Antelope Audio Zen Studio; The Difference Isn't Subtle

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Re: Antelope Audio Zen Studio; The Difference Isn't Subtle

Post by mojobone » Fri Oct 20, 2017 9:40 pm

Heh, bald tires are good enough, 'til it rains.
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Re: Antelope Audio Zen Studio; The Difference Isn't Subtle

Post by Len911 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:07 pm

or one of those defective air bags. You'll never know until you actually use it.
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That's sort of the way I feel about interfaces. Just give me a good old fashioned analog interface, I can use software and plugins inside my daw. I don't want algorithms substituting for real components, unless it is dirt cheap of course! :lol:
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Re: Antelope Audio Zen Studio; The Difference Isn't Subtle

Post by jonnybutter » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:34 pm

I can use software and plugins inside my daw. I don't want algorithms substituting for real components, unless it is dirt cheap of course! :lol:
I am guessing they spent their available 'bandwidth' on getting more plugins up and running rather than polishing the platform. Every review I read of the Zentour complained about lack of plugins! Well, there are quite a few of them now, and they are generally excellent, and virtually no latency when you record through them. Very fancy. I think you would enjoy them Len. A lot of fun.
Heh, bald tires are good enough, 'til it rains.
Yeah! I've had a couple slippery days, but things are running reasonably ok for the moment. Sometimes the platform still doesn't recognize the hardware for some reason. Usually a reboot fixes it.

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