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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Features are pretty good. easy to use except when in song mode.

Price paid

$699

UTILIZATION

If worked on any workstation before this will be easy to work on.

so far none of my knobs and buttons fell off and i bought a demo.

SOUNDS

Quality is al good too. too many of th sounds are sampled like the guitars(most are riffs or chords) limiting the use of being creative using your own chords. more guitars, pianos, and strings should of been installed. the are no piano and no realistic guitar sounds. effects afe tight.

OVERALL OPINION

If i can afford to but all the sound cards i would be in love with this but so far i bought proteous card. it gave me a little more to work with. this is a professional sounding beat machine but &quot;ONCE YOU HAVE ALL THE SOUND CARDS YOU'LL BE ON THIS MACHINE MORE THAN THE TRITON!&quot;

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 1-, 2003)
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