thoroughly) Read more on Audiofanzine
by MacB on 10-18-2014 04:05 PM
Korean Made in 1994
2 humbuckers brand Epiphone Fat truest replica of the brand's recent history of famous classic 57 at Gibson.
2 tone, 2 Volumes
1 switch craft Gibson selector 3 positions.
Channel 335're typed, finer, more pulling on a handle "C" uses modern Fender for example in its recent standard productions between 2012 and 2014.
This instrument at 20 years of age, almost like an old Scottish peated whiskey!
A little history on the models that preceded models elitist brand thereafter between 2000 and 2005 and elitist models. To also locate the instrument I write the opinion (source: Epiphone)..
At the time of NAMM 1993, a new range of acoustic and electric instruments made their debut to great range and a strong customer feedback on these new instruments.
In 1993, a competition created between the Rivieras and Sheraton models produced by Gibson in Nashville, also in collaboration with the factory of Montana, who built the first 250 copies, and then it was only the Texas versions flooded the points Sales in the United States. These Epiphones were only intended for this special event that was the NAMM at first, but the customer back there, prompted Rosenberg to repeat these models around the world thereafter.
Those who attended the following at NAMM 1994, the following year witnessed the re-introduction of the legendary brand models, such as John Lennon Casino model, or Sorento, and low Rivoli. In the months that followed, various artists bought these models for their musical productions of the time. In it there's artists including Chet Atkins Jazzman, or Noel Gallagher of the British band Oasis, or The Edge of U2. It was a confirmation that Epiphone was still a great instrument music business.
Since 1994, Epiphone Launches Series S-Series on a standardized production where the assembly was made in South Korea, in the Samick factory but with antlers came directly from the United States. They were produced from 1994 to 1999 From 2000 to 2005, production on the same principle is relocated one last time (1980-1992 made in Japan) in Japan for a new series, the Elitist series, which appeared including the signature John Lee Hooker, or the Sheraton Union Jack, that fly including Noel Gallagher with Oasis. From 2007, production of the solid body of the brand is outsourced to China, only the Sheraton or Riviera, Dot will still manufactured in South Korea, this time, but in recent production is more "mongrel" for specialists, the woods are different, more economical in terms of extraction and less rich in texture visually cost, color rosewood especially compared to the models of the 90s, made in Korea, or even more luxurious models made Japan in the early 2000s in recent Korean occurred between 2006 and 2007, however, are still all completely correct from current Chinese models and years before especially in terms of fuel wood for body and sleeves However poorest on the rosewood fingerboard.
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by nataleone on 10-18-2014 03:46 PM
Installation is no problem, just follow the instructions. The code is on the cover. The software comes with a small booklet Getting Started. I did not even read, that's all you say.
Ergonomic product comes with some effects and plugins. With the base of VST and DXI available on the market, you have there a working tool for the first-class composer who loves socks off. Recommend! Especially considering the price !!! Read more on Audiofanzine
by Matosman59 on 10-18-2014 02:30 PM
Used for several months.
This cabinet is 10 inches which is very good.
At the same time, the vox speakers ... are in very good general.
Benefits: Compact and lightweight!
To play at either Presta or scene because he has a "mouth".
Use with a lil night train, and other heads of 5 to 15 watts.
Good dynamic and "s crushed" not in the bass.
Good clean tones, it is very surprising crunch and distorted sounds.
Clearly oriented medium high (c is 10 inches), a sooooo sooooo good Q / Price
For lack of space, I separated from a speaker (because I had purchased in 2 to make a mini stack). It had the mouth, but not enough room in my house for all the gear that I have. So I kept the one I'd run in the most! :) Read more on Audiofanzine
by Matosman59 on 10-18-2014 12:37 PM
Overdrive, boost, channel 2 .... Read more on Audiofanzine
by redox75 on 10-18-2014 07:33 AM
ITS TRUE LEGENDARY JBL! !
Well, it is a model of the most famous / iconic brand, which is also the catalog for decades. Monitoring category, hundreds of engi-sons worked their masters by listening on 4312, the album's most famous mixed it was "Thriller" Michael Jackson.
Sound quality side, it is fairly typical, it is clear, clean and precise, with a very punchy bass register, groovy, and a mid / high that can, strictly speaking, miss a bit of finesse compared to other pregnant Read more on Audiofanzine
by Matosman59 on 10-18-2014 05:39 AM
It is a kind of big muff, but much more defined, with a tighter grain. Read more on Audiofanzine
by jarviscocker on 10-18-2014 04:08 AM
Excellent workmanship, much better than the speakers "light" made in China ...
David Eden is a reference mark
Connected to an EBS head 250 watts into 4 ohms and it sends very strong!
Also used with an Ampeg SVT head .... the best!
