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Bill3107Bill3107

Creamware SCOPE ProjectPublished on 09/26/06 at 02:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Motherboard 3 years ago, asus, dual DDRAM, 1GB ram, P4
I go synths and Anloga (vocals, guitars, instruments)

UTILIZATION

No problem! Computer clean as it should, installtion of xp. Installation is quick and easy. The manual is fairly accessible because it's still a real virtual studio so lazy lovers beware!
otherwise the sites are spéciaisés planetz.com maomusique.com and online help so easily!

GETTING STARTED

5 ms latency and lots of synths and effects simultaneously loaded ... madness! Aun studio is full of the mouse!
At the tracks, everything is possible ... I send all my tracks in Nuendo and add creamware synths and effects ...

OVERALL OPINION

I'm a fan for 5 years....…
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Motherboard 3 years ago, asus, dual DDRAM, 1GB ram, P4
I go synths and Anloga (vocals, guitars, instruments)

UTILIZATION

No problem! Computer clean as it should, installtion of xp. Installation is quick and easy. The manual is fairly accessible because it's still a real virtual studio so lazy lovers beware!
otherwise the sites are spéciaisés planetz.com maomusique.com and online help so easily!

GETTING STARTED

5 ms latency and lots of synths and effects simultaneously loaded ... madness! Aun studio is full of the mouse!
At the tracks, everything is possible ... I send all my tracks in Nuendo and add creamware synths and effects ...

OVERALL OPINION

I'm a fan for 5 years. Nothing compares in the market for DSP cards!
1) uad made of the effects of qualities, but there's no input-output, the power of the DSP is quickly reached ...
2) PowerCore is the amateur ...

The price / quality ratio is unbeatable because you 6 dsp you manage the entire studio: synths, mixing desk, effects, ...
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ArkonisArkonis

Creamware SCOPE ProjectPublished on 01/01/08 at 10:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
God wanted to unite optimal system at a reasonable price ... Creamware did!

My usage: 01V96 with MY16AT, Cubase VST 32 (and yes, I can not bring myself to go
on SX), I record of 16 simultaneous tracks without worries.

My machine? a single 3Ghz PIV with a G ° of DDR Ram, 140 HDD UWSCSI of G °.

UTILIZATION

Installation is simple, especially if you have file scope Validation 4.5.

GETTING STARTED

The routing system is perfect, extremely simple, just pull the cables
virtual to where you want. adding or withdrawing modules is powerful, and
effective as desired.

I have 6 on my DSP Project, I use some of the synths of origin, except for the
STS4000 sampler. The effects...…
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God wanted to unite optimal system at a reasonable price ... Creamware did!

My usage: 01V96 with MY16AT, Cubase VST 32 (and yes, I can not bring myself to go
on SX), I record of 16 simultaneous tracks without worries.

My machine? a single 3Ghz PIV with a G ° of DDR Ram, 140 HDD UWSCSI of G °.

UTILIZATION

Installation is simple, especially if you have file scope Validation 4.5.

GETTING STARTED

The routing system is perfect, extremely simple, just pull the cables
virtual to where you want. adding or withdrawing modules is powerful, and
effective as desired.

I have 6 on my DSP Project, I use some of the synths of origin, except for the
STS4000 sampler. The effects are used to in my Cubase, and with 64 tracks
Audio I was not able to saturate the DSP.

I used 24-bit 44.1, at 7 ms latency. No audible delay, including
my VSTi.

OVERALL OPINION

6 years ago (2 Pulsar system before) I used System Scope, and I do not
found best to date, especially at that price.

I would do this choice over and over again without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: SCOPE Project
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2004

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