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i have been using the digi 001 in my home project studio now for about 4 weeks and i can honestly say that i am totally impressed with its power to produce high quality demos. verbs, delays, compressors, eq's, and many more pluginsall at your finger tips in real time. i have been recording demos for a friend in orlando and the quality is great. just add a good condenser mic and some talent. and you have a geat demo.

rj salicco

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anonymous Sun, 11/04/2001 - 17:17

I've got to agree with you here - I purchased my digi 001 in February this year, after using Cubase for more than 7 years.

I've never looked back, the PT interface has totally hooked me, it really syncs in with the way I work, and I have produced more finished product (finished of course being in the eye of the beholder) than ever before.

I now only use Cubase for its Rocket Power features - everything else is Digi 001/PT orientated.


Opus2000 Sun, 11/04/2001 - 18:15

I'm going to be the pessimist here!! I moved on to Nuendo due to the fact that I know I will want more than 24 tracks to play back at once..also knowing that I might want to expand my audio hardware or go with something different down the line without having to buy/learn another piece of software. I agree Pro Tools is definately a solid interface but LE is way too limiting for my needs. Also I was a Cubase user long ago and always stayed with that since it was a great interface...ok..more ranting...I dont want to give Digi any more of money thatn they! Just kidding mon!!