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Digi002R vs others

Discussion in 'Recording' started by C9productions, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. i use a Delta 1010 at the moment. i was looking at upgrading to the Motu 828MKII but at the same time i have artist that need PT and i really need to master the software since i might be working be working in a Hd2 studio.

    is the Digi002R "THAT" much better than the delta1010 or is it a slight difference in the sound?
    the pres i'm not to worried about b/c i have outboard pres.

    my other question is how well does the Digi002R work with Nuendo 2.2? thats what i mainly run i'll use PT only when i need it. seeing its track limitations i can't use it everyday seeing that i often use more than 32 tracks.
     
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  3. BennisHahn

    BennisHahn Guest

    Wait, what program are you using? PT or Nuendo? Answer that and maybe more people can help. Right now it seems that you want to use two programs...
     
  4. cruisemates

    cruisemates Active Member

    Right... It's my understanding the Digi stuff (002r) only works with Protools. If you buy the 002r, Protools comes with it. I am using the 002, and I love Protools.
     
  5. BOTH. if i buy the Digi002R i'll be using both apps b/c i have artist that have things under PT, plus i need to get use to it again.

    mainly use nuendo 2.2 in my studio, it never limited me like PT does
    personally i don't love pro tools.. i've never liked the interface, the design of the software.. nothing. not to mention all the limits LE has... but these days i need pro tools just a little
    as for digi stuff only working with protools, i don't know who told you that but the interfaces work fine with other software

    the 002R has asio drivers which allows it to work perfect with nuendo.
    a studio i use to work with ran a digi001 w/ cubase a long time ago so it does work. actually, i went to the accel tour.. and a pto tools Accel HD3 works with nuendo too :D
     

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