MESSE09:SMPro Audio VRack Packs In The Power

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

No flash plug

4:41 mins

Buying Choices
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.
  • 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
  • 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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