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DSK Music DSK Brass [Freeware]
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  • DSK Music DSK Brass [Freeware]Published on 05/19/07 at 06:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Instalation easy, 35MB of samples, not bad for a freeware

    The software works very well

    I use it for + - 6 months, never had to complain, its quality level, so practitioners may find the brass realistic, as those who use it love it supports, and then everything is relative: it is very realistic for a FREEWARE!, when you hear what arturia brass for + -300 euro, personally I do not see a difference in the result, yes it can can be less subtle than typical real brass . Small black dot, if both engines have well thought out the ergonomics of the interface is the best aps must quibble. If there is one point I believe that everyone can agree on is that if the sound can sometimes be......
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    Instalation easy, 35MB of samples, not bad for a freeware

    The software works very well

    I use it for + - 6 months, never had to complain, its quality level, so practitioners may find the brass realistic, as those who use it love it supports, and then everything is relative: it is very realistic for a FREEWARE!, when you hear what arturia brass for + -300 euro, personally I do not see a difference in the result, yes it can can be less subtle than typical real brass . Small black dot, if both engines have well thought out the ergonomics of the interface is the best aps must quibble. If there is one point I believe that everyone can agree on is that if the sound can sometimes be realistic, they are very beautiful and very clear, even for solo instruments (indeed come the full range DSK) has noted some presets that combine instruments and effects for a realistic but its not always very cosmetically
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  • DSK Music DSK Brass [Freeware]Published on 08/18/08 at 12:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    There isn't anything cooler

    P4 2.4 ghz
    1GB Ram
    It works without any worries
    It is stable

    I have been using it for 1 month
    Very realistic rendering
    Yes, and even paying for
    excellent (freeware)
    yes
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