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Atari 1040 STE
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Publié le 02/09/10 à 05:43
I will never use more depui Sune dozen years, but years "pro24" for beginners laborious pc, aa t a machine revolutionary, although Completely Exceeds e.

Before they acquire pa ny had smoyen record midday convincingly, the workstation sequencers were really bogus cluck.

My particularity prefers: MIDI integrates both!
no hard drive but it was symblioque.

The report quality price ..; al 6990francs era it was not anything .. plus the 24 pro or cubase
Notator ...

With experience I will ever have the choice about the same time because it was truly revolutionary model has the power house.
Today, but it worked etoujours Exceeds completely that he did not nor audio can be overcome with a dr 16 akai of opportunity (or any other hardware dtd) for the bargain price:
50 euros if it is complete with screen and software and disk formatting and audited svierges: why not
100 euros: dj expensive: a MiniPC ddi music march so stable (again most of the concerns stem from the fact that pc is too versatile and that everything is done above: no net = no of virus that disrupts the good of fonctonnement daw)
100 euros has avoided: a notebook to hand and plenty of hop vsti gratos for the traveler ...

No worries on that part of the disk under stokage, fans vsti plug ins could not use it, the GUI is confined to a single screen at a time ...

We are in the nostalgia, the tank simple and robust, not my s to learn, but not a member eparler mac cubase LE, a simple notebook pc DDI music (and no not going to recover the net viruses and hackers plug ins) will be much more convenient and versatile ...

10/10 for the epoch
5.10 in absolute
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