I try my hardest to find American made or European made. To say - and I'm not jumping your ass here - "times are changing" is a defeatist attitude and is exactly how contemporary America thinks. As long as we can fulffill our wants as fast as we can, we don't care where that instant gratification comes from. I think it's wrong. Sometimes it's unavoidable but I always look where my stuff was made. If it was made anywhere besides here or Euro, I feel a little guilty.
I have 2 Firestudio Projects for sale. Asking 600 for both. I will sell seperately at 325 a piece. They work great and have never given me any issues. I have used them both on Mac and pc. I've upgraded to a board and won't be needing them anymore. Includes boxes, cords, and manuals. Free shipping in the U.S.
I love S1v2. That being said, I've recently picked up a Zed-R16 and have been trying to work the kinks out for days. I can map midi to the surface but there is no way in saving it? I have to re-map for every new song I create?
Has anybody gotten the Zed-R16 to fully cooperate with S1v2? Audio routing seems to be another issue after recording tracks. I should be able to send the signal back through the board so I can use the analog eq's on each channel, but it seems to work only if I route master output to the specific tracks. So, if I want to eq my kick and snare, I have to route the master to tracks one and two. But, if I do that I'm eq'ing both thracks at the same time on one ch. strip.
If anybody has gotten farther than what most have on this board PLEASE share. I'm not giving up on this board and I'm definitely not changing from Studio One 2.
I've got Studio One 2 to see the faders from the Zed, but my issue is that the physical faders will not sync with the virtual faders. I've used midi learn using basically every setting from the software (keyboard, control surface etc.) They will map but not integrate. Any ideas? I've got all of the turnable nobs to integrate though. I can move the eq parameters, or any other midi assignable inserts from the Zed just fine. If you're familiar with the midi section of the board you'll know there are 12 soft keys (not including the transport controls) that are also midi functioning. I cannot get the software to recognize them at all.
I do have the transport working through MMC.
Help if ya got it. Very much appreciated. If you get me rolling well, I'll record you for free :D
I've decided to upgrade from my two Firestudio Projects to an analog console. They've been super rock solid and have never given me problems. I want to sell them as a set for 800 firm. I figured I'd offer them here first to see if I can send them to a loving Presonus family. I want to sell them as a set and I have the original boxes, power cables, firewires, and manuals. Please e-mail if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org They must go as a set.
Anybody on this forum listen to hard core? It was crazy recording this b/c the guy I was doing it with was happy with everything no matter what and he basically wanted no processing on the instruments exept his distorted vox. At least he kept the spirit of the genre alive in his practice. Usually it's the other way around, but the older I get, the more I dig this stuff. It's fast and gross. Enjoy.
When I saw the Beasties and Money Mark in the title I didn't hesitate. I'm a drummer so I love how up front the drums are. Others might not. I think this is fucking awesome. In my opinion I wouldn't touch it, but I love simple stuff and think that artists sometimes add when it's not needed.
All those tracks are sick. Definitely followed on Soundcloud. The production reminds me alot of Atmosphere and what those dudes are doing up in Mnpls, and the vox reminds a bit of Black Sheep and J5. "Blowin Smoke to the Stars'" drum track is nice. Rza type stuff.