You can record any external source using the aux-in function and you can use effects in realtime provided the 'settings' functions are properly enabled.
It does recognize usb/midi and you also have to enable it on the same setting menu.
if you want precise answers to precise questions, just ask or email me and I'll gladly answer.
it sounds real good and uses very little cpu power because the emphasis is on sound and not on a fancy GUI or a fancy super-useless multi-effect (ie: it isn't reaktor -although I do respect reaktor and tyhe concepts behind it)
there are lots of tips at http://www.audiomulch.com
and you'll realize there the software is quite cheap. Actually, since I use it so much I did buy a license; my only regret being it isn't open source.
posted by: ddn+ on 2005-02-15 00:34:06
view other comments
posted by ddn+