With an AMD 1.6 GHz, the Creamware Pulsar 2, 400 GB HD and 512 MB of RAM, it turns niquel ... has turned dj flawless there are 10 in Win 3.1 ... therefore not be inquitude for it.
The config is perfectly stable, and the software gives full satisfaction in its existing functions. It is a form of twelve o'clock squenceur partition which has the advantage of being standard ultra-simple. No need for manual or knowledge other than the music take control.
on the other hand, it has some major default:
- No management of the layout and printing
- A single MIDI port possible (so this app is limited to 16 channels!)
- No management of triplets (it can be done, but by cheating)
- No management BEYOND THE sixteenth notes. The triples do not exist.
- No glissendo between 2 notes can be entered notes mouse
- No partition management or chord SPECIFICATIONS (drums, guitars, bass, etc. ...). It is mandatory to use a standard partition.
- Cls C of unknown
I use it for 10 years, in other soft complments much more powerful because he, at least, is not a factory gas!
Issue price, I can not our answer, I do not remember, and I do not think this software is still said ... is there only one replaceable? Certainly, but it must be something more complex ...
This software has the advantage of not cluttering up our automatic arranger Systmes or other automatic dialing or assistance ...
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tequila_62's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I also had this app since Win3.1. It supports all versions of Windows XP and win up to my various configs. Unfortunately I lost it recently from a hard drive crash.
What I like about this software is that you could easily change instrument.
It is used because it is easily executable.
In fact the installation decompresses files in a folder, which means it does not change the Windows configuration can for example be stored on a USB stick ... and start on another microphone!
I used it on a PC 486, 128MB, Windows 95, internal sound card and it works just as well with my old Pentium IV, 256MB, Windows XP, SoundBlaser card!<br>No problems with compatibility or stability.<br><br>First used version 1.12:<br>it displays neither the triplets, or triplets, but it gets around this by entering values in the Midi notes (they will be displayed as crooked or double but it works very well).<br>Backup specific format. SGN, which retains all the options, or Midi 0 or 1, with losses sometimes options ...<br><br>I installed 4.00, Audiofanzine thank you for the link!<br>is always executable, it shows the triple, triplets, and it integrates the trigger. WAV files in the partition!<br>SGN backup or Midi 1, but more in Midi 0 (we can open the file in version 1.12 and convert Midi 0).<br>2 versions at installl:<br>"16-bit Windows 3.1": 1 track trigger WAV<br>"32-bit Windows 95/NT": 2 tracks trigger WAV<br>I recommend installing 16-bit is more stable and does not crash unlike the 32-bit ...<br>
I use it since my first PC, it came with, which made a few years ...
I like its simplicity, ease of use and implementation, improved version 4.00, although the interface is not perfect.
No specific notation battery or guitar tab.
Ability to record from a MIDI instrument, which is handy, and enter / edit all parameters midi notes.
Excellent prog, I use it as a drive south, to some tracks and trigger my Alesis DM5 drum module.