You need to get better suppliers then. Can't help you on your side of the
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On Sat, Dec 22, 2012 at 9:58 AM, John Murphy wrote:
> As a newcomer to the "Pro Audio" industry and a long time *nix user
> Why must I have so many microphone inputs? I'm a solo poet/musician
> Synth manufacturers: Why no ADAT out?
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at, Dec 22, 2012 at 9:58 AM, John Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org=
As a newcomer to the "Pro Audio" i=
ndustry and a long time *nix user
(somewhat mitigating this outburst here) I must say I'm not impressed.<=
I've spent thousands recently and found suppliers either just don't=
'know' the products they sell, or purposely misrepresent them. In o=
instance it took nearly a month to obtain a refund!
You need to get better suppliers then.=
=A0 Can't help you on your side of the pond, but I can tell you there i=
s a huge difference on my side of the pond between most stores and supplier=
Why must I have so many microphone inputs? I'm a solo poet/musician
with one mic. and enough places to plug it in to sink a battleship.
You don't need to get that many mi=
c inputs unless you want them.=A0 There are multiple interfaces I can think=
of with 2 or less mic inputs but still having ADAT or multiple line inputs=
.=A0 And of course there are numerous 2 channel or so interfaces.
Synth manufacturers: Why no ADAT out?
Korg Triton, as an example, years ago =
had it.=A0 I liked the concept, in reality it very rarely got used, thus wh=
y it likely got removed(Pure assumption on my part).=A0 For gigging musicia=
ns, it means savings thousands of dollars on AD/DA conversion, for studio m=
usicians many are switching to controllers and computer based synths or usi=
ng analog synths.