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  • thespiritoflightthespiritoflight

    Ueberschall Liquid Horn SectionPublished on 05/18/09 at 07:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Overall okay, is easily installed like any other VSTi.

    Nothing special to report at this level, suitable for most configurations.

    So it is unfortunately part of the same concept in him that is most Devante, I would say even more than it is a real disaster!

    The fawn-which have Uberschall this product is very Devante. They made us believe that LiquidInstruments enjoy a great ease of implementation and handling! Unfortunately, the truth is not nearly as promising. After spending some time on it, here are some observations that I saw when I tried some of CRER phrass brass "custom":

    -THE EDITOR:

    * It is impossible to play every note in each individual sample separately as tonality…
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    Overall okay, is easily installed like any other VSTi.

    Nothing special to report at this level, suitable for most configurations.

    So it is unfortunately part of the same concept in him that is most Devante, I would say even more than it is a real disaster!

    The fawn-which have Uberschall this product is very Devante. They made us believe that LiquidInstruments enjoy a great ease of implementation and handling! Unfortunately, the truth is not nearly as promising. After spending some time on it, here are some observations that I saw when I tried some of CRER phrass brass "custom":

    -THE EDITOR:

    * It is impossible to play every note in each individual sample separately as tonality as a virtual instrument with a library of normal samples.

    * There is no way controller patterns globally. This makes it totally impossible to get a solid groove in a sequence based on "custom". To change the pattern or groove, you must go to each Tone and try to manipulate by adjusting the squence individually. This leaves you imagine the galley when it comes to create a groin 20 sentences and move The elements of each.

    * There is no possibility of "GHOST KEY" (as Melodyne, for those who know)
    You can not see how other tonalites other phrases are played. You must use your ears to browse manually each pattern which has inflicted Xecuter rptitivement the "preview" for having wasted time RESULT crazy.

    * Move / displaces the pitch of each note separately is in a very good difficle mticuleuse and do not necessarily guarantee a RESULT satisfactory because in most of the time we can not even know where it is place on the grid.

    * No possibility to place the notes in a different order of play or even cut some of the notes or copy and paste to a different position. If you delete a note, one needs to "undo" to see it reappear.

    * Once you exit the editor, the clipboard (copy / paste) is lost forever. If you need to revert Previous configuration, you must reload the entire preset (Prior to the backup course)

    * There are no shortcuts or mouse functions "modifiers" to zoom in or navigate in the editor menus and buttons are really small. There is no "auto jump" position in a sentence, so it is very easy to "lose" when you zoom prs. In addition, there is no mini "locator" to return to the position or stops you in your playback and celuici rinitialise does not when you leave and come back in the editor. Somehow, he remembers the screen "empty" config departure.

    * IN GENERAL:

    -The wav files in mono (a will), it exports the waves in 32bit mono file joint stereo. There is no option in the standalone version to change it to mono.

    No multi-channel / sample export. When you use the standalone version and want to export the spare sentences, it must be done for each sentence. (Imagine if you have more than 10 different)

    -When the pitch of a note is changed more or less semi-tones, the sound becomes a way to alter distorted numriquement Sonnora losing its natural. If you do not want
    a distorted sound in this case you will need to make multiple exports of sentences for different tempos of the fawn that allows each note to ring differently. In few words, you never know what you'll get the final after such manipulation in an editor of such a design!

    "There is no way to aggregate the volume controller, pan, quantize, pitch and format for each sentence in a preset. Again, you must select each Tone and snap these parameters.

    "He does not even ask you if you want to save the preset when quit the program. If you are unfortunate enough to forget to save your preset with your sentences customiss well after having spent at least 2 hours to a few, you should start over from zero.

    In my case, I dropped carrement ... This product as such, is not worth any effort. It is a concept with a totally professionalism MISSING ... A veritable which is a mockery. Invitation, he forces you to use preset phrases libraries provided by default with the quality and usefulness remain in question, because there will be few people who are satisfied with these two, especially for price was worth!

    What a mess!
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