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Discussion in 'Home Recording Studio' started by Dadocaster, Nov 19, 2017.
That's only a problem if you have a sticker with the words "ear broken use meters" on your forehead...
I have that sticker.
Lol, we all do and apparently you found the solution (the sticker on your HW)
I'm guessing thats a comp/limiter but I'm struggling to identify it.
That button on the right is for OPTO/FET so compressor it is.
Really?? Or are you just taunting the gullible?
Ok, so that's what it is. Thanks very much.
I'm not really in the market for a hardware compressor right now, but I noticed the web site says they accept various credit cards, but has no mechanism to buy anything. I was just curious to know how much it was. I'm guessing it's quite upmarket.
You could always ask Geoff.
Please do not post about outboard gear. It' upsets me.
You wanna complain? @TheDuck keeps posting with his Eleven Rack and I have this bad feeling it's going to cause my wallet considerable pain.
Well, I got mine. Just trying to minimize the urges.
At this rate AVID is going to owe me some commission money
To toss some fuel on this fire...brand new Eleven Racks can be had for cheap off EBay. Folks would byy them just to get the ProTools license and sell the Eleven Rack hardware. They would essentially get ProTools of free. The Eleven Rack is perfectly functional with any DAW...you don't HAVE to use Pro Tools. There is also a windows application you can get (from Avid) that lets you configure the Eleven Rack through software if that is your preference. It presents the same UI that comes up in Pro Tools. Or...you can use the fully functional panel of knobs and button.
I paid $300 for mine. The going rate now seems to be $329, but that's with free shipping (probably only to the US though).
@BallisticSquid is right, however ..... the Eleven Rack Editor is available for both Windows and Mac, and its similar to the pop up interface in older versions of ProTools. PT12 doesnt have that window.
If you want to get the most from an 11R, get it with ProTools. Yes, its more expensive, but well worth it. Unless you are a ProTools hater, in that case .....
Also, be sure to get V2 of the 11R, so you get the expansion preloaded from AVID.
Got mine for well under 300, use the editor and store/name presets for songs I work on. I am not a ProTools the product hater, but I do not care for the excessive expense and practices associated with being a ProTools user.