Ultra-simple installation, fits on a floppy disk, user manual consquent and enjoyable. Ncessite an antique "cl hardware anti-piracy" to work. 24-PRO III Steinberg does not planted as a: by against the computer (Atari 1040 STE) has much more rvl corriace and dlicat.
Compar what happens now is antdiluvien in performance! Nanmoins in home studio, I can only recommend. For all of the same, 24 MIDI tracks, locator, punch-in, patterns, quantization, for beginners, it is very enjoyable! I used an Atari 1040 STE with no hard drive, with a cut black and white and a MIDI IOT incorporated. It is the public Notore 1040 ETS crashed often.
Today everything is done far too complicated to know before using a software sequencer modern as to be hands on that old. The operating principle remains the same. And fawns all is the quality of your sound and your compositions that will always Difference: compltement your listeners do not care to know about how your software works compounds have t!
If I had not dsormais a splendid YAMAHA QY700 as a sequencer, I gladly rejoice with my PRO-24 III. The important thing is not the hardware, this is in fact!
Oulala, ca me back memories!. Indeed, it does not crash as AC, which is the most planted atari. I think all those who have been hands on, were very comfortable with Cubase and other apps out after. Dedicated solely to the south, it incorporates all the features found today (prog change, midi controllers, punch in and out, quantization, self quantizes, and I forget ...
For the manual, I do not know what to say, I got it in German (as hours spent trying to capture qqchose ...)
Could still have a place in a home studio filled with synth and drum machines, as it does its job ... this software still available starting in the south.
I do not know if it is installed on our modern machines ...
I do not remember the prox, but at the time, ca cost me a fortune!