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RE: effective mobius,mixer and soundcard routing

well no no,i am just trying out a little mackie havent bought it yet,which 
costs alomost 300.-eur.then the soundcard thats another 300,-,yes i am 
using it in the mon send to get the post fx which is cool but ill need a 
wide table to sit soundcard,mixer,laptop all sort of scarered around and 
do all this conections, so i am thinking instead of all that why not have 
all the eqs,pre fx,mixer,post efx etc.  plus a soundcard all in one? i 
would still be cheaper, conect quicker,less cables and take less 
space!another thing that seems nice about the motu is the integrated midi 
conection and is also powered by the firewire port(no need for power 
supply)the firebox requires an x-tra adaptor to use it midi,no biggi 
offcourse but as i said the less cables the better!


--- On Thu, 12/4/08, Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> wrote:

> From: Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com>
> Subject: RE: effective mobius,mixer and soundcard routing
> To: "Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com" 
> Date: Thursday, December 4, 2008, 10:46 AM
> > oh yes,i know is nice i own the big brother RME FW800
> which i use for
> > home recording,too bad is to big for a lappy setup but
> who knows i
> > might sell it and get this compact one,hell i can also
> use it for home
> > recording just as well!
> I hate getting in the way of someone's gear lust, but
> if the point
> of all this was to add a reverb tail to a Mobius loop,
> there WILL
> be a VST version on the Mac very soon.  It's working
> now, I'm just
> getting some kinks worked out of the UI.  If you have
> another use
> in mind for the Ultralite/RME then fine, but don't
> spend $500-800
> USD just to get a reverb tail :-)
> Jeff