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BR-1600 & computer setup ?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by dlinvil1, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. dlinvil1

    dlinvil1 Guest

    I have a Boss BR-1600 and want to incorporate my computer in the setup for MIDI, sequencing, editing & mixing.I know the capabilities of what is onboard the BR-1600, but would like to practice performing some of the mentioned tasks in a different environment.I have an old 800mhz celeron.What recomendations does the group have for the software to get.I have a copy of Qbase VST.

    What I would like to do is import to software that would then ley each track (as in 1-16) out as it was on the the BR-1600.From there I would like to edit.I would also like to sync a sequencer w/ the board.Maby some graphical signal processing or anaylizing software.Would VST Qbase do the trick?
     
  2. dlinvil1

    dlinvil1 Guest

    Solution

    http://topsoundproductions.home.att.net/products/wav-maker-1600/prodinfo1.htm
     
  3. ScoobyLives

    ScoobyLives Member

    BR-1600 V2 now out

    The V2 firmware upgrade addresses the problem you speak of.
     
  4. FamilyMan

    FamilyMan Guest

    Hello, I just registered to this site after seeing your question from a few months ago. This is similar to what I'd like to do. I have a Boss BR-1600CD and am thinking about buying CuBase SX3. I'd like to use my Boss BR-1600CD as a mixer and use Cubase as my main software package for recording MIDI, sequencing, editing & mixing, etc... It looks like you were using differnt software but, am wondering if you had any luck integrating your BR-1600 with your computer / DAW?
    Thanks,

    Joe C.
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  5. tundrkys

    tundrkys Guest

    Best $79 you'll ever spend

    Very powerful program, programs actually. for the money, you'll get Logic Audio Lite, without all that environment stuff, and a nice bunch of Virtual Instruments. You'll also get Samplitude lite, with a few more Virtual Instruments, lots of effects(nice effects I might add), and a spectral analyzer I think.
     

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