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  • Anonymous

    Steinberg Cubasis VST 4Published on 01/07/04 at 20:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Simple instalation
    for my part, no comaptibilit with TERATEC dmx (see my info)
    easy config with the help of the pdf, no soucit
    Pietre manual pdf're all utility on the other hand.

    ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

    To config, see info
    the software works perfectly on my pc
    only problem is at c d ela limiting fonctionalits

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Good app, only preoblem lies in too functionalities limit (on some mm pa to fade in / out c shame, good May)
    rapor KALIT nice price

    for recording a dmo or otherwise, beginner I find it much vriament al using the manual MDF above
    good introduction cubase I find
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    Simple instalation
    for my part, no comaptibilit with TERATEC dmx (see my info)
    easy config with the help of the pdf, no soucit
    Pietre manual pdf're all utility on the other hand.

    ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

    To config, see info
    the software works perfectly on my pc
    only problem is at c d ela limiting fonctionalits

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Good app, only preoblem lies in too functionalities limit (on some mm pa to fade in / out c shame, good May)
    rapor KALIT nice price

    for recording a dmo or otherwise, beginner I find it much vriament al using the manual MDF above
    good introduction cubase I find
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  • ehmaehma

    Steinberg Cubasis VST 4Published on 06/02/03 at 05:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I essayb]
    I tried Cubasis VST 4.0, and much aa changed since the version 3.x.
    Dja, 48 audio tracks available (it was good).
    Installing large (as Wavelab, master unit and many other things) but it is 110 gt.
    For the configuration, it is (open all) but the manual pdf made me laugh (and sometimes absurd comic translation).

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I like a machine K6II AMD 400, 128MB and will (except virtual intruments, it is not either DCON is that 128 MB
    Little trouble with Cubase VST US_428 but it is known (see tascam forum).
    Performance is quite good, despite my scooter (so great on new machines).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Then for a time he thought users to non-…
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    I essayb]
    I tried Cubasis VST 4.0, and much aa changed since the version 3.x.
    Dja, 48 audio tracks available (it was good).
    Installing large (as Wavelab, master unit and many other things) but it is 110 gt.
    For the configuration, it is (open all) but the manual pdf made me laugh (and sometimes absurd comic translation).

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I like a machine K6II AMD 400, 128MB and will (except virtual intruments, it is not either DCON is that 128 MB
    Little trouble with Cubase VST US_428 but it is known (see tascam forum).
    Performance is quite good, despite my scooter (so great on new machines).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Then for a time he thought users to non-GM modules, XG, GS. We fi nally the choice to select the bank (if 0 or Ctrl Ctrl32 kes or 2).
    The piano roll can finally edit all controllers (it was time), if the Tascam US-428 was considered Fully 10 j'aurrai MMIS but good.
    A tip if you have a good map is a module XG, GS, and Sound are then go ahead because you will have almost total control)
    For once Steinberg ahead of its competitors (on since Emagic PC is Mac only). So with Wave Lab Lite 2 (vst please) bonus is not hsiter.
    If I had no US-428 I should comtent as a, but I'm going to evolve.
    If not I really t tonn from Steinberg.
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  • Modular JediModular Jedi

    Steinberg Cubasis VST 4Published on 12/29/03 at 09:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No worries on the CD balance and Roll!
    You just set the sound card but it's like in all apps!

    In a nutshell: no breaking balls at all.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Well it's not a sr but for beginners SX 2.0 as MIDI (audio in a little less!) Did the trick trs, trs Personal I am happy and I laid things with more than adequate!

    Trs stable for me when I had my delta audiophile 24/96 (now with me is ANALOG)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used some time it is to start with MIDI and computer music especially for the price!
    We must not expect any of the above complex or something a little headlock as Cubase SX.
    Before taking the head with an SX, to buy (which is quite expensive) or…
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    No worries on the CD balance and Roll!
    You just set the sound card but it's like in all apps!

    In a nutshell: no breaking balls at all.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Well it's not a sr but for beginners SX 2.0 as MIDI (audio in a little less!) Did the trick trs, trs Personal I am happy and I laid things with more than adequate!

    Trs stable for me when I had my delta audiophile 24/96 (now with me is ANALOG)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used some time it is to start with MIDI and computer music especially for the price!
    We must not expect any of the above complex or something a little headlock as Cubase SX.
    Before taking the head with an SX, to buy (which is quite expensive) or the download (even worse!) Think more simple.
    In any case it is not the best squenceur that will better music!
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  • Anonymous

    Steinberg Cubasis VST 4Published on 12/01/03 at 23:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Concerns for the sounds of my config

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Compatitbilit mconnue between Interface Keyboard Yamaha - Tascam US 224 - Cubase VST 4

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 1 month
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