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Tobel Tobel
Published on 12/13/05 at 14:26
Installation: Easy!
Setting: natural!
Manual: useless!
Intgration (with E-MU 0404): Perfect!

Basically, the ergonomics of this squenceur is so complete that everything happens naturally.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Configuration:
- PC Windows XP
- CPU 2.6 GHz
- 1 GB RAM
- 2 discs (80 GB + 250 GB Systm registration)
- E-MU 0404

The track management is simple and almost fun. The use of effects is a simplicity about the results dconcertante for quality of work (virtual racks). Any obvious.

A few crashes before the well paramtrer Systm (management interfaces, latency, paramtrages plug-in ...).

The edition is MIDI plutt basic.

OVERALL OPINION

Finally a squenceur which leaves us time to play to forget the computer!

His innovations in the field of use are truly exceptional. As a result, users presss take it for a basic product. Yet I'm still looking what it lacks ... It rpond 95% of the needs of amateurs.
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