Sonic State Studio / Recorders / YAMAHA AW16G

Average rating: 7.7/10 out of 10

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mick dunne a hobbyist user from ireland writes:
I have the yamaha aw 16g and love it. I bought it because I seen one in action and loved the recording it made.But if anyone can help me I have a little problem. I'm not very technically minded and at the moment I can only select (say....reverb) for one channel at a time. I cant put it on 2,3 or 4 channels like i could before.I tried the manual but I dont know what im doing wrong. It's so frustraying and I know it must be something simple i'm doing wrong. I'd be greatful for any help. Mick :)

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Monday, 24-Jul-06 at 16:40
Vibe-One from usa writes:
Yo I've had the Aw16g for almost 3years and I've recorded three albums on it.It is very user friendly and has a great quality sound, I would just like to get some more fx & sounds in it there was a lot of room to add nore but I don't know how to go about getting them.

posted Thursday, 08-Jun-06 at 19:49
Matthew Bowman a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Great Machine. I like the interface. It has great effects, and the sound system itself sounds better than a lot of sound systems I have heard. I wander if it really has 20gigs, because I maxed it out, and I don't believe that it had 20gigs in it, it might of had 12 or 13 in it when it maxed out on me, but again, I may have had more stuff on it than I thought. I like the loop sampler, but when I try recording samples, it never works. This is very good for basic multi-track recording, great effects and E.Q, the editing features can be a pain at times but I am well pleased with this item. I hope to upgrade to the Fusion 8HD because of my need for an all in one studio, and for sequencing and sampling.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Saturday, 15-Apr-06 at 7:27
Sir Jackpipe a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I've had this machine for about two years now and I see they're closing them out and I just want to say that I absolutely love this machine !!! I'm still learning something new every time I use it and it never fails to amaze me as to what this thing is capable of once you start to learn a little about it. The manual is very comprehensive and takes you step by step through all it's features even though sometimes you do have to just slow down and think in a very linear, logical fashion to get it to do what you want but that is in no way the machine's fault, I'm just new to this and am learning more and more as I go along. I'm an older guy (43) who likes to get comfortable with a piece of equipment and even thogh there's already the upgraded version out, I think I might just pick up another one of these while they're still available just in case anything happens to the one I have. I don't have to have the newest toy and I don't like having to relearn how to do something every time they come out with something new (can you say "windows" version whatever !)so for an old dude like me I like knowing how to operate what I've grown used to and for most hobbyist users like myself, you'll never need more than what this machine is capable of, ever ! My advice is to get one at the low price before they're gone, you absolutely won't regret it !!!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Sunday, 18-Dec-05 at 6:29
Glen O'Keefe a part-timer user from Canada writes:
beside using sawplus, soundforge, etc.. on my computer this is the first digital recording i've done. I've only had about 2 hours of experimentation time with it and i've gotten as far as recording tracks, setting markers, it's very simple to use but if your new to this some things may sound tricky but just give it some time and you will soon find that everything about this machine is user friendly

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 03-Nov-05 at 21:5
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