Re: sound cards


Subject: Re: sound cards
From: WOTM (princess_v_444@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2005 - 20:22:32 EST


cool, thanks

--- "miriam clinton (iriXx)" <iriXx@iriXx.org> wrote:

> WOTM wrote:
>
> >Looks like M-Audio is a popular one...
> >This is exactly what I needed to hear. (some advice from professional
> >sound people, and not 'computer' people). I had a feeling I was
> looking
> >in the wrong place. Thanks everyone! I am going to check it out
> >Best,
> >Sandra
> >
> >
> >
> M-Audio isnt just popular... but popular because its solid and
> reliable.
> even the casing is more solid than its competitors - making it better
> for outdoor recording and/or performance. i used to roam about sitting
> with my quattro and laptop in cafes, working on stuff on headphones.
>
> the Firewire 410s, as Andrew reminded me - are the ones to go for.
> they're fantastic - came out about a year after i got my quattro, and
> dammit did i want one then. lovely, and fast. and very reasonably
> priced. a worthwhile investment.
>
> maybe someone should employ me to promote M-Audio?...... lol
>
> mC~
>
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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