Used to play rock and pop Read more on Audiofanzine
by zeetoon on 10-18-2014 02:53 AM
Very simple console, use that I was even more rudimentary as it is used for listening to me. I used some time his mic preamps in the beginning, and I was not too unhappy but was there so long (20 years!) It has nothing objective. In any case it is used daily and has never caused any problems. The faders do not even crack ... I must say that apart from two moves in the original carton, it does not move the home studio. Read more on Audiofanzine
by joemanix on 10-18-2014 01:43 AM
Active monitors 5.25 "Kevlar + 1" tweeter
Class AB Amplification: 70 Watt
Bass port forward
EQ: 6dB +/- medium - high frequency +/- 6 dB
Low cut filter: 80 Hz - 100 Hz
Settings "acoustic space": 0, -2, -4 dB
Frequency Response: 53 Hz - 22 kHz
XLR balanced inputs, 6.3mm jack and unbalanced RCA
Dimensions (WxDxH): 178 x 198 x 260 mm
Weight: 4.63 kg
My purpose is the home studio in a room of 12m ², for both mixing models and standard listening.
Size, power, vent forwards were the criteria for pre-selection, with many more settings to adjust the sound to the room. Then came the sound (see below). Read more on Audiofanzine
by Bidibuleable on 10-18-2014 12:49 AM
The Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 15-R is a small 15W amp transistors.
We find an entry for the instrument, two channels (one clean and lead), common to both channels equalization, reverb and master control for the overall volume. Otherwise, there is a volume control for the clean channel and the lead channel, volume control and gain.
No effect on this amp, except the reverb. Otherwise, there is the same version DFX with chorus, flanger, delay and reverb.
After, there is an output for headphones and an mp3 input. Read more on Audiofanzine
by morel.didier.5 on 10-18-2014 12:02 AM
Loyal customer products LINE6 I purchased the Variax James Taylor used, but after a few hours of use .... panne..un piezo sensor is broken and I end up with a guitar five strings. If I unplug it and I plug again after some time it works half an hour or more rien.J'ai available on the net and I found that this failure was fréquente.bon ... But when I addressed the service LINE6 .... Help, there's nobody. So I end up with a guitar that works with conventional microphones that do not have any interest. Think before you buy .... Read more on Audiofanzine
by neige on 10-17-2014 11:11 PM
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by Route66 on 10-17-2014 08:51 PM
maple neck very good thanks to its varnish
22 frets as us
ergonomics of the body as a deluxe us (with indentation). Read more on Audiofanzine
by Thejoker on 10-17-2014 08:02 PM
What type of keyboard (synth, piano ...)? How many octaves?
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by sprinfield3 on 10-17-2014 07:52 PM
I did with this little rack big sound discs which have been marketed by multinationals without any problems. Must be recorded on analog tape (Fostex 8 or 16 track) and that is where the mixing of digital takes a staggering scale.
I am a professional arranger of the disc and I used it in my home studio all the time, it is very effective and easy to use.
Now, we must compare like with like, it sure compressors an SSL console or NIVE are in the firmament of the best compressors in the world but the price is prohibitive for us. Read more on Audiofanzine
by Gixtarr on 10-17-2014 04:55 PM
Doc and information on the DV Mark site.
This is a transistor amp head, with conventional guitar amp settings.
There are three channels, integrated effects, effects loop mono output, modeling loudspeakers for use in the studio or on stage (plugged directly into a PA).
The connection is complete, one can only regret the absence of a stereo effects loop.
It can connect to any type of speaker (several impedances) and audio installation, this is the big advantage. Read more on Audiofanzine
by rouldug on 10-17-2014 04:46 PM
I have used it in 1989 to make models to move to 8 digital tracks in 1995.
I agree with the previous opinions.
What I liked is the roundness of the preamps that looked a lot warmer than my previous TASCAM 244 sound.
I'm not too used actually, because I was out of inspiration. I was prolixte with TASCAM.
I kept it for a day duplicate my tapes on digital (which I have not done for lack of time and energy. Read more on Audiofanzine
by rouldug on 10-17-2014 04:21 PM
I was one of the first to buy in Paris ... in 1984 and cost a blind (nearly 5,000 francs, or more than two months of SMIC).
I stopped to use it in 1989 when I went with an 8-track YAMAHA MTX 8 But I kept it for that one day when I have time to duplicate my tapes on PC. I rowed with so I could not bring myself to throw it away or give it away.
What I loved most: the mobile side, simple to use and very innovative. The DBX was well dynamics. You could also saturate without the sound becomes necessarily yucky (long live analog!).
What I liked least: the extreme fragility of cassettes that supported hard excess rewind or punch in / out; also difficult to resolve and sounding preamps easily and hard metal (in this respect, the Yamaha MTX8 sounded much better); unbalanced jack inputs only (exit condenser microphones); often random and hard to control the long keys of the cassette; and then 4 tracks, it's short and the unit resented copies from track to track (merge) because the signal deteriorated horribly at each transfer.
Technologically, it is obviously archi outdated, but it's still a very respectable museum piece: it is with this contraption home studios have democratized.
PS Jeremy Gerard found the manual in pdf scanned on google; and just explore just to understand how it works. Read more on Audiofanzine