Originally Posted by isma
Hi MPC stut'z, there is something i don't really get about the "vintage mode" :
In the manual:
"Click on the VINTAGE MODE button of your MPC Renaissance to toggle between the different audio quality emulations. This works only if the MPC Renaissance is set up as the audio output in the Preferences. You can choose to emulate the particular sonic qualities of the MPC3000, the MPC60, Other and of course no emulation (no LED will be lit)".
Doest it mean no vintage mode using my main audio interface?
Does it mean the vintage mode is applied just before the D/A conversion of the MPC main out, not in the DAW?
If yes, let's say i use 2 computers, one dedicated to the MPC so i use the MPC sound card.
I've finished a track, and i'm willing to mix the track so want to bounce 8 tracks from my MPC renaissance (kick, hat...) with the " MPC60 vintage mode", how do i do that with only 2 analog outs??
lol none of the vintage mode questions will be answered....
any of the questions would be consumers find important about the Ren get trivialized by the corporate shills here.
Also, on the MPC forums...it still gets trivialized. At one point any thread asking about vintage mode was getting locked.
Guys like Jahrome have been reduced to rhetoric such as (to paraphrase) - "I don't think Vintage Mode is important....let's talk about workflow"....
So, how can you call yourself a supporter of a certain product when you want to cherry pick discussion on it's features???