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winnie86 winnie86

«  not good ... »

Published on 01/28/12 at 01:21
I use the more ...

GETTING STARTED

too many bugs ....
always led to reinstall the drivers
better to have a cracked version better than buying a similar m ****!
even the manual: 2 pages ........... is contracditoire! he said suddenly install software before, after page he says the opposite!
I believe that they are advertising for or tracktor serato? ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Now I turn on mixvibes mackie d4 pro with no problem ..!
made of same or other sound card minimum quality crush Finger in the Nose mk2 this is a commercial success but a technical fiasco!

OVERALL OPINION

c is for lovers ... and yet also have the right to have fun they tear s enough hair to work! ... I'm not the only one to complain, I know a lot in personal ...
ca bug often and especially when you mix in public -> trash!
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