...and 64 bits windows7,yamaha 01x ( use the pres as it have not drivers for firewire and 64 bits) roland dm80 i have it for its converters but i dont know yet how to use them ,a motif xf8 ,focuswrite penta ,symetrix 528 .my mini studio is 2x3 so i only use it for...
I had never seen reference to the Roland DM80 and Fostex R8 combo and several times it’s been incorrectly repeated that it was a 388... I didn’t realize there was a stand-alone hard disk recorder at the time I assumed production of Mellow Gold to take place. All good, interesting. Thanks
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The Nady DM-80 Dynamic Kick Drum Microphone delivers an enhanced low frequency response ideal for capturing kick drums and bass cabinets. The DM-80 is an ideal choice for both sound reinforcement and recording applications, and features a neodymium element for fast transient (peak) response, high headroom and low distortion. The cardioid polar pattern minimizes leakage and extraneous signals from other instruments, ambiance, etc. The DM80 includes a rubber mount that also aids in absorbing noise due to vibration, shock and handling. Cardioid pattern allows close miking without bleed-through from other drum kit pieces Neodymium element delivers maximum output Up to 140dB SPL handling capacity for distortion free reproduction of even the loudest drums and other instruments Transformerless moving-coil dynamic design for enhanced bass and fast transient response All metal construction for maximum reliability Special rubber shockmount mic holder minimizes floor vibration pick-up Incredibly small, low-profile design for minimum visibility and versatile close-miking placement around the drum kit Gold-plated XLR for maximum conductivity Full frequency response for sonic punch with exceptional clarity