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Musicalis BigBoss 2001

General Sequencer from Musicalis

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Musicalis BigBoss 2001Published on 02/02/04 at 08:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Does someone can tell me what he thinks of the software BIG BOSS musical, as
sequencer and arranger??
thank you

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

What type of machine can run big boss?

OVERALL OPINION

Ras
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BercekerBerceker

Musicalis BigBoss 2001Published on 01/08/05 at 22:03
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Installation no problem quickly and fawn.
- No big port configuration from the MIDI and after a roll

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

C'tait if possible on a Palm or a Game Boy gnration first he would turn without problem.
With a 90 pantium it runs without care.

OVERALL OPINION

Personally it was my first sequencer of Atari and I bought it on PC.
Quality
- Trs simple for those who want to make music without the complicating
- All is clear and accessible Fawn in French.
- The arranger seems pretty clear and simple.
- Software anorexic it consumes nothing, a diesel.
- The instructions

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- It gre him even channels are noon to 1. galre will have when using it on...…
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- Installation no problem quickly and fawn.
- No big port configuration from the MIDI and after a roll

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

C'tait if possible on a Palm or a Game Boy gnration first he would turn without problem.
With a 90 pantium it runs without care.

OVERALL OPINION

Personally it was my first sequencer of Atari and I bought it on PC.
Quality
- Trs simple for those who want to make music without the complicating
- All is clear and accessible Fawn in French.
- The arranger seems pretty clear and simple.
- Software anorexic it consumes nothing, a diesel.
- The instructions

Default
- It gre him even channels are noon to 1. galre will have when using it on other software.
- The tempo is not pras prcis is 1 in an ex: 120 => 121, 120.5 is not possible.
- VENT The twelve o'clock is too small.
- Audio must be forgotten
- Due to a simplicity it can give a bad habit if wanted go to Cubase.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Musicalis
  • Model: BigBoss 2001
  • Category: General Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

We have no technical specifications for this product
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