Sebatron 2000 with VUs

Alécio Costa - Brazil

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Mar 19, 2002
Hi guys! We already know that Sebatron is doing pretty good job.
Which have been your impressions using the VM2000?
Similar to anything? comparable to what?
Thanks
 

Bowisc

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Aug 22, 2002
I believe it is just a 2 channel version of the 4000e, so the same audio results may apply.

Bowisc
 

Bowisc

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Aug 22, 2002
My 4000e has shipped and I am looking forward to spending a good deal of time trying out different instruments, mics through it.

I have to say that service has been great. Sebatron has kept me in the loop while it was being built, and delivery was right on schedule.

IF for some reason, it doesn't work for me and I don't like the unit, it will go back to Sebatron without hesitation.

I would be glad to host some material in the form of high-res. MP3's for anyone interested in hearing a few tracks worth of Sebatron 4000e.

Bowisc
 

sdevino

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Mar 31, 2002
I just received my Sebatron VMP2000e last week. We used for scratch vox on a couple of pieces so far, so I still need to test it out throughly.

If I like it I intend to become a distributor or dealer in the US. So let me know off list if you are interested in Sebatron stuff.

Steve
 
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GreenLawns

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It's great that you got the unit, but please, post some impressions. We are all going on the words of just a few people, and hearing your personal response would be very valuable. Please let us know more... how did the scratch takes sound next to your other pres?
 

Bowisc

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Aug 22, 2002
I figured since folks are asking around, I got the "OK" to post this tune.

Here's a track recorded using only the Sebatron 4000e.
The band is called "Landed" from Melbourne AU and they tracked everything through the VMP4000e into Logic Platinum/Mac.

http://www.sonrisen.com/lines.mp3


Bowisc
 

Bowisc

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Aug 22, 2002
Originally posted by Alécio Costa - Brazil:
seems nice. What is your recording system?PT Hd/SSL?
PT MIx? Nuendo?

thanks
I should have added... this is not my work.


Bowisc
 

sdevino

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Mar 31, 2002
Comments will come soon. I am booked for the next 4 weeks solid so I will have to find time.


I have a lot of recording to do so we should have some opinions soon.

So far I like what it does in terms of EQ, and drive level flexibilty.

Steve
 
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GreenLawns

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anyone had more experience with the Sebatron yet? I'm suprised to see none have posted about their new pres.
 

Bowisc

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Aug 22, 2002
I agree with Steve about EQ. The "air/bright", and "deep" switches are a very neat tool to have onboard.

I'm loving my 4000e very much so. It sounds HUGE, very transparent (but can be pushed for tube-sat) and the bottom octaves are so stable and controlled... clear-sounding. This pre-amp is definitely unique in character... you should check one out. They are so worth the money, many times over.

Bowisc
 
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julian lamp

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Originally posted by Bowisc:
I agree with Steve about EQ. The "air/bright", and "deep" switches are a very neat tool to have onboard.

I'm loving my 4000e very much so. It sounds HUGE, very transparent (but can be pushed for tube-sat) and the bottom octaves are so stable and controlled... clear-sounding. This pre-amp is definitely unique in character... you should check one out. They are so worth the money, many times over.
Bowisc
hi Bowisc,i read on another post somewhere that youve used and liked the drs2 Phoenix.I wondered how this matches up to the sebatron particularly on ac. guitar ,shakers,fuzz electric,vox.cheers julian
 
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