Loving the MOTU Track16 2013

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Loving the MOTU Track16 2013

Message par  le Jeu 31 Jan - 4:40

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Upon receipt, I was really stunned by how slick the physical interface is - the chassis is a beautiful piece of brushed aluminum with two rows of buttons for toggling between the inputs/outputs and a large multifunction wheel to adjust trim levels and volume. Just messing around, getting it interfaced with my macbook air and guitar was a breeze.



I had the chance to try it out during a practice the other day with me on guitar, a bassist and a drummer on an electronic kit. Using the supplied break out cable, I had no problems getting us all connected. Did a few takes using Garageband (i'm just starting out here and don't have the cash for Logic or ProTools just yet) and the recording quality is quite good. Best of all, when we're ready to record an acoustic kit, I could easily get 4 mics on the drums (2 XLR inputs and 2 Line-Ins) and still have dedicated guitar/bass inputs.



My only knock on the device is the clunky-ness of the break-out cable. While it holds the additional input/output connections not found on the physical interface, it also holds the power supply connector. This means, even for editing, I still need this clunky thing on my desk. It can be powered via Firewire port if you don't need the break-out cable, but my MacBook air doesn't have one.



That aside, I'm really happy with device and hopefully this gives people some insight who are considering it. I was really enticed by the Apogee Quartet as it apparently has great pre-amps, but I couldn't justify the $1200 price-point when the Track16 does more.</div>


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Upon receipt, I was really stunned by how slick the physical interface is - the chassis is a beautiful piece of brushed aluminum with two rows of buttons for toggling between the inputs/outputs and a large multifunction wheel to adjust trim levels and volume. Just messing around, getting it interfaced with my macbook air and guitar was a breeze.



I had the chance to try it out during a practice the other day with me on guitar, a bassist and a drummer on an electronic kit. Using the supplied break out cable, I had no problems getting us all connected. Did a few takes using Garageband (i'm just starting out here and don't have the cash for Logic or ProTools just yet) and the recording quality is quite good. Best of all, when we're ready to record an acoustic kit, I could easily get 4 mics on the drums (2 XLR inputs and 2 Line-Ins) and still have dedicated guitar/bass inputs.



My only knock on the device is the clunky-ness of the break-out cable. While it holds the additional input/output connections not found on the physical interface, it also holds the power supply connector. This means, even for editing, I still need this clunky thing on my desk. It can be powered via Firewire port if you don't need the break-out cable, but my MacBook air doesn't have one.



That aside, I'm really happy with device and hopefully this gives people some insight who are considering it. I was really enticed by the Apogee Quartet as it apparently has great pre-amps, but I couldn't justify the $1200 price-point when the Track16 does more.</div>


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