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Eyrolles Programmation rythmique avec Cubase SX
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  • WolfenWolfen

    Eyrolles Programmation rythmique avec Cubase SXPublished on 12/19/07 at 02:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this book 3-4 years ago when I was looking for information on programming at the hand of drum parts in MIDI. I was super disappointed ...

    This book is the true face of foutage. Already, half of the illustrations and comments are talking about Logic, while "Cubase SX" is the title of the book! It really is a serious fault, since those who have purchased this infamous dung complain indication of Logic, Logic, and those who will not buy ever ...

    Then, inside is a beginners book frankly oriented, and some guidance concerning the rhythm programming tricks come down to 2-3 very basic to look actively.

    The best of the best for MIDI files included with the book on CD that are real…
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    I bought this book 3-4 years ago when I was looking for information on programming at the hand of drum parts in MIDI. I was super disappointed ...

    This book is the true face of foutage. Already, half of the illustrations and comments are talking about Logic, while "Cubase SX" is the title of the book! It really is a serious fault, since those who have purchased this infamous dung complain indication of Logic, Logic, and those who will not buy ever ...

    Then, inside is a beginners book frankly oriented, and some guidance concerning the rhythm programming tricks come down to 2-3 very basic to look actively.

    The best of the best for MIDI files included with the book on CD that are really unnecessary and ridiculous, and the Annex to the end that talks about different styles of music rhythmically very approximately.

    I do not recommend this thing to anyone, and it's a bit expensive as a paperweight. I well remember being disgusted when I bought this book. If you care about, buy a drum method, it will give you ideas of sequences to be programmed even if you are not drums at all.
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