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    Sound designer for video games
  1. +1 here too. Having a "fader flip" option in advanced mode where the front panel knobs become the trims would be most useful to me as well.
  2. Nic, Would you be so kind as to confirm that in advanced mode we will have full control over mic gain (trims)? There still is a little nagging doubt in my mind that this could be the case. The manual released yesterday appeared to be slightly contradictory on this specific detail. Also, if recording at 24/192, are we still able to record a stereo mix in addition to four iso's? It would be amazing if so. My main usage is just for recording sound effects. Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to questions.
  3. Thanks Mike. I believe you're right. In my haste I missed that portion in the text of the manual. That sets my mind at ease a bit. Really curious to hear what they've done with the pres and a/d for these.
  4. I just preordered one through Trew. But after reading the manual on the SD site I'm a little concerned (perhaps needlessly so). It appears that you cannot set the trims as one would normally expect, and your "gain" control simply is a send level to the internal mix bus. Others have already mentioned this in the thread. What I'm concerned about is how a situation where I'm recording super loud things like guns will work. Looking at it right now, I'm not sure how this would be done optimally. If I like the sound of the limiters, I want to be able to hit them and find a sweet spot. I'm not sure I like the idea of the recorder adjusting automatically to a loud input. Is there any early Intel on how a situation like this would work? Might be too early, of course, to know. Thanks in advance.