They actually did things that Pro Tools still does not do unless you buy a 3rd party app, like auto conform.
It is only 16 bits, limited track count, records to a proprietary audio file format, no way to "export" files you must play your EDL to an output recorder, company no longer supports it, only recognizes SCSI drives, but other than that..................................
Unless you are running a museum, you can now, for very little money, buy something that is still supported by a company and will do way more and in many case sound better.
Most of the negative responses are true. I have one and it works and sounds great. Yea, 16 bits, but the converters are amazing, and the Multidesk is damm sexy. There is a guy in CA that still services them and offers support. <http://magicsound.us/>
Last edited by robmcw; 17th June 2011 at 03:34 PM..