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Old 19th October 2014 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by Karloff70 View Post
His point is you can't really tell from different takes, especially of an acoustic, as the way the player hits it varies too. You need to split the signal before the conversion and route the same take to both converters, then level match tightly after, as the converters won't be the same. Then it will tell more properly what's going on.

I suspect though from hearing that, that the conclusions are going to be the same.

Here is the test again with both signals splited through both converters...same take, same mic,same pre, same guitar, same guitar player, same studio booth, and all the fishing tools..

get your conclusion again...like i said before...Apogee AD-8000 beats the digi 192 all the way through..
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