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I'm going to invest in a RME ufx, drivers seem more reliable, usb recording, more solid construction.
|How volume control works on Zodiac DACs|
I stand by what I said about Paypal - they take a cut from everyone, all those ebay sales - everything. They are rolling in it.
Audio quality is far from stellar on YouTube, but for the purposes of sampling or discovering music, it's certainly good enough.
I don't agree that sites like PayPal and Bandcamp are greedy for taking a cut. They're businesses. They have overhead costs and staff that need to be paid. This money has to come from somewhere.
Regarding Bandcamp, their pricing structure is very fair. By the way, they only take 10%, which is ridiculously low.
Yeah, Youtube's audio quality is very poor, but I think that it shows that we live in an increasingly visually orientated culture, where people (the majority of ?) prefer to listen to music with a visual element.
One thing good about having the Zen studio at the desk is easy and fast access to the volume knob.
I think it is important to have fast access if you get very loud volumes in your DAW by misstake for instance..
I have a Presonus central station for that in the studio. Live I use a mixer so it wouldn't be a big sales point for me.
That might work if you could get the handle off and dont mind not having access to the Adat on the side....I feel it is really a questionable design philosophy. How big is the mobile market? Rack it and their sales could / will double, triple etc.
With their current products I would of thought they could give Prism, Metric Halo, and UAD's Apollo some serious competition instead of coming out with this brilliant but not very practical concept for most.
Perhaps consider this....
Audient ASP880 - Feature Roundup
iD22 - Feature Roundup
P.S.....these guys build some very nice large format console....perhaps not as star studded as Solid State Logic but nevertheless....
Maybe you can detach the handle and use something like this:
As an eclipse user I can't really say I was very happen when I saw the Zen and also the price, it seems to me that they are giving away a lot of their technology very cheap in this box. Of course it is good for all others though.
Shit, you paid 5k for the eclipse box... I would be pissed
WNAMM13:Here Comes The Schmidt Polysynth - Video
Wow.....the first video I watched did not do that much for me, but once I understood the story in this video it really is an achievement. He continued where the Oberheim Matrix 12 stopped. @ $30k its beyond most but I recall the New England Digital Synclaviar was about $50,000 in 1984 depending on the model.
The obie /moog sounds are very good but from a few reclusive patches I heard this really excels at the experimental. I suppose you could say that is the same as the Matrix 12, great at bread & butter analog but really spreads its wings with serious modulation which is what its all about.