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Creamware Plug-in TripleDAT
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Creamware Plug-in TripleDATPublished on 11/07/02 at 03:21
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Installation: not empty. Not compatible Windows XP and 2000 only 98.

The config of the application is clear, copy the original so great.

For my part, I had the original manual, I am user of standalone software with the hardware, and I purchased the plugin on the website of creamware.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My config: Athlon XP 1600 + 512 MB DDR Hard Disk: 80 & 40GB + creamware pulsar2.

This is not really a plugin, since triple dat runs as an application in itself, rather it is the hardware that is the multi card pulsar. The I / O roads in pulsar, using the conventional loading of modules corresponding to the project.

It works ... Some dcrochages qd same need to restart......
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Installation: not empty. Not compatible Windows XP and 2000 only 98.

The config of the application is clear, copy the original so great.

For my part, I had the original manual, I am user of standalone software with the hardware, and I purchased the plugin on the website of creamware.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My config: Athlon XP 1600 + 512 MB DDR Hard Disk: 80 & 40GB + creamware pulsar2.

This is not really a plugin, since triple dat runs as an application in itself, rather it is the hardware that is the multi card pulsar. The I / O roads in pulsar, using the conventional loading of modules corresponding to the project.

It works ... Some dcrochages qd same need to restart some apps (see ...), in order to reboot. This plugin qd even feels a little Global Warming amlioration no significant software itself. A small dtail dsagrable, loop mode does not work, the function is useless.

OVERALL OPINION

I no longer use the plugin ... While waiting for the magic bullet, I'm running the original version with its hardware on a second machine. It's not so bad.
The trick unbearable in this plugin is that you feel good that they have not walked the developers, it's just a port of the latest version of triple dat, but a port full of bugs rat and there was no any update since the release of the plugin. It's stupid because dat triple silent one of the few alternative protools and running on pc! I keep my config prciseusement hardware, even if started dating (ISA expansion card ...) It is a pleasure to use, hoping that shall decide advelopper creamware is a new version plugin, see a new app. I love dat triple, but I deprecated this plugin. Patience ...
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  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: Plug-in TripleDAT
  • Category: Other Effect Plug-ins
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2002

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Other names: plug in tripledat, plugintripledat, plug in triple dat, plug intripledat

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