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Akai DPS12 Digital Personal Studio (part 8)

Akai DPS12 pros and cons.

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Pros

  • Twelve tracks!
  • Removable media!
  • Lovely digital EQ

Cons

  • No insert points
  • No grouping system
  • No dedicated auxiliary returns
  • No proper monitor output
  • Clicky punch-in

Summary

Despite a few niggly problems, all of which can worked around, this unit has twelve tracks and you can record directly onto a removable Jaz cartridge. For that I’ll happily ignore any imperfections.

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By David Mellor Friday March 3, 2006
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