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" powerful but gas plant ..."

Creamware Pulsar IIPublished on 02/18/12 at 09:45
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The pulsar was the top two 10 years ago. It supports many I / O with 2 adat! The plug treatments are very good and the synths are very good though "digital" ...

UTILIZATION

It works well with cubase and latency nonexistent

GETTING STARTED

It's a bit heavy as it is better system and a dedicated PC.

OVERALL OPINION

Today this material is beginning to be obsolete again I hate politics creamware / scope where everything is paid ... and they are very expensive! Today I'm working with an M-Audio fasttrack pro, the sound is nickel for the home studio and it's much easier to use ... ...
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The pulsar was the top two 10 years ago. It supports many I / O with 2 adat! The plug treatments are very good and the synths are very good though "digital" ...

UTILIZATION

It works well with cubase and latency nonexistent

GETTING STARTED

It's a bit heavy as it is better system and a dedicated PC.

OVERALL OPINION

Today this material is beginning to be obsolete again I hate politics creamware / scope where everything is paid ... and they are very expensive! Today I'm working with an M-Audio fasttrack pro, the sound is nickel for the home studio and it's much easier to use ...
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" Waiting for version 6 and scope of the sequencer parse"

Creamware Pulsar IIPublished on 02/05/12 at 01:27
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calculation of DSP, high quality converter + solution multiple I / O.
On Windows 32 bit and preferably to use the sampler.
For every level: the composition and mastering or live through the analyzes. No need to have a big config since the calculations are done on the DSP card. Good ventilation it may be useful during a heat wave ...

UTILIZATION

oops, for criticism of drivers: it can happen as a letter in the mail or hand according to the config (see forum).
Version 5.1 is really a "must have" (and see title).
the actual or multitrack input and / or software rec / play will be limited only by the (s) hdd (access time and other), I recommend the shower to make crazy stuff.
......
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calculation of DSP, high quality converter + solution multiple I / O.
On Windows 32 bit and preferably to use the sampler.
For every level: the composition and mastering or live through the analyzes. No need to have a big config since the calculations are done on the DSP card. Good ventilation it may be useful during a heat wave ...

UTILIZATION

oops, for criticism of drivers: it can happen as a letter in the mail or hand according to the config (see forum).
Version 5.1 is really a "must have" (and see title).
the actual or multitrack input and / or software rec / play will be limited only by the (s) hdd (access time and other), I recommend the shower to make crazy stuff.
The updates are rare but it is good as gold (often pay unfortunately, but offset by additions or major changes)

GETTING STARTED

for installation, no worries if 0 concerns with the drivers.
Have to like hack, modularity is one of the purpose of material.
Incompatibilities: contact + + before buying (forum).
manual very satisfactory.

OVERALL OPINION

For over ten years.
I tested and I still work on other sound card, but there's almost no comparison (limit: uad, tc, protools hd ...)
I love power, Modular, the adaptable, sounds, FX ...
I do not like the drivers, the updates late and prices ...
Quality / price ratio at the output = super.

Is what I would do this choice? I'm waiting for version 6 now say definitely yes, otherwise it was YES for at least 5 years.
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" Excellent work environment"

Creamware Pulsar IIPublished on 11/04/11 at 16:28
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The presence of six DSP Shark capable of providing synths, effects, samples, etc. .. without me eat all my power machine.
My G4 at the time was in 32MB RAM with an SD of 250 on OS 9.
I'm running Cubase which was itself appealed to the pulsar, so Recycle
I just needed a small table, listening and my Ensoniq MR 61 :-) (great machine).

UTILIZATION

Super stable platform on OS 9 and Windows XP the rest I've never tried.
I stopped at the 4.x has a maj (I do not remember the exact release more)
Link with Cubase VST 5!
No problem to run a dozen audio tracks purely
Latency less than 10ms ok

GETTING STARTED

No worries of installation.
As for starting at the time the......
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The presence of six DSP Shark capable of providing synths, effects, samples, etc. .. without me eat all my power machine.
My G4 at the time was in 32MB RAM with an SD of 250 on OS 9.
I'm running Cubase which was itself appealed to the pulsar, so Recycle
I just needed a small table, listening and my Ensoniq MR 61 :-) (great machine).

UTILIZATION

Super stable platform on OS 9 and Windows XP the rest I've never tried.
I stopped at the 4.x has a maj (I do not remember the exact release more)
Link with Cubase VST 5!
No problem to run a dozen audio tracks purely
Latency less than 10ms ok

GETTING STARTED

No worries of installation.
As for starting at the time the environment was very innovative and it took me a while to adapt. After a time my config start up, no problem.
Compatibility side my big concern was that Creamware has never released a version for Mac OSX then after 3 years managing a dual machine, I changed platform.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for at least 7 years without worry, I would have paired with a second time if I could! Yes, I would do without this choice problem.
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" Super card, W7-64bit compatible. New OS 2011"

Creamware Pulsar IIPublished on 11/04/11 at 02:38
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I use it for more than 12 years and have never been disappointed.

For the first card:
2x Quad XEON PC 3GHz, 8GB RAM, 4TB HD
Windows XPSP3, soon Win7 64 bit.
NUENDO 5.51
Connected in 2xADAT (16in/16outs) on a Yamaha DM2000

For the other two:
P4 dual core PC.
Connected in 2xADAT (16in/16outs) on a Yamaha DM2000

UTILIZATION

Drivers fast and stable. Uncompromising sound quality. New OS for the card. Evolution of soft 12 years later! (My first board running Win98 on a Pentium 3 400MHz!)
3ms latency
ASIO driver dynamic variable number of channels.
100 audio tracks without any problems, never needed more ...
Instruments of the highest quality sound.
The new OS......
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I use it for more than 12 years and have never been disappointed.

For the first card:
2x Quad XEON PC 3GHz, 8GB RAM, 4TB HD
Windows XPSP3, soon Win7 64 bit.
NUENDO 5.51
Connected in 2xADAT (16in/16outs) on a Yamaha DM2000

For the other two:
P4 dual core PC.
Connected in 2xADAT (16in/16outs) on a Yamaha DM2000

UTILIZATION

Drivers fast and stable. Uncompromising sound quality. New OS for the card. Evolution of soft 12 years later! (My first board running Win98 on a Pentium 3 400MHz!)
3ms latency
ASIO driver dynamic variable number of channels.
100 audio tracks without any problems, never needed more ...
Instruments of the highest quality sound.
The new OS can rotate the map in XP64bits. I'll try soon!

GETTING STARTED

No problem provided you have the latest OS.
see:


OVERALL OPINION

The m "in serve for more than 12 years. The cards went from PC to PC and PC's are still working ... no!
I tried several systems, even changed for a while to return with the release of the new OS.
Even as a simple sound card input / output at a price where they are used, it's a bargain.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: Pulsar II
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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Other names: pulsar ii, pulsarii, pulsar 2

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