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Published on 02/16/12 at 14:44
No Windows 7 64-bit, quite a problem.

Much of the problem is resolved by changing the properties of Tracktion and giving it the "powers" administrator.

Set Tracktion with high priority or real-time windows.

In Tracktion use the Real Time mode and 64-bit and if you have multiple CPUs that do not give it MAX -1 or 2 cpu's. Example of I7 was 8 cpu's that they are granted 6.

The manual is clear but not in use the amenities at Windows 7, and Tracktion runs rough when you do not understand why it does not react as the manual explains. Taking precautions énnoncées above everything falls into place.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Core I7, 8 cpu's, 4GB RAM, 500 GB disk.
Perfect if properly adjusted.
It is stable

OVERALL OPINION

for 1 month and 2 years with Tracktion 2.

Yes I tested: ACID 8, CAKEWALK Music Creator Pro Tools M-Powered, Reaper

This is the most user-friendly and Easy to use, import of vst's and reconfig of control surfaces is easy. The interface is very intuitive.

How would you rate the quality / price? Ecellent

With experience, you do again this choice? Yes
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