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Environment for audio development from AudioMulch

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AudioMulch AudioMulchPublished on 11/17/04 at 17:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Installation is no problem: we expect it.

Being given that this is a beta version of the machine is not finished but unlike what you would expect is the bte bcp + stable than most commercial software, and final version.

A manual in English it is almost impractical to read it to understand what are custom settings for each module and how they work: the 1st time the DLGranulator perplexing, difficult to understand the gibberish that gives this electronic effect quans we do not know the rgler.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

VAIO Pentium 700 Mhz 64 MB RAM + M-Audio Quattro operates a nickel!

Modules can be put in (watch the confusion of cables) can live sampler, automation to make...…
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Installation is no problem: we expect it.

Being given that this is a beta version of the machine is not finished but unlike what you would expect is the bte bcp + stable than most commercial software, and final version.

A manual in English it is almost impractical to read it to understand what are custom settings for each module and how they work: the 1st time the DLGranulator perplexing, difficult to understand the gibberish that gives this electronic effect quans we do not know the rgler.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

VAIO Pentium 700 Mhz 64 MB RAM + M-Audio Quattro operates a nickel!

Modules can be put in (watch the confusion of cables) can live sampler, automation to make sounds come out 100% original (sometimes we wonder how we could do otherwise!) And put the VST all azimuth for the VSTi you must use the REWIRE Because no shipping or playing MIDI note.

The modules are compltements Djante and make you want to get the srieusement Lectronic and this live.

OVERALL OPINION

Qq months since I use the livelooper can bite into sound card and the samples directly.

You catch yourself trying to make all the noise possible just to pass them in the modules bizarodes but no less musical and even a limit as the electroacoustic puts it
Durable.

I prfre Reaktor 3.0 + as many available for experimentation with automation Intgr and also from the perspective of the purse and beucoup uses less CPU and RAM.

For fans of synthse modular and click sounds and blip, really go for it! For now I have the beta version, but I'll get a ending for paid version ($ 50) without time limit.
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AudioMulch AudioMulchPublished on 11/02/05 at 09:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
To add,
I use this software for almost 2 years is a marvel
I have completely abandoned the commercial software that want to go in the direction of "modular" (I do not use a sequencer to mount)
I began working with pure data to expand the possibilities of modulation, but I am a firm of AudioMulch seen its great ergonomics and speed

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use it as a P4 2.8 MHz with an old laptop 333mhz
you just know how to set the greed of vst
in my case there is no vst plugin that did not work even grm tools.

OVERALL OPINION

I would do this choice every time …
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To add,
I use this software for almost 2 years is a marvel
I have completely abandoned the commercial software that want to go in the direction of "modular" (I do not use a sequencer to mount)
I began working with pure data to expand the possibilities of modulation, but I am a firm of AudioMulch seen its great ergonomics and speed

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use it as a P4 2.8 MHz with an old laptop 333mhz
you just know how to set the greed of vst
in my case there is no vst plugin that did not work even grm tools.

OVERALL OPINION

I would do this choice every time
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  • Manufacturer: AudioMulch
  • Model: AudioMulch
  • Category: Environments for audio development
  • Added in our database on: 02/23/2006

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