World Video Exclusive: Focusrite Saffire Pro i/o Reviewed

Shorn Rah and a couple of hot performers take a look      24/11/06
World Video Exclusive: Focusrite Saffire Pro i/o Reviewed
Go to it Shorn baby - the camera loves you

We trailed the Focusrite Saffire Pro 26 i/o review with a short excerpt about a week ago. Well now the wait is over, you can enjoy the first part of the review here. As I understand it, it's a world exclusive video review - we rock! I wont say anymore except that, with the help of world class session drummer Clive Deamer and ace voice over artist Toby Longwoth, Shorn as usual, has a blast. Watch and read here More From: FOCUSRITE
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MIKE DUPP    Said...

When I watch this video my pace maker reboots to SAMBA. What can I do?

27-Nov-06 05:46 AM


Jordaan    Said...

Unbelievable... I had written a length comment earlier about this review by Shorn which obviously did not meet the approval of the web masters. My earlier comments were directed at the lack of substance in this review of the Saffire - as Shorn will admit himself by advising you to "go to the store" or visit the manufacture's website for details. What I was trying to convey was my frustration with the complete lack of critical consideration that this video displays. Though I can appreciate the amount of editing and time invested in creating this piece, I'm disturbed by the fact that it fails to serve any immediate purpose beyond simple entertainment. To those users out there with an honest comment, do not waste your time to post it. Apparently they censor.

10-Dec-06 11:17 PM


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