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  1. [quote name='chris_b' timestamp='1452808919' post='2953790'] The BB2 will go much louder than any other 112 cab, including the Vanderkley. As Barefaced cabs are very good at putting out what you put in I'd suggest you could check your tone settings or check the cab by trying a different amp. I totally agree with this, I use a supertwin, it totally reproduces what you put in. Play AC/DC in and you get it back louder hahaha [/quote]
  2. If I had the dosh spare I would have it off you tonight. Alas
  3. Hello, I'm looking for an SWR amp, how do these fair? Ideally after a working pro 700. But this looks cool.
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  5. I'm interested. But I'm in West Yorkshire. Got an HA5500 to match it with.
  6. Ok. It might be Christmas time. Gotta convert the attic first
  7. [quote name='lowdown' timestamp='1445890083' post='2895129'] The Steinberg UR-22 is a really good fit for Cubase, always great reviews. Integrates with Cubase. Just plug the USB lead in and away you go. Cubase recognises and routes the channels for you. Also zero latency hardware monitoring, so you can run at high buffer (more plugs and synths). Very stable drivers, worth considering. [/quote] Cool thanks
  8. [quote name='lowdown' timestamp='1445890083' post='2895129'] The Steinberg UR-22 is a really good fit for Cubase, always great reviews. Integrates with Cubase. Just plug the USB lead in and away you go. Cubase recognises and routes the channels for you. Also zero latency hardware monitoring, so you can run at high buffer (more plugs and synths). Very stable drivers, worth considering. [/quote]
  9. I haven't bought one yet but I've seen a Roland one that looks really good, and also a focusrite one. I've several friends in the industry that use focusrite gear and like it.
  10. I'm going for elements 8 , as I'm only dabbling. It should run on my home pc just fine hopefully. Not only am I a born again bass player (formerly a drummist for 'ahem' years) but I've only had a computer since April. I know I know
  11. I'm planning on writing stuff and recording into it. Does that make any difference?
  12. Does anyone have experience of using cubase on a pc? And a Mac? Are they similar or is one better than the other? Cheers Andy
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