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Patchman Music Wind Controler Sound Bank for Akai EWI4000s
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  • Top of expressiveness

    Patchman Music Wind Controler Sound Bank for Akai EWI4000sPublished on 05/19/11 at 14:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this product for quite some years, there is nothing equivalent on the market PatchMan Music is the only company to make sound banks for use with wind controllers at the original store AKAI n ' is not up to professional programming Matt Traum.
    Everything is set for the greatest control and expressiveness with use with the AKAI EWI4000s.
    The price is perfectly in line with the quality of the sounds programmed to the point where you feel you have to buy a new instrument.
    I remake this choice without any hesitation
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