Sonic State Studio / Recorders / YAMAHA AW16G

Average rating: 7.7/10 out of 10

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Melvin Williams a part-timer user from USA writes:
I own an AW16G, but I lost my manual 101 which gave me a clear cut way to record to stereo tracks and burn to CDs. Each time I record a stereo track and look for it later, when it's time to burn a CD, it's not there, can someone tell me if I'm missing a step?

posted Wednesday, 03-Jan-07 at 23:4
Michal Glowa a hobbyist user from canada writes:
This machine has got to be the best on the market as is common with all Yamaha products. I had one problem and Matt from experts@samedaymusic graciously remedied it via return e-mail, he is one super pro indeed. Thaks to him I'm back recording...

posted Monday, 27-Nov-06 at 23:32
michal a hobbyist user from canada writes:
Ican burn only one song at a time,whenI click on next the same song comes up, but if I delete the song I have already burned the next one comes up oK to burn, I recorded 8 disks full of songs and had to delete each one after I written them to disk, what am I doing wrong, I'm 80 so things dont come too easily

Rating: 5 out of 10 posted Saturday, 25-Nov-06 at 17:15
RobSetz from UK writes:
I love my AW 16g. I find it really simple to use and anything more complax than basic multi-tracking can be easily acomplished with a little help from the manual, which is step by step and quite simple.

I've been using the machine for about 2 years and it's (touch wood) never given me any trouble. The recordings I have made on it have indeed been high quality, making use of the AW's excellent fx, eq's and dynamics.

The main reason I would stick with this and not opt for pc/mac with plugins would be that it's dedicated gear, never crashes, never glitches and mainly I can carry it anywhere and start recording up to 16 tracks simultaniously anywhere!

I'd be fucked without this baby.


posted Tuesday, 03-Oct-06 at 13:51
Clive Marks a hobbyist user from UK writes:
After many years of using analogue gear, I finally entered the digital age with the Yamaha AW16G, and have absolutely no regrets. I'm 44 years old and have always found digital gear a little sterile, and quite scary to use.The manual is slightly confusing, but hands on makes it so much easier. If you're thinking of trying it, you wont regret it.

posted Friday, 11-Aug-06 at 11:17
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