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Forum Rules. Remember Me? Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Does anyone here know anything about this baby? Is it fairly easy to use? Thanks for any tips! The Akai is a much more "user friendly" in my humble opinion. The only difference is a few of the features vary between the two.
Do your homework on this I had a D8. Yes, I know it's not the greatest comparison, since the D8 is a 4 year old design. But, I've also had occaission to check out the D The D seems to be a big improvement, but the editing features on the Akai are superior. This is just my opinion. Your mileage may vary Check out the Roland VS 18 tracks as opposed to Also, Korg pretty much copied the VS concept. I've rarely seen a ripoff compare to the original. I just got one 2 wks ago and already used it to record a live concert.
I burned the CD and it sounds absolutely awesome. Before I got it, I read up, then talked to some studio engineers who I respect. I only heard good stuff. For me that was a clincher.
At a much more reasonable price the Yamaha is almost twice the price and the Roland VS is almost thrice the Korg sounds better! I also don't care who copied who. I am mostly interested in sound, ease of use, and features. So, there you have it. Just realize a couple of things about the Korg, and comperably priced units: 1 You've got to pay alot more for motorized faders.
Neither the Korg nor the comparably priced unit from Roland VS have 'em. Instead, the Korg gives you "scenes" which are fader setting "snapshots" that you can save. Not as good as motorized faders -- but not bad at all. And of course, you can always do standard fading while mixing down. For me this works fine. This is a little deceptive in terms of their advertising, but what are you gonna do.
With the Korg it goes from 8 to 4 tracks for recording, and from 16 to 8 tracks when playing. For me this is still fine. I say get it, you won't regret it. Hope this helps. PS that halving of tracks business when you go from 16 to 24 bit seems to be standard across all these brands.
PPS: Remember, I am talking about simultaneous tracks, not total tracks, which is around 8 times that amount, I think. Thanks Guys Hello Everyone :- I just wanted to thank all you guys who have given me tips and just general information. Im fairly new to the art of recording.
I've been looking for a digital multitrack recorder since im really over my 4 track Tascam tape recorder. Not that its a bad machine for beginners, but im looking for a better, more professional sound. I think i've made my decision. Too bad none of you are in Miami so we could hook up and jam. Thanks for taking the time to help.
Iry the Irygirl. For the price of a D you can Buy or build a P3 Meg computer. Record 24 tracks at 24bit Record 8 Tracks at a time at 24 bit Edit in ways you never thought possible Have your sessions mixed in a studio at a later time Also Hellofa deal! Robert Smith www.
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Korg D1600 16-Track Digital Recorder with FREE CDRW 2x8 (40GB Drive)
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Korg D1600 Digital Recording Studio 16track Cd-r Burner
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