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MOTU Digital Performer 2.7
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MOTU Digital Performer 2.7

General Sequencer from MOTU belonging to the Digital Performer series

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seb c'est bien...seb c'est bien...

MOTU Digital Performer 2.7Published on 10/18/03 at 18:11
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On the Mac, no problem, c is nikel.
Some problems (error nX) probably due to the extant but nothing very very serious (ca cutting software, so I lose everything I have if I do not save him, but is c).
Manuel clear enough, is to dive is c, but c is well explained ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

G3 333 MHz with 128 RAM, c is very short (the analysis of the audio is fairly long but well ...)
but c is the first software that I've used and c is really the best compromise between ease of audio and MIDI, and fast ... (Comparison: Protools (+ fast but the audio bof for MIDI, Cubase, so I begin c is not very simple, but c is not as easy as DP)

OVERALL OPINION

J uses the last 4 years in...…
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On the Mac, no problem, c is nikel.
Some problems (error nX) probably due to the extant but nothing very very serious (ca cutting software, so I lose everything I have if I do not save him, but is c).
Manuel clear enough, is to dive is c, but c is well explained ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

G3 333 MHz with 128 RAM, c is very short (the analysis of the audio is fairly long but well ...)
but c is the first software that I've used and c is really the best compromise between ease of audio and MIDI, and fast ... (Comparison: Protools (+ fast but the audio bof for MIDI, Cubase, so I begin c is not very simple, but c is not as easy as DP)

OVERALL OPINION

J uses the last 4 years in DP and I am completely satisfied, I would do the buying ss pbl ...

Only drawback: Mac is great but if c is a pbl, must resolve itself because c is not very helpful too I can not go to DP 3.0 or above, the configuration already just my (G3), plugins are quite rare ...
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  • Manufacturer: MOTU
  • Model: Digital Performer 2.7
  • Series: Digital Performer
  • Category: General Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 09/27/2002

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Other names: digital performer 2 7, digitalperformer27, digitalperformer 2 7, digital performer2 7, digital performer 27, DP2.7, DP 2.7

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