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Dan393Dan393

Creamware Luna IIPublished on 04/10/06 at 13:24
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It runs on an Athlon 3000+ 512MB, no problem.

USE

Installation is a bit heavy, go all the codes, it's a little c ..... at least ten.
and if we forget we start a instal ..
The creamware system is not affordable to the surface, especially in the older versions with 4 heuresement the direct sound on, before cabler was all about the app.

IMPLEMENTATION

Drivers very stable, still in beta at creamware kind ?? but hey it says it works well, it works in Nuendo 2, no problem. 12 ms ok.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I bought this card there are now 5 years old, then I hesitated between a adda2000 and creamware, a sound technician had me rather enlightened on this card that had just come out,...…
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It runs on an Athlon 3000+ 512MB, no problem.

USE

Installation is a bit heavy, go all the codes, it's a little c ..... at least ten.
and if we forget we start a instal ..
The creamware system is not affordable to the surface, especially in the older versions with 4 heuresement the direct sound on, before cabler was all about the app.

IMPLEMENTATION

Drivers very stable, still in beta at creamware kind ?? but hey it says it works well, it works in Nuendo 2, no problem. 12 ms ok.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I bought this card there are now 5 years old, then I hesitated between a adda2000 and creamware, a sound technician had me rather enlightened on this card that had just come out, and I do not regret my purchase today ..
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fritzzfritzz

To put into perspective

Creamware Luna IIPublished on 11/29/13 at 15:36
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1 stereo in 6.35
1 stereo out 6.35
1 midi in, midi out 1
3 Sharc DSP

UTILIZATION

Following an old technology as hardware, or we adapt to quality equipment turn or you move on. Always compatible pci port for cheap is fine.

GETTING STARTED

Even then it was not easy, for this price you do not expect to have to be handy to use their software, today it's different it gets the opportunity to have quality converters.

OVERALL OPINION

In another age, associated with a PC then you can enjoy a good resource of synths, effects and good quality converters. What a deal! …
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1 stereo in 6.35
1 stereo out 6.35
1 midi in, midi out 1
3 Sharc DSP

UTILIZATION

Following an old technology as hardware, or we adapt to quality equipment turn or you move on. Always compatible pci port for cheap is fine.

GETTING STARTED

Even then it was not easy, for this price you do not expect to have to be handy to use their software, today it's different it gets the opportunity to have quality converters.

OVERALL OPINION

In another age, associated with a PC then you can enjoy a good resource of synths, effects and good quality converters. What a deal!
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solobluessoloblues

do not buy

Creamware Luna IIPublished on 01/13/13 at 06:27
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I wanted something compatible. With a good sampling.
I have a dual core 3ghz. 4GB ram, not fully usable in windows xp 32 ... logic audio platinum 5.

UTILIZATION

Latency depends on the recording frequency. The higher the frequency, the higher the latency, the lower this requires CPU resources.
I do not worry at this level.
The updates are paying, finally, version 4 (xp) to version 5 (for seven).
I thought dsp offer more, but ultimately I do not use them.
In addition, the digital format is stereo mini jack is any nawak.

GETTING STARTED

steinberg problem with the products, it crashes.
The update to the new driver costs more than € 200 I think.
This is why I still use...…
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I wanted something compatible. With a good sampling.
I have a dual core 3ghz. 4GB ram, not fully usable in windows xp 32 ... logic audio platinum 5.

UTILIZATION

Latency depends on the recording frequency. The higher the frequency, the higher the latency, the lower this requires CPU resources.
I do not worry at this level.
The updates are paying, finally, version 4 (xp) to version 5 (for seven).
I thought dsp offer more, but ultimately I do not use them.
In addition, the digital format is stereo mini jack is any nawak.

GETTING STARTED

steinberg problem with the products, it crashes.
The update to the new driver costs more than € 200 I think.
This is why I still use xp.
And for this reason I would not buy this brand more.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had about 6 years.
I like the wiring via the software. Configuration quickly changed.
With experience, no, I would choose something else. I was advised by a seller.
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TrblftTrblft

Creamware Luna IIPublished on 07/09/02 at 16:04
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The CHARACTERISTICS are above what I need (in fact I powersampler, a luna comes with a virtual sampler) the sound quality of the converters is perfect, even in 16bits/44, 1khz. it has a stro between two sometimes I use Mono because of free plug-in effects and trs are INTERESTED in Stereo recordings .
my config is athlon 1.2 ghz / k7t266pro set (via chipset, even not bad!) / 384MB DDR/win98SE
I use a mixer Berhinger (table when you only need one input and one output Stereo) I record my voice, my guitar (with a microphone AT4033) my bass (with a DI boxSCV DI2MKII) the sound is great and there with the card a lot of virtual instruments findable on the net, blackjack, many of which are...…
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The CHARACTERISTICS are above what I need (in fact I powersampler, a luna comes with a virtual sampler) the sound quality of the converters is perfect, even in 16bits/44, 1khz. it has a stro between two sometimes I use Mono because of free plug-in effects and trs are INTERESTED in Stereo recordings .
my config is athlon 1.2 ghz / k7t266pro set (via chipset, even not bad!) / 384MB DDR/win98SE
I use a mixer Berhinger (table when you only need one input and one output Stereo) I record my voice, my guitar (with a microphone AT4033) my bass (with a DI boxSCV DI2MKII) the sound is great and there with the card a lot of virtual instruments findable on the net, blackjack, many of which are INTERESTED.

UTILIZATION

Installation without problem under win98 with soft SFP and its driver, everything works.
lots of problem in win2000pro, which should be rsolus ending for you but be careful in what your Systm or under win xp (see forum www.maomusique.com)

no incompatibility with my config, the config types are available on the site cit prcdemment, configuration is very simple

GETTING STARTED

Drivers perfectly stable under win98 only, currently 2000/XP several pbs rsolus that should not be the end of 2002 t, inquire.
rcents 2000/XP drivers take some time be corrected.
software that I use are quartz and fruity loops pro audio, they work perfectly with the card. ASIO drivers of the card are good trs, I think, even under win 2000/XP, the problem is that drivers wdm Grente the wave.
latency? I know ... for me it is ngligeable.
I get to read 6 tracks stro simultanment with effects, probablment much but I have not had a chance to try. I have not tried to record more than 2 tracks at the moment.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for around 4 months, it's my Premire real map, I had an isis I got drawback immediately cause incompatibility.
its two largest quality tie for me is the wealth of plug-in for free on the net for the card and the quality of the converters.
the default is the main problem of drivers under Windows 2000 that force me to remain under 98, which will j'espre rgl this t. ..
the report is qualitprix trs correct if one considers the fact that the card has a DSP, which allows him to play a synth to add effects to the inputs of the map or on a file her without any processor does not support ECTT charge.
with exprience, I no hsiter Rasht, plenty of plug-in and forum ddi creamware cards Whereas aid Seeing me begin, I d computer music goal in 6 months ago and this card is perfect for home studio and can "add" some pulsars, making it a MODEL "volute"
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  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: Luna II
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 11/08/2002

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Other names: luna ii, lunaii, luna 2

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