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Matt Hepworth

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  1. Two words: RME & TotalMix. Converter quality aside (a nod to the RME in that department, BTW), once you've used TotalMix (which is part of the FF800) and done some routing and monitor mixes, you'll wonder how you ever got by, even if you have a huge console. That thing is incredible. Now the FF800 also has great converters, decent preamps, and very stable drivers. I also like Presonus just fine, but it's a little more of a good "budget" solution, while the RME is a more suitable as a longer term studio centerpiece. Just my opinion and experience.
  2. SOLD - $800 - posted in the classifieds section here: http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums/showthread.php?p=24282697#post24282697
  3. I've got a great condition TASCAM US-2400 available. I have two of these (long story), but only need one. Condition is very good (better than the one I'm keeping, which I was quite happy with) both cosmetically and functionally. Very nice controllers. Includes original box, owners manual, and power supply. I'll throw in a USB cable. SOLD - $800 plus shipping takes it. Domestic shipping is $30.00 Prefer US only. PayPal is welcome. email me at mhepworth atgmaildot com Thanks! Matt
  4. Good mic, I just used one tonight on a session. Unfortunately, it's not for sale.
  5. There's one on eBay right now - half meter.
  6. $450 plus musicians fees might be a good starting point for the 30 second snip. $750 for the 60. I don't do a lot of that, but my buddy and former intern does. I think he averages about $500 each.
  7. Craig, thanks! That's really laying it out well and it's helping me follow along with AudioSnap. A couple "What the?!?!" questions have been answered. Excellent work!
  8. Full Version of Nuendo 2.0 (with updates to the latest for Mac OSX and PC. - Includes all Original Install CD's, the box (box says "UPDATE" on it, as it was an update from previous Nuendo) - Quickstart Manual and Full Manual - Dongle - the Registration card with the Serial and version number on it - DVD of Nuendo Demo Content I have the updates and their documentation on CD that I'll include. SOLD!!! Thanks!
  9. Been using SONAR since version 1.0. Really been very pleased with its capabilities and workflow. One thing that's big to me is that I've been a Windows user since 3.1, and SONAR works like Windows works (please neither take, nor insert any sarcastic comments on that), right-click does the options, CTRL + drag equals copy, etc. Super easy for a Windows user to grasp. It's also one of the few apps that's Windows only, so, again, it really lends itself to people who like PC's. I also am quite comfortable with Cubase, Nuendo, Pro Tools, and Live. Each has their certain strengths, but SONAR seems to do the most things in the way I want it to of any of the apps. Download a demo and try it. Highly recommended.
  10. I've got some USA made Mackie HR824's that I, unfortunately, need to sell. I like 'em alot, but I like my Dynaudios more. $SOLD! I may only have a few posts here, but I'm sure Phil will vouch for me. Thanks!
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