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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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piergynt piergynt
Published on 11/17/04 at 19:08
Problem-free installation, supplied with a manual Franais pais ... it's very practical.
Super simple setup

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

On an iBook G4 1Ghz and 740MoDDR, the software makes the most of my computer and I can use it everywhere, not like Pro Tools, ...
As against a small problem: there is not really intuitive manipulation to release a mix weaves in stro ... but it's not rocket science ... with the manual just has a quick and rponse RCIS.
Laurent DeWilde DP only uses for these electro albums ...
http://www.musicrun.com/interviews/dewilde/dewilde.php3

OVERALL OPINION

2 months of use and still no problem ... plugins are really well done and for the price, it is a good choice among the trs squenceur premium.
exprience with this choice I would do even if I plan to have ProTool will soon ... I find that to transport his computer and that's an advantage ...
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