Sonic State Studio / Digital Mixers / YAMAHA 01V

Average rating: 7.0/10 out of 10

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Kevin from USA writes:
Sorry Mate it's True!

The 01v will take a BIG sound and make it tiny, you probaly don't notice it because you can't tell the difference between BIG or small sounds once your brain gets use the reduced 01v tradeoff of reduced sound quality for total automation, you also may not know what PHAT is as in DRUM! and I didn't know the silly slider automation would be unable to be disabled unlike the 02r etc, and become an annoyance, ;-) 01v sound quality gets a 5 out of 10, a changed from yesterday, great build but demo quality 4 track sound mine is for sale going back to the Mackie 16 channel VLZ for real studio work again been out of production since yammy ripped me off for $ 1500 dollars, its for sell for $1050 it's gotta go.

posted Thursday, 15-Mar-01 at 15:20
Nick a Professional user from UK writes:
Sorry mate, you must be putting tinny sounds in - it does not sound that bad - I use an 03D and release commercial products with it - it is perfectly capable of professional results.

If you don't want moving fader automation why would you buy this mixer - I can't take your comments seriously.

posted Thursday, 15-Mar-01 at 6:39
Kevin a hobbyist user from USA writes:
OH, forgot one other very important thing that really makes the 01v really useless as ( Pro ) sounding mixer is that there are NO effect RETURNS to fatten up your sound like analogs boards have onboard, and a highly irritating silly set of moving faders that gets in the way at every key press function, for a great looking digital mixer that sounds like a 4 trk cassette portastudio recorder without the cassette hiss. great for a cash strapped touring trailer mixer don't try to record Pro tracks with this puppy and show them to your friends, they may say "Hey great track" but under their breath they ask, "Did ya do it on a 4 track cassette? The sound just comes out sooo tiny!

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Thursday, 15-Mar-01 at 6:32
Kevin a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Yamaha 01v ( The True Assessment )

Technology 8 out 10 Garbage quality chorus and mant other Effects

Sound Quality ( 4 ) out of 10 mainly because of it's 4 track cassete sound quality

If you are willing to pay $1,500 to $2,000 dollars for sound to be reduced to a small 50% of what was originall input than the 01v is for you.

can't stand a machine that takes a fat sound and chop it in half to reduce the price of the unit.

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Thursday, 15-Mar-01 at 6:16
M Scott a Professional user from USA writes:
I have been using this mixer for about a year now and love it! It gives Clean recordings and even have a digital output...this thing rules! http://www.mp3.com/djdemonixx

posted Sunday, 04-Feb-01 at 21:6
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