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    Hi everyone. I'm just curious if anyone has one of these hard disc recorders (the D-108). If so, how do you like it? And what are you using as a mixer? Anybody using the Fostex VM200 digital mixer?

    Peace, Jim

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    Hey Jim,

    I dont have that model, but I do have a Fostex FD-8 with 250/Zip Drive and I really love it. It has the mixer built in. The main reason I chose the Fostex was simplicity. Also it does not compress the data.

    Jimmy

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    Hello again Jim

    Thanks for the reply to my posting in Newbies...

    Regarding the D-108 i`m sure it is like my VR800

    8Trk simultaneous Digital Recording via ADAT Optical, 16 Additional Tracks, SCSI Port to add extra drives/zips/Jazz etx, Non-compressed Recording at 44.1KHz, Copy/Paste Functions, Track Exchange, Audio Scrub, Digital Track In, Word Out & ASYNC, MTC Slave, MIDI Clock&SPP Out & MMC, 99 Locate Points stored in memory, Variable Pitch Recording, 99 Song Programs....

    As for the VM200 - I think it really rocks for the very Basic Stuff I have been doing on it since I got it.
    Motorised Faders, 32-bit processing, Direct Pan and EQ for each channel, 4-Band Parametric EQ on 16 input channels, 2 integrated DSP Effects processors.....

    Seems to be easy to use (apart from getting the MIDI to work!! :-}

    Ivan Flack

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