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Creamware A16
Old 11th October 2002
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Creamware A16

Howdy. I'm currently running Logic 5 on a dual processor G4, with a MOTU 2408mk2, all clocking to an Apogee Rosetta.
I've been looking into adding a box to give me more audio outputs and have been recommended the Creamware A16, which gives another 16 audio I/O and apparently runs happily with the Motu.
Has anybody yet experienced this brand new bit of kit? Seen any test reviews or the like?
If it gives as good, or even better performance than the Motu, it could be at the top of my letter to Santa this year!
Any info would be gratefully appreciated.

cheers!
Old 14th October 2002
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.yuktyy
Old 15th October 2002
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🎧 15 years
Does that mean you like it jules fuuck


Al.
Old 15th October 2002
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1 Review written
🎧 15 years
I think it just means he's got the lead role in Exorcist 9.........
Old 15th October 2002
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🎧 15 years
Lol!!!! rollz


Al.
Old 15th October 2002
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At least with you guys loafing around being "cool" or teasing your hair, I'm getting a CHANCE TO BE FAMOUS!

I might invite you to the premier, I might not!

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