takze .. kukal som na nuendo konferenciu
http://forum.nuendo.com/phpbb2/viewtopi ... &start=100
dost sa tam pise o tom , ze v prvej faze zatial bude podpora pre OSX .. PC pride na rad az neskor .. je to zvlastne , lebo Vsetky ostatne produkty su na PC podporovane ..
a je tam dalsia zaujimava sprava :
The baby will be available at the end of this month for sure & the MC control will cost 1390?, the MC mix 960?.
este mozno toto moze zaujimat niekoho :
I've been biting my tongue long enough, and now I am finally free to speak. Euphonix will be updating their website very soon, but you can look at these new controller right now at the Sweetwater website. These are also featured in the newest "Sweetwater Select" print catalog that some of you in the USA might be getting via the mail.
Euphonix has been working on these for quite some time, and this obviously represents a whole new product range (and price) for Euphonix. I first "heard" about these early in 2007, completely rumor, like what many others had heard, but I did not know anything concrete (real info, details, and hands on) until late Nov early December. These controllers are very exciting and since I've seen them and very briefly worked on them (with Logic, not Nuendo) I must say that they are very, very cool! And with one exception, they were everything that I had hoped for...
The build quality is very good, and they feel very nice and professional. Not the quality and feel of the $16,000 main Euphonix "MC" of course, but very nice and better than others in this same price range... What they have done is manufacture this new line in China to keep the cost down to what they are... yet both the color touchscreen display and the "OLED" screens on the MCmix are of incredible quality. The best way to describe the detail of the "OLED" is to think cell phone display... each section above a fader represents 128x64 pixels in a small space.
Other details of note: You can take off the end caps and link up to 4 units together. Different from other controllers (like the Mackie units for example) is that there is no one central unit that you have to buy first... each one works independently. So the MCcontrol does not need to be purchased first (or even at all.) You can start with the MCmix, and add on to your same later with another MCmix or the MCcontrol later. You can of course only purchase the MCmix if that works best for your needs. The MCcontrol was designed for more focused editing, control and such... the MCmix give you the 8 faders instead of the MCcontrol's 4 faders, but still has transport control functions, etc.
So now the bad news... this product is released for Apple computers only. No PC support!
Euphonix's official word on this is Mac only, no current PC support and nothing to announce at this time.
They are doing a print and online marketing push (co-op advertising with Apple and Apogee) showing Macs with Apogee Ensembles/Duets/Symphony/AD16X/etc along with the Euphonix new product line. The idea is to showcase the "bling" of the three products lines working together. I have no official word or knowledge behind the scenes, but as an experienced person inside the M.I. Pro industry, I would say that there probably were official agreements made between Apple and Euphonix much like those made between Apple and Apogee with the Ensemble and Symphony products. However (and unlike Apogee) I personally believe there is nothing to keep these products from working with PC in the future. The people that I've spoken with (along with my own personal speculation) would be that we should look for PC support to come later in 2008... but again, and I'm not affiliated with Euphonix or Apple, so I am not liable nor knowledgeable or legally informed, etc. etc. etc. <grin>
What would be a great idea though, if you want PC support to happen sooner rather than later, is to let Euphonix know directly that you want to buy this product but cannot due to lack of PC support. E-mail them directly! Everyone who wants this on the PC should act on this and maybe we could see PC support at the earliest possible timeframe, rather than coming after the party is over, so to speak.
The Euphonix MCmix will be available later this month, in very limited numbers and supply. The MCcontrol will ship a few months later. Last I heard, the earliest seems to be March.
If you are on the Mac and want to preorder a MCmix to ensure that you'll be one of the first to get one... feel free to place your orders with your preferred dealer. Also, feel free to order one from Sweetwater. I would suggest directly contacting jeff_hollman at sweetwater dot com.
So all that said, does anyone have any questions?
co sem zatim cetl, tak se s pc podporou nepocita.. udajne je tam nejaka dohoda s applem..
je mozne, ze to casem uvolnej i pro pc, nicmene je to pouze spekulace, kterou zatim oficialne nikdo nepotvrdil.. rekl bych, ze to v dohledne dobe nebude..
osobne tenhle pristup nechapu
video z NAMM:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQbnPqim ... video.html
Cubase 4 to support Euphonix Artist Series
http://www.steinberg.net/540+M52087573a ... &tx_ttnews[tt_news]=302
http://www.euphonix.com/artist/news/rel ... 118_cubase
z toho usuzuji ze by to mel umet i cubase pro pc...
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