MESSE09:SMPro Audio VRack Packs In The Power

Successor to the VMachine - more of everything      06/04/09

No flash plug


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4:41 mins
The SM Pro Audio people are on a seemingly unstoppable product release schedule, we're just seeing the VMachine hit the stores – its a little computer in a box that runs plug-ins and virtual instruments with an LCD – enabling portable virtual instruments, for those who don't want to take the CPU on the road. The V-Rack takes the same concept but adds more power, more memory, more outputs and more connectivity for more of everything. It also allows the user to upgrade RAM and HD.
    Features
  • Intel Core Duo 2.66 GHz processor
  • 2 GB RAM (up to 4 GB)
  • 8 GB flash memory
  • S-ATA connector for hard drives
  • user can easily upgrade
  • External hardware host for Windows plugins (VST instruments and effects)
  • Banks, presets (incl. chaining, layering, splitting) can be edited with the V-Machine or the host software
  • Create synth layers and chain them with effects
  • Connect nearly every MIDI-Controller to the V-Machine
  • Multiple VSTi's can be combined
  • MIDI learn functions included
  • All effect and synth chains can be switched very fast for instant playing
  • USB-Ports for external peripherals
  • Use software samplers and stream its content from any USB drive
  • sensor to adjust the display's contrast automatically
    Connections
  • 4 unbalanced inputs
  • 2 balanced inputs
  • 2 instrument inputs
  • Digital I/O (S/PDIF)
  • 2 balanced outputs
  • 2 unbalanced outputs
  • adjustable headphone amplifier
  • LAN connector
  • 4 USB Ports
  • USB to Host connector
  • MIDI In port
Available in the Summer But wait, if you go to the SMPro Audio website, they are already touting a new V-Rack XL – I just cant keep up
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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
JackLemon    Said...

DEATH to receptor . Hah

Aussie innovation ;)

06-Apr-09 08:24 AM


colony    Said...

DEATH to receptor . +1000

08-Apr-09 04:03 AM


Nick B    Said...

Hey guys, thats not nice - whats wrong with receptor? They've been around a while and for a long time the only way to do this kind of thing.

Good luck to SMPro Audio but I suspect that Muse had much more experience with authorization and the like which does count fo a lot.

08-Apr-09 04:21 AM


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