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#1791779 - 05/23/22 05:33 PM VS users ?
YYZ Offline

Registered: 03/28/04
Posts: 526
Been a long spell since I graced this wonderful forum.

Are there folks out there still using the VS machines ?

Roland makes solid gear for sure.

I Been looking to buy a new interface and I'm shocked that even the mid level convertors can hang with the likes of Aurora 16 and such.

I'm so forever grateful to this site when I first started out on my VS2000.
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#1792223 - 05/25/22 11:13 AM Re: VS users ? [Re: YYZ]
reddog Offline

Registered: 04/10/07
Posts: 182
Loc: London, England
Hi there,

I'm about to start a new 'bucket list' project with my VS2000cd and have bought a Focusrite Scarlett OctoPre Dynamic and some new microphones.

I've no idea about interfaces and converters as I use the VS without a computer, although I do back up using the usb !


#1792746 - 05/27/22 03:15 PM Re: VS users ? [Re: reddog]
Liquidirt Offline
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Registered: 11/08/04
Posts: 18693
Loc: Albuquerque, NM
Hey YYZ,
Yes the VS products are very solid. I just switched to computer software recording about a year ago. I use Focusrite as an interface and it works well. Fairly cheap, under 100 bucks.

I was a little apprehensive on switching because the VS was all I used for recording. I'm very glad that I made the switch. Lots of enhancements made in the digital recording world that makes everything way easier than with the VS machines.

Anywho, good to see you around.
My wife just left me. Probably because I'm so insecure... Wait, she's back. She just went for a coffee, my bad...

#1797415 - 06/29/22 03:34 AM Re: VS users ? [Re: Liquidirt]
LarryG Offline

Registered: 02/04/00
Posts: 2895
Loc: FL
Hey, Liquid. So glad you posted.

Like you Iíve never used a computer for recording. Loved my VS1680, and then later my VS 2000 which I still have and use. Concerned about the learning curve required with going the PC route.

Since it sounds like youíre happy, could you share more of how it actually went for you when you decided to make the switch. Much appreciate your comments on this.

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