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Access Music Virus TI2 Keyboard
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Analog Modeling Synth de la marque Access Music appartenant à la série Virus TI

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  • sonic75sonic75

    BEAUTIFUL

    Access Music Virus TI2 KeyboardPublished on 07/31/11 at 10:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Super very nice touch. Sounds obviously based electro / trance / Embiez.
    Very very wide range of sounds! (I did not count ...)

    UTILIZATION

    Access will not include damage still not a wheel "dial" for the selection of patches, one big negative point of this synth.

    SOUNDS

    THE synth for electronic music, it is not just for trance as some think, he also excels in style electro house embiez or chillout, with stunning effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a Virus KB TI2 before and I must say that the quality of manufacturing and assembly is still at the top in Access. I do not even talk about the sound quality is truly amazing. For me the best analog modeling synthesize…
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    Super very nice touch. Sounds obviously based electro / trance / Embiez.
    Very very wide range of sounds! (I did not count ...)

    UTILIZATION

    Access will not include damage still not a wheel "dial" for the selection of patches, one big negative point of this synth.

    SOUNDS

    THE synth for electronic music, it is not just for trance as some think, he also excels in style electro house embiez or chillout, with stunning effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a Virus KB TI2 before and I must say that the quality of manufacturing and assembly is still at the top in Access. I do not even talk about the sound quality is truly amazing. For me the best analog modeling synthesizer with Nordlead.
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  • Ghislain2bGhislain2b

    Access Music Virus TI2 KeyboardPublished on 11/20/10 at 11:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For technical specifications see the manufacturer's website.

    The audio engine is identical to the Polar

    UTILIZATION

    use in home studio only.

    I preferred a little more ergonomic knobs however is simple
    Finish: High-end strong!


    SOUNDS

    For sounds: As huge as the price!
    Digital (wavetable) at the VA: The sound is punchy.
    This machine is at ease in all registers: Bass, lead, cloth, FX .. A good versatile synth

    OVERALL OPINION



    Most.
    - Integration with Vsti noon and 3-channel stereo audio via USB.

    The least.
    - The high price
    - The chronic instability of the machine (and the Virus TI line in general). A good versatile synth
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    For technical specifications see the manufacturer's website.

    The audio engine is identical to the Polar

    UTILIZATION

    use in home studio only.

    I preferred a little more ergonomic knobs however is simple
    Finish: High-end strong!


    SOUNDS

    For sounds: As huge as the price!
    Digital (wavetable) at the VA: The sound is punchy.
    This machine is at ease in all registers: Bass, lead, cloth, FX .. A good versatile synth

    OVERALL OPINION



    Most.
    - Integration with Vsti noon and 3-channel stereo audio via USB.

    The least.
    - The high price
    - The chronic instability of the machine (and the Virus TI line in general). A good versatile synth
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  • Vilaa57Vilaa57

    To have in his studio

    Access Music Virus TI2 KeyboardPublished on 11/26/10 at 23:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    * What type of keyboard (synth, piano ...)? How many octaves?
    * What controllers (pitch, modulation, sustain ...)?
    * What connections (audio, MIDI pedals ...)?
    * How many sounds, effects? What styles? Are they edited?
    * Via a utility Mac / PC?
    * What is polyphony? ...

    See the website:

    http://www.access-music.de/page/render/lang/en/p/1/do/The_Virus_TI___Totally_Integrated_Synthesizers.html

    UTILIZATION

    * The general configuration is simple? Yes the setup is well thought

    * Editing of sounds and effects is easy?

    She asks the works when it comes to sound nothing is really simple .. But after some hours spent above it become

    * The manual is clear and sufficient? Yes very…
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    * What type of keyboard (synth, piano ...)? How many octaves?
    * What controllers (pitch, modulation, sustain ...)?
    * What connections (audio, MIDI pedals ...)?
    * How many sounds, effects? What styles? Are they edited?
    * Via a utility Mac / PC?
    * What is polyphony? ...

    See the website:

    http://www.access-music.de/page/render/lang/en/p/1/do/The_Virus_TI___Totally_Integrated_Synthesizers.html

    UTILIZATION

    * The general configuration is simple? Yes the setup is well thought

    * Editing of sounds and effects is easy?

    She asks the works when it comes to sound nothing is really simple .. But after some hours spent above it become

    * The manual is clear and sufficient? Yes very clear.

    *

    SOUNDS

    Sounds they agree with your style of music?
    Yes Electro - House - Club for my part, but agree very well for the prog trance etc. ....
    * Are they realistic?
    Yes very
    * Effects are they effective and appropriate?
    Yes
    * The expression is good? (Response to velocity, aftertouch)?
    Yes


    OVERALL OPINION

    # For how long have you been using it?
    3 months
    # Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Yes
    # What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Correct in the sense that the machine can do a lot of things, after Euro 2400 it's still a lot of money. But the investment is worth it.
    # Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Without hesitation
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