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BiasLighting.com is a division of Scenic Labs. Founded in 2009, we are the publishers of the Spears & Munsil Benchmark. Before that, our founders worked in the same industry and video calibration industry for another decade, publishing Digital Video Essentials. So, you could say that we live and breathe home theater reference standards in everything we do. Thanks to our specialty we have access to the domain expertise of some great imaging scientists, as well as some really cool lab tools. The bias light space has been a pretty sleepy affair over the last few decades. Aside from a few bright spots, such as one of our favourites -- the now-discontinued Ideal Lume (fluorescent) lights, most of the products on the market were either overpriced, cheap garbage, or overpriced garbage. We liked the accuracy of the fluorescent systems but wanted to combine accuracy with the convenience of LED's.
Steinberg 24 and Emagic Notator are much more capable than the Korg shit. Only Korg M3 and Krome have a score editor for midi tracks. Even the Kronos has no score edit. The touchscreen is a complete waste on that overpriced machine.
The ATEM 2M/E Broadcast Studio 4K Switcher was a 20 input 12G-SDI hardware switcher capable of 4K 60p. The frame was about $6,000, and the big panel was about $15,000. The 2M/E panel was released several years earlier, and a lot of people in the ATEM customer base thought that $15,000 was just way overpriced for a controller panel. But this panel was way ahead of its time.
On one of the biggest factors when it comes to purchasing anything these days is the price. At first when you see a monitor that starts at $1599 you might think that it is overpriced. Many users are not willing to spend that much on a monitor, but others will if it has the proper set of features. The Apple Studio Display is a 5K Retina screen. There are not many 5K Retina screens on the market today. There are a large number of 4K ones, but there is only one other 5K screen on the market, the LG UltraFine 5K.
NOW FOR THE C1's only major drawback: the price. Considering you can pick up an Amstrad PC for under £500 the C1 starts to look overpriced. So before you start quietly shaking your head or screaming, let me point out a few things.First off at somewhere between £2,600 and £2,700, its price is in line with a good number of the laptops currently on the market. If you want real portability and power, you've got to pay a premium. Secondly, this machine is very much a portable fully-specified MIDI system. You've got most of the interface options you're going to need, software, MIDI-specific features, and a very definite musician-orientation in one machine. For the money, you're getting a complete MIDI studio system and/or a MIDI performance controller in a package not much bigger than a briefcase. Think how much it would cost to put a MIDI interface, along with a few application-specific MIDI boxes (junctions, switchers, SMPTE converter et al) together.Given these features and the comprehensive functions of this machine, the cost really isn't out of line. It's just a little steep for the everyday user.
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