Here is a recording I did last night, I tried DPA's HMA5000 directly into the FF800, then I tried to run Apogee MiniMP and then MiniMe thru HMA5000 which was set to 0dB. Microphones is DPA 4003.
The interest in this topic seems to be so bad, so I delete the files
Hi. Is anyone using this? Is the latency workable for overdubs? I would be using it with a MacBook and Logic Pro 7 (along with the Mini-DAC). I want a High Quality portable setup capable of making field recordings and to be able to bypass the preamp/converters on a studio that I work which has a Yamaha OV1. Thanks
I use an Apogee Mini-Me which has great converter but the latency is awful.
Using it with guitar rig, even when putting the lateny to 5ms it is much more!
And after playing a while it is even getting worse! Interresting?
Am about to step my home studio up to 24/96 and my choices are:
1) DigiDesign 002
2) Apogee Mini-Me coupled with M-Audio Firewire Audiophile & M-powered Pro Tools
This is something I'm just a little curious about.
I use an Apogee Mini-Me for everything. When I use any of my newer mics I never hear any hum. However, with a twenty-five year old AKG C-34, or an eleven year old U87 there is an audible hum unless the Mini-Me is earthed (using an AT4060 pwer supply).
I have the opportunity to buy 2 brand new Apogee MINI MPs for $899.
I was thinking about just buying a quadmic for my 4 channel location recordings for $489.
What is a better deal in this case.
Has somebody tryed the MINI MPs.
I have the octamic already so quadmic info is not needed.I know how it sound already.ANd I am very happy with it.
I'm very interessted to record in good quality a piano with a matched pair of KM184. I need only 2 channels, no D/A, no Midi - only good piano sound. My laptop: Centrino 1,5 XP, USB and Firewire Input.
Is it just me or is the Mini-Me built like cheap crap?
I've been using mine a lot over the past three months, and now the gain knobs are crackly, and the monitor knob is beginning to act up as well. The cheap silver paint on the body should have been an indicator, but I never expected this.
I really like the Mini-Me, but this is ridiculous.
Hello everyone. This is my first post, but I've learned so much from you people over the last few weeks, so thanks!
I've seen a couple of posts elsewhere about the Apogee Mini-Me where users complained that their preamps are a little on the noisey side. Would users here agree that this is the case?