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MOTU Digital Performer 4
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MOTU Digital Performer 4

General Sequencer from MOTU belonging to the Digital Performer series.

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an21 an21
Published on 02/13/06 at 05:51
Installation nikel, put nice day 4.6.1.
Incompatibility is not even surprising!
It just happens, and the manual and well done, good "help"

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

IBook G4 1ghz 768 M-audio 1814

DP works superbly well, it requires little CPU compartment has Pro Tools.

Plug-ins home are terrible, especially the MW and the LORD preamp super efficient.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year, it is beautiful that logic months or cubase, but it is for sound and no image
The cool thing is that unlike Pro Tools, IT HAS NO DONGLE TO THE CON THAT WHEN THE FORGOTTEN YOU ARE WRONG! (And j'inciste!)

Price level quality, unbeatable, go find a cheaper squenceur as good as DP 4.6?

After, which is very practical in the long run, but not very intuitive for people who come in Cubase: this tool palettes running around and having fun window hide and seek, and drag n drop and company!

I would do the choice of tomorrow!

PS: This is the software used the Universit de Montral. I had classes on DP and c'tait terrible!
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