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The android game has so a lot of bugs and it always wanting you to buy add ons and regardless of what amount your earning in method of pay rewards in the android game you are only ever offered something that you will need to buy with a credit card. So I only giving this 3.5 out of 10 ... verdict: Don’t waste your time search a better less buggy android game
I have had individual subscriptions to both of these magazines. I am so ancient, I remember when The Advocate came as a folded up newsmagazine, just like Rolling Stone. But, hopefully, better than my current problem to Rolling Stone, I'll actually read my printed versions of these dynamic duo mags. I already won a subscripts to the online ver of "Out's Advocate". I have not taken to reading magazines online that is why I'm trying the printed versions. It's really quite remarkable and sad the method the Globe Wide Web continues to destroy so a lot of businesses. On the one hand, its kinda fun being able to create your online travel arrangements. But when it comes to other media, like music, while I like the portability of Mp3s, I cannot acclimate myself to reading album booklets online. Same as magazines. Maybe we will learn that somethings need to retain a tactical experience. We still have to formulate digital manners, the few attempts to introduce some, have mostly gone unheeded. We still see Neanderthals speaking loudly on cellphones in public locations or simply ignoring cashiers as they check out. For the person who still ascribes exclusively to "creationism" while rejecting evolution, need only observe the primal behavior of man on their digital gadgets as they fumble in public.
I'm not sure what I expected when I picked up a subscription on sale for out magazine. Maybe lifestyle tips, melody or other culture reviews and insight, (which it did have) but the biggest chunk of it was just propoganda. 1/3 of the first problem I got was a piece titled '50 radical ideas for queer liberation' which just left a sour taste in my mouth. (Granted this was the 'stonewall issue' in June, so maybe future problems will be more interesting and less one sided) I'm sure this appeals to the majority of the lgbtq community, but to the guy just trying to hold up with the trends, it serves small purpose and leaves me disappointed.
Well i see now why it has such a high rating ...nope its nothing unique but it has a very clever method to obtain those 5 stars also very shady uninstalling u guys suck they will give you ad free for 24 hours but only if u rate them 5 stars....hey instead why dont you create an application thats actually worth 5 stars lazy just lazy and lowdown
This unit is very noisy. Bleed between channels. It’s even noisy in my PA when turned all the method down. My guitar never has noise when plugged into any thing but plugged into this mixer is constant 60 cycle hum. Returning
This is the first thing I've bought in years that I feel so confident in recomending to other people. The silver lining in having my home studio destroyed by hurricane Mike is being able to move my equipment into the 21st century. I required something that would give me at least 5 individual monitor mixes and be able to record with it. I required to replace my Yamaha AW16 digital recorder and Mackie VLZ mixer, Behringer headphone amp. The band is all electronic now with a fresh electonic drum kit so I wanted something like the now defunct Jamhub for rehearsing silently. Now that there are no trees or fences you can hear everything in the neighborhood. I love Zoom products, I have a handheld recorder, USB interface and bass pedal at the moment. This mixer is same quality of sound. My day job is as a house soundman for a little 450 seat theater. I could use this mixer easily for the theater work....plays, dance groups, speakers, smaller melody groups even. For my band it is amazing, we each have our own mix and the recordings sound great. If you wish to use this for live gigs I'd recommend adding at least a dual 31 band eq and/or a speaker mngt rack unit inline for the mains because there is no built-in eq, feedback destroyer, limiting or gates for your main outs... you can re-eq each channel in monitor mixes but it is limited in ability to squash feedback with no true parametric eq. It is not a street ready mixer but mine isn't going anywhere anyways. I want you could control from android device pad but maybe in the future they will modernize that. Best gear purchase I've created in years.
I am a videographer and often record live bands. I discovered I required a multi track recorder because the "house mix" was not doing the job. Now I setup the L-20 onstage and use 2 Behringer Microphone Splitter to split the signals to FOH and the L-20. This is ideal and I can use an iPad to adjust a stereo live eating a fresh mix in post production from the multi track recordings is really simple to do. Overdubs and remixes and intuitive and deliver amazing results without having to learn the ins and outs of DAW software.Durable enough with care and light enough for portable use I have powered the device with a 12volt 2 amp battery package on areas where AC power was e inputs are quite and deliver a amazing output level. The multi track recordings can be created with or without compression. There are 6 monitor mixes available if the band wants me to provide monitor n't say enough. Love this thing a lot. You will too.
I have had behringer mixers for over a decade. finally got to the best I could do on my latest one, which was the x2222usb, which is amazing mind you. those weren't digital, this one is. the sound quality is worlds better than the behringer ones. it records too, which is great. I have a tascam dp-24 so I run my equipment into the mixer then into the dp-24 for recording and mastering. the zoom is great, sounds great, but doesn't have any mastering capabilities, so the tascam will still be required and is amazing to run through that and into my monitors. the effects on this are amazing as well. there will always be poor troops of any kind of electrical gear, but the one I have works great. you can't use eq or effects in 96hz, which stinks, but it is no loss cause the 48hz sounds excellent. the eq can switch to each track by selecting the one to alter and then using the knob. don't know what the person complaining in other review was saying, maybe more gear savvy than me. I haven't found any problems with using eq or effects for individual channels. it is a digital mixer, so it will sound much better than og if that is what you are used to. for the price it is the most affordable digital mixer, so that is a plus. there is a compliance mode switch on the back, turn that off if you aren't using it with a cellphone or smartphone or something, and there is an audio interface setting on the back as well, that is the one you will use to record. it is a amazing addition to my recording and I finally feel like the sound quality of my melody has taken a huge leap forward
If you need a board that can mix a live present and record it in multi-track at the same time, this is your board. The pre-amps sound great, the recording was pristine, and the live sound was [email protected]#$%.
The channel EQ section of the console is Global. If you test to EQ a channel in the mains, it will also affect the monitor mix and vice versa. Never seen a mix console of this size, with this a lot of options, without at least 1 pre fader/EQ Aux. Tech help doesn't know anything about anything and could care less. Sending back. Too poor because this would have been excellent but, if FOH is mixing and it also affects the monitor mix, that's a recipe for a mess.