Right! What is it about that mic? So harsh!this could be a long list<G>!
AKG C3000 - the only microphone I've ever tried for which I can find no use.
M-Audio made a wonderful series of affordable PCI cards. I had the little Omni Studio package, a Delta 66 card with a breakout box, 2 XLRs etc... It was fine for my needs, and the only reason I gave it up was the non-native PCI legacy bridge thing didn't work well on my new PC build, so I had to abandon it.2496 by any chance? I still have one in my slave, just in case! They were (and still are) good cards.
I have 2 2496, and a 192. I have a Terratec EWX2496 that was running on Vista 64 beta drivers and even though it seems to work without flaws it would show up errors in W10 on a Gigabyte AM3 board. My M-Audio FW410 still works too.M-Audio made a wonderful series of affordable PCI cards. I had the little Omni Studio package, a Delta 66 card with a breakout box, 2 XLRs etc... It was fine for my needs, and the only reason I gave it up was the non-native PCI legacy bridge thing didn't work well on my new PC build, so I had to abandon it.
Risk display problem is reason why i selled my Juno-G. btw my worst purchase what i never used anything is still Roland U-110 with few expansion cards.Roland Juno-G synth. It had a defective LCD screen, which was a big issue for a lot of people who made the mistake of buying this, and the defect was never properly acknowledged or rectified.
yes! Stephen St. Croix! Sounds like a made up character, but I remember him now. kind of brilliant as I recall. Ensoniq also made a lot of very cool stuff back then.PARIS was designed by Stephen St. Croix (or a name very close to that) who died way before his time. Very nice guy.
The fellow who reviewed it for Recording magazine when I was there was a Pro Tools fan, and he wasn't effusive. That required some political finesse!
Everytime I adjust anything on my Slave PC, I pretty much waste the entire next day having to fix network issues. I remember wasting 3-4 ENTIRE DAYS trying to get Thunderbolt set up on it, and when I finally had my breakthrough moment (which came 2 weeks later, after I had given up), the transfer speeds were pathetic, so I just went on without it.I'm such a Windows noob. I needed someone from a PC shop to get my network configured but now I can't go to internet with this PC anymore. Well, I can but this shredders my slave connection. If I then want to go back to slave mode I need to watch hours of YT videos of youngsters explaining network gibberish until they show the sub-sub-under-menu where I have to click strange settings.... oh I hate it! I also didn't find a solution to backup the whole system. It works now but the day the system drive crashes will be the end of this PC and all the useless time invested.