Swissonic MDR-2 Mobile Digital Audio Recorder - 44.1kHz WAV/mp3 stereo recorder with built-in 128Mb flash memory (up to 2 hours of mp3 recording). Card slot for SD cards (16Mb-2Gb) or SDHC cards (4Gb). Built-in stereo condenser microphone plus 2x 1/4" jack inputs for external mic's or guitar and line signals. 1x 1/8" jack headphone output, 1x 1/8" jack line output, integrated mini speaker (0.2watts/8ohm), USB 2.0 interface. Recording formats: WAV (8/11, 16/22, 32/44.1kHz) and mp3 (128kbps). Playback formats: WAV (16,32 and 44.1kHz) and mp3 (32-320kbps). Frequency range: 20Hz-20kHz. Requires 2x AA batteries (for up to 5 hours of recording or 6 hours of playback with headphones). Includes external stereo mic and USB cable. Optional USB DC adaptor (5V) available. Compatible with Windows (XP and Vista) and Mac OSX. Headphones not included. Dimensions: 155 x 85 x 30mm. Weight: 200g. Colour: Silver.
DS-10 Dominator wrote:I think a compressor is a bit senseless on DS-10 output, because you're only compressing the master channel that way. You can't make the bassline or any other sound fatter separately. You will only be destroying the dynamics of your song. And on top of that DS-10 sounds are already compressed and limited heavily when played loud, that's why there is no meter that can go in the red (digital clipping) in DS-10 and why the output looks so full if you see it in a waveform.
But if anyone can prove me wrong than upload a comparison .
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