ease of use is probably the biggest factor, but aside from that, there’s also the fact that all of the ancillary processing stuff (like reverb, distortion, etc.) is integrated now. and it all sounds great, as expected. not sure if the processing stuff is a 1:1 match to the original (I’m guessing not, since it would basically mean building, say, the RV7000 into the RE).diminished wrote: ↑08 Feb 2019I'm not asking to actually convince me, I was asking how would you do it. A.k.a. are there any reasons and features at all besides ease of use.
it’s another side of the same coin, I guess, but not having to worry about signal flow between devices is a big plus, and only having one device instead of many is another. if you have the original RDK, you can always use that too, if you need access to all the individual devices.
I think it’ll come down to preference and whatever process flow you like. for me, this will be awesome for quick and dirty (and mangled) drum work. if I need something more full-featured, and pristine, I can grab Addictive Drums.
gotta say though, on the whole, this is a pretty excellent device. and the promo offer for existing RDK owners is a really good deal.