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Wouldn't running a guitar through the Powercore for those pedals just add more latency? and before the amp sim?
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Pity it's plugins, I saw the pic of the old EQ pedal and got enthusiastic, I'd love to have one of those for my guitar rig... I can take the rack unit with me but I'd rather have the smaller version...
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Wouldn't running a guitar through the Powercore for those pedals just add more latency? and before the amp sim?
I think they're meant for the mix!
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I was waiting for a Powercore PCI-e X8 and VSS4. Maybe they are programming native versions after lexicon announced their plugins. At least TC have mentioned that they now have a technology which enables them to port their dsp algorithms easier to native plugins.
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I think they're meant for the mix!
That and sellin'...

I used to work for a major tape duplication house. We had several kinds of tape stock, but they broke down into two basic categories: usin' and sellin'.

I have a truly mint condition Booster + Line Driver & Distortion, and I used to have the Stereo Chorus plus some of the other TC pedals. The only reason I still have the Booster + Line Driver & Distortion is that I couldn't sell it! They command some pretty good money now, so I may unload it.

Oh, and BTW... I hate TC's website! (new smiley use)
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That and sellin'...

I used to work for a major tape duplication house. We had several kinds of tape stock, but they broke down into two basic categories: usin' and sellin'.

I have a truly mint condition Booster + Line Driver & Distortion, and I used to have the Stereo Chorus plus some of the other TC pedals. The only reason I still have the Booster + Line Driver & Distortion is that I couldn't sell it! They command some pretty good money now, so I may unload it.

Oh, and BTW... I hate TC's website! (new smiley use)
LOL. Nothing to add but your post amused me. Have a synth on me.
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Not for nothing, I used to own a TC Chorus pedal that was awesome on my guitar, but I can't imagine applying such effects in the mix - you have to play through that as you record to really know how it responds. Of course it has more uses than just a guitar pedal, but still, that is weird to me. Oh well, to each their own.
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the tuner looks cool
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Ok, nice to see some new stuff for powercore but still no VSS4...
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the tuner looks cool
Indeed. Not as much in the studio, but on stage to be able to open strum and quickly see which strings are off is a pretty nice concept. Makes me wonder if the Melodyne people were involved in any way.
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Yeah, that tuner looks great. Polyphonic tuner!
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TC, where is VSS4? where is MD4? The products that were lanunched just suxx big time.

Lexicon releases PCM native, Softube releases CL1b native, TC says they have a great plan and they will release their famous plugins for PoCo and they release this shit...

Selling my PoCo and getting Lexicon and going fully native, I think...
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I was expencting to see a new soundcard since the Konnekt 8 and 24D are now been discontinued.
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I was expencting to see a new soundcard since the Konnekt 8 and 24D are now been discontinued.
Yeah me too unless the Impact Twin was it?
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Im interested in the impact twin also, but theres hardly any reviews on it...
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It seems like a tweaked out version of the 24D with perhaps upgraded preamps.
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