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Average rating: 5.0 out of 5
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TUK a professional user from Boston, USA writes:
If you have a midi set up, buy a PC1600. It's one of those pieces of equipment that just slips into your set-up, you don't realize how much you use it. Its not just an analog trance-jockey box, its a basic utility. In 2 years, everyone will have some version or other of this piece in their set up.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-21-1999 at 18:07
Dean Williams a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
I will make this short... this is one of the most important pieces of kit I own and I can guarantee that this will spruce up any setup. Buy one, now.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-28-1999 at 00:00
Anig Browl a hobbyist user from the Magellanic Cloud writes:
I have the 1600X, which has new software and one or two extra buttons. It took me a month to find it - just ask around to see who deals Peavey. Peavey have split up into different departments, so if you have no luck contact their electronics section and find a dealer. But this thing is so well made you could safely mail order. It's a dream. I can control ReBirth, Cakewalk, my Yamaha, my old analog Oberheim - *anything* with a MIDI port. Easy to program too - brand new patches in 20 minutes or less. Cool features like copying the settings of one fader to another, so that you only need to make a small change for each one. The buttons can transmit anything - sysex strings, notes, mute/solo...also you can set them to alternate between 2 different strings. At $350, it's a steal. If you have more than one MIDI channel and you're not using a Nord Lead or something else with a knob for *every* controller, then buy this now! Really, every synth studio should have one. I can't understand why the magazines don't rave about it more: must be something to do with Peavey's old reputation for low-ish quality. Ignore them and get this baby, it's a fantastic tool. The day I got this was the first time I got my music out my sequencer and onto cassette. I can't think of a better recommendation. Anig Browl

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:03
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