Bassman wrote:Congratulation for your decision. I can feel with you. For an non-pro like me, it's too expensive ... unfortunately. I'll continue torture my mouse
Fredo wrote:One comment on the DSP though. There is no DSP in Nuage, and the Hardware neither offers "real" DSP.
The No-Latency monitoring is the same Direct Monitoring you'll find in most of the ASIO gear.
And I don't know ,if it's clear to you that you can use any Hardware you like.
We were on MADI, and we haven't switched. We left everthing as it was.
That allows us to hook up any kind of Front End hardware we like.
Unless you need the hardware (which is of *great* quality), there is no *real* need to purchase them.
As both of you have desks in your website photos, I assume that's how you deal with the latency issue and you confine your controllers to mixing and editing duties?
Fredo wrote:Here's how our system looks like in the middle of a job.
And our front end
Keyplayer wrote:It's really interesting that absolutely nobody I know can actually USE the QWERTY keyboard slot that Yamaha provided. I wonder who was in charge of that measurement.
I was especially interested in your speaker placement. That's been a big concern for me.
I know I won't be able to swing the price of a fader pack AND a master section together.
Fredo wrote:Keyplayer wrote:It's really interesting that absolutely nobody I know can actually USE the QWERTY keyboard slot that Yamaha provided. I wonder who was in charge of that measurement.
They do fit nicely.
The thing is that the Nuage Master section is smaller than the Fader Section.
The small extention brings the Master Section to the width of the Fader pack, but no drawer is available.
Indeed, the one who came up with that idea ....
That being said, I am no fundamentalist who thinks that a keyboard and mouse do not belong on a Controller.
My keyboard & mouse are always there, and I use what is most handy, fastest or a combination.
The top of the HP monitors are 120cm (47 inch) from the floor.
The hight of the monitor (without the stand) is 37 cm (14,5 inch), and with the stand minimum 44 cm (
Midrange speakers are pretty easy to place, so are bigger speakers which are far away.
Our Meyer HD1's are really limit. But it works. And it works well.
I think you should try to get them both.
I'm not saying that one can't do without the other, but they complement very-very well.
The transport and monitoring section is what makes this a nearly "real" console.
Keyplayer wrote:That's the same KB as the one sitting on top of the console?
..... the cost of that little 8" blank panel to make the master section come out to 24" is flat out criminal!
So, IF I can manage it, it will be the fader pack and one HP monitor and I hope that my QWERTY KB will fit into that tight slot! If that works out well, I'll come back for the master section.
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