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The Roland MMP-2 offers new features not found on any other microphone preamp?like COSM Preamp and Mic modeling, four bands of fully parametric EQ, modeled tube compression, an enhancer and de-esser-plus ultra-intuitive control software for your Mac or PC. And the sound quality rivals that of preamps costing hundreds more, thanks to superb-quality analog circuits and 24-bit/96kHz A/D conversion. You can even download new effect plug-ins through USB, making the MMP-2 an indispensable tool for recording microphones and acoustic instruments. 2-channel modeling preamp for recording and live performance Combines premium analog components and 24-bit/96kHz A/D conversion COSM Preamp Modeling for access to 9 classic and modern studio preamp sounds COSM Mic Modeling for a variety of high-end mic sounds Models are optimized for AKG C3000B, plus four additional mics Includes 4 bands of fully parametric EQ with 9 filter types, modeled tube compression, plus enhancer and de-esser Analog I/O includes 2 XLR/trs Mic inputs with Phantom Power and 2 XLR Line outputs Coaxial digital I/O and aes/ebu digital output for tight studio integration USB port allows PC control, plus ability to download new effect plug-ins Bundled software with intuitive graphic editing of EQ, compressors and more

Discussions

Two sound cards at once?

I have an EMU 0404 with a single channel working, and a Roland MMP-2 that needs a SPDIF in but is not compatible with the EMU. If I bought a cheap little SPDIF to USB dealie, could I run the MMP-2 in through that and have my EMU 0404 channel usable at the same...

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Slate Digital Launches The VIRTUAL MICROPHONE SYSTEM

Roland - MMP-2 | Mic Modeling Preamp Anyone remember this stuff?? I believe they even had a suggested akg mic to pair with it.

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Narrow track multitrack tape recorders and how to get the best out of them

You got some really good points. Heard so much good about 388's, would love to try one but only bumped into one in the town where I live. However I don't agree with your point about bigger narrow track machines being a waste of time. Have you tried one with a good desk? Since we replaced...

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