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«  Best compromise with a wind controller »

Publié le 08/17/14 à 01:12
Everything has already been said on the Fantom XR
I will not dwell on the technical features which have already been described
I focused on use with a wind controller Akai EWI and Yamaha WX

UTILIZATION

Through edieur it is quite easy to adapt the sounds for use with a wind controller
It is preferable to equip the card Fantom XR

SOUNDS

The structure and architecture of the Fantom XR sound is certainly one of the best for using a wind controller. It allows a perfect control over the sounds.
With the addition of sound banks programmed by Matt Traum (Mr Patchman) Fantom XR is the ultimate weapon for any user of wind controller. (Sounds like the brass, woodwinds, are among the most realistic I've heard, even better than on-7 lIntegra yet newer.
Lead synth sounds are also very powerful and péchus and allow for very expressive solo.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for over 2 years now and never get tired of using my EWI 4000S.
I even considered buying a Fantom XR second
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