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- Tue Mar 15, 2005 10:55 am
- Forum: SOUNDCARDS
- Topic: Cheap Mutli-Out Soundcard
- Replies: 4
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As I've said before on the site- have a look at the delta 1010LT at the thomann cyberstore- its only £148 and for 10 ins and outs (1 stereo spdif i/o and 8 unbalanced i/o) it's a bargin. <BR>Enjoy <BR>Pat
- Mon Jan 10, 2005 5:13 pm
- Forum: SOUNDCARDS
- Topic: Mighty Good Value Soundcard
- Replies: 0
- Views: 13381
Just been looking for a new soundcard to put in a computer for a mate and spotted a delta 1010LT for only £147 see <A HREF="http://www.netzmarkt.de/thomann" TARGET="_top">http://www.netzmarkt.de/thomann</A>. Thinking about it I paid £470 for its bigger brother the delta 1010 which is onl...
Here's a load of decent sites for DIY kit building- post your experiences so others can see how good they are... <BR> 8-way velocity sensitive circuit MIDI drum pad system - <A HREF="http://tomscarff.tripod.com/8way_drm2/8way_drm2_1.htm" TARGET="_top">http://tomscarff.tripod.com/8way_drm2/8way_drm2_...
Cheers For That ... I think i'll give the pair of delays a miss as they want 75 quid a piece for them... I think their probably a bit old and decrepid to do the job.. <BR>Cheers <BR>Pat
Hi Just wondering if anyone uses the Deltalab DL4 Time Line, what it can do and whether its any good, as I cant get a manual for it off the internet, and don't have time to try before I buy.... <BR>I've been looking for some delay units for a while, and hopefully this might help me out.. <BR>Cheers...
- Wed Apr 14, 2004 11:55 am
- Forum: SOFTWARE
- Topic: Fruityloops/Cool Edit Pro, Voice Processing
- Replies: 16
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If you want to thicken things up a bit it's always worth doing multiple takes and layering them up to get a good thick sound, then if you pitch shift some of the takes you can get a decent sound, as always a bit of experimentation is required to get it going good. <BR>Hope it helps <BR>Pat
- Tue Mar 16, 2004 3:48 pm
- Forum: OTHER EFFECTS
- Topic: using Photoshop to process sound
- Replies: 16
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I've used a program called coagulite to convert pictures to sound, it's a bit basic though... <BR>One of afex twins tunes shows a picture of him if you do a time (X) amplitude(Y) frequency (Z) plot (FFT in cool edit)of the sound- I'll try and find out which one it is...
Thanks Mike, I think that it'll help me get what I'm after, as I've been trying to get good results from my studio quads, and GSP5, and neither are giving the desired effect, and it should be realy easy to slot in and control via midi. <BR>Cheers <BR>Pat
Hi- I'm looking at getting a new delay, but was wondering if anyone uses a d-two, and whether they recon it's alright. <BR>I've been looking at getting one since they look like a bargin second hand as their less thn £200. <BR>Are they as good as all the reveiws say they are, or is it all a lo...
Oh yeh- forgot something- Realy low (sub 50Hz) bass uses up loads of the amp power on rigs- I personally filter it out of the mix, cause otherwise soundsystems can realy struggle to reproduce it.
I use a Clavia Nord Lead and Nord Lead 3, but would say that a nord modular or micro modular is probably the most versitile and cheapest way to get into virtual analogue synths- as they offer such complex and easily programable patch creation. <BR>The best analogue bass synths I've tried is Juno 60...