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Prism Orpheus Digital Converters
Old 6th July 2009
  #31
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that's freakin great! i really didn't wanna have to get a big ben.
btw, do u know if the software interface for the Orpheus has
a reverb that i'd be able to use for a headphone mix (i don't wanna
track the reverb ya know). thanx for the help man
Old 8th July 2009
  #32
TZk
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there is a manual online for such questions...

no reverb. the prism has no dsp.
if you need reverb than you use a plugin in your daw and route that back into the headphone mix
Old 8th July 2009
  #33
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i didn't know you could use a plugin like that. would you happen to know how i could set that up in cubase sx3? i'm currently using a motu mk3 ultralite and it has dsp reverb, so i never really had to worry about it. thanks for the help man
Old 16th July 2009
  #34
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I agree with Adam. Oh and by the way, thanks Adam for the recommending the Orpheus about 6 months ago to me. I was a little 'sketchy' about taking the leap to the Orpheus, but once I heard it...... Wowwww ! And I'm a big fan of the AD 16X and Rosetta 800 I have, but whoa... I wasn't ready for the shock-value that comes with hearing the Orpheus ! That thing is borderline uncanny. I hear things audibly happening behind my back while sitting in a stereo Near-field monitoring setup ! With regard to needing a clock..... I used the Orpheus to clock an old synth I have (Roland XV-5080) and it literally made the thing sound like a brand new modern synth, no exaggeration !!! It's like I'm discovering new sounds in it for the first time ! As good as Big Ben is, it never had such a dramatic effect on any piece of gear I've had. You have absolutely nothing to worry about with the Orpheus' clock - Reub.
Old 16th July 2009
  #35
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bugsstar View Post
there is a manual online for such questions...

no reverb. the prism has no dsp.
if you need reverb than you use a plugin in your daw and route that back into the headphone mix
There is another way. You can use configure the low-latency mixers so that you can use some of your channels for insert effect. For more info, see the FAQs.
Old 16th July 2009
  #36
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I hear things audibly happening behind my back while sitting in a stereo Near-field monitoring setup !
Now that's depth!
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