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MOTU Digital Performer 5
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MOTU Digital Performer 5

General Sequencer from MOTU belonging to the Digital Performer series.

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bigcat bigcat
Publié le 09/07/06 à 08:25
Problem-free installation and fast
no problem incompatibilitbr /> simple configuration
Retailer manual but very clear and perfect English so heavy that he saw around a thousand pages

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

G5 dual 2.3 Ghz 4GB RAM ECC
works perfectly with this setup even with several tens of tracks and plug in as many
Performance and quality audio hallucinations more for that price, not need a protools HD except for interfaces, plus it is compatible with pro tools interface, which is not my opinion a hazard ... so that you can make the choice to prefer his squenceur with these interfaces, so .......... It means what it means Dirr Dirr's point of view of its quality e. ..
everything is very stable and customizable, comprehensive and workable wish ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it every day for three months
I love everything about this software because almost everything is possible ... before I worked on Cubase SX and ProTools HD but my prfrer DP5 is given its value for money and performance.
I ressigne on ...
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