Kristal Audio Engine [Freeware]
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tofe 06/22/2005 Kristal Audio Engine [Freeware] : tofe's user review


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No problem, think before Asio4All install if you have a basic sound card, it allows rduire latency reasonable values.


Test 3 Configs (with an old laptop with 190 Cléron 500 MB of RAM, even if just a little!). The software does not crash, there is an indicator of resources, which shows the resources used by the number of tracks and the number of Vst utiliss. Sets the latency is from the config menu, if one has Asio4All install before, if one goes down too low, it cracks!
On a Duron 1300 with 256 RAM no pb, for cons I've never used more than 4 tracks, so I do not know what happens with the 16 tracks, you can add Vst Freeware (2 max per track) .
is easy to use is quick, see link to the tutorial a little lower.


I use it for 6 months is an excellent solution for those who want to be an ide of Mao, without investing a lot (basic sound card Krystal + + + asio4all various Vst Free). Too bad we can not import mp3 (you can use Audacity to convert mp3 to wav tracks).
Here is a link to a tutorial rather well done:

While this has probably nothing to do with Cubase & co, but it allows the musician lover register on several tracks and make a nice piece without using software crack.
I think Magix Studio 2005 to evolve quite rapidly (40 euro, shipping included in street trade!), For more functionality and MIDI.