In designing the 1024 David Blackmer wanted overcome profusely those who were the limits of distortion in electronic, so has worked for years to develop this preamplifier to an excellent result. The frequency response is linear and much larger than many practitioners want! We can say that 1024 is quieter than many cables and that his bias is hardly measurable even for measuring systems!Four-channel unit, frequency response 2-100 kHz (Â± 0, 1B), 0.0001% THD (1 per million!) with 8V output, peak output 10V, noise-136dBV with 60dB gain, slew rate 22V/microsec., rise time 0.25 microseconds.
- All 8 oversized encoders are touch sensitive, bringing up mapping information and allowing you to ‘touch’ in automation data on DAW’s with a ‘touch’ mode.
- The 9th encoder is a unique ‘Speed Dial’ which allows you to instantly change the value of any parameter the cursor is pointing at, with no assignment needed whatsoever.
- Nocturn Keyboard is powered by USB saving valuable plug sockets. It can also be powered down without being unplugged, preserving battery power in laptops.
- 8 ‘softfeel’ velocity sensitive drum pads. Trigger notes and sketch drum patterns or assign to control software parameters.
- Velocity-sensitive, keyboard from Fatar, with assignable after-touch