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BrainModular Usine 5

Modular sequencer from BrainModular .

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" Great"

BrainModular Usine 5Published on 07/26/11 at 10:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Easy installation: unzip it and it launches.

General config like other daw, and less scattered and perhaps more synthetic (I compare to my Cubase 6).

No incompatibilities. For cons, the file should not be read-only, and I run it in administrator mode, otherwise plant does not work perfectly.

Clear and comprehensive manual in English, clear and sufficient in French. Note: The community is incredibly responsive! As soon as you have a problem, which we post on FA or on the website of Sensomusic, very quickly we get an effective response to get out!

7 64-bit Windows PC, i5 2.5 GHz, 12 GB RAM, 2 dd 1 TB 7200 rpm.
Note: Factory works great as 64 bits, but for now it launches the......
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Easy installation: unzip it and it launches.

General config like other daw, and less scattered and perhaps more synthetic (I compare to my Cubase 6).

No incompatibilities. For cons, the file should not be read-only, and I run it in administrator mode, otherwise plant does not work perfectly.

Clear and comprehensive manual in English, clear and sufficient in French. Note: The community is incredibly responsive! As soon as you have a problem, which we post on FA or on the website of Sensomusic, very quickly we get an effective response to get out!

7 64-bit Windows PC, i5 2.5 GHz, 12 GB RAM, 2 dd 1 TB 7200 rpm.
Note: Factory works great as 64 bits, but for now it launches the 32-bit VST.

Overall, everything works well and stably. I plant the last few weeks: the few concerns I have are quickly resolved thanks to information from the community.

I use plant for several weeks.

Factory before, I tried a lot of DAW, but it is especially Cubase that I know well.

What I like least about Factory: startup can be quite hard on a modular software. There is an adjustment period, at least for beginners like myself.

What I like about plant: it seems that one can do anything. The software is brilliantly designed. Once the spirit of assimilated plant is endless fun to design and refine its patches. I can not wait to get to know all the modules to make all my ideas of computer music.

Amazing value for money. When we see that pro workstations can cost more than 5 times more for stability and usability far less well thought ...

I do it again this election, yes!
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" just an H-bomb"

BrainModular Usine 5Published on 09/21/10 at 04:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The instalation is not one bit simpler: the yen has not!

deszip it just the folder or you will, launches usine.exe and go.
Convenient, portable that fits on a USB key.

I just changed my laptop to an HP envy15 core 4gb ram i7Q720@1.6gh
HD 7200RPM 320m running Seven 64-bit. It turns serious plant Enjoy the multithreaded configurable.

I use it for 2 years and this app really mess with my my habits.
I am totally acrro, I arrive late at work, with my fried jme
girlfriend, in short it was divided into the hard drugs).

The possibilities are endless, modularity is brilliantly designed by
Olivier is a really listening to users. Plant really
a soul that makes it incomparable to......
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The instalation is not one bit simpler: the yen has not!

deszip it just the folder or you will, launches usine.exe and go.
Convenient, portable that fits on a USB key.

I just changed my laptop to an HP envy15 core 4gb ram i7Q720@1.6gh
HD 7200RPM 320m running Seven 64-bit. It turns serious plant Enjoy the multithreaded configurable.

I use it for 2 years and this app really mess with my my habits.
I am totally acrro, I arrive late at work, with my fried jme
girlfriend, in short it was divided into the hard drugs).

The possibilities are endless, modularity is brilliantly designed by
Olivier is a really listening to users. Plant really
a soul that makes it incomparable to another app does by
Large equipped, pout it seems that there are many people behind
but no, Olive is the work of 10 people hallucinating .. c The report
money is seen unprecedented opportunities of the beast. I
Max hacked, but c super clumsy compared to the factory, and
interfacing / multitouch is no comparison.
I like the most c limitless modularity makes you feel really free to implement its ideas blus crazy, cool community and the presence of Olivier and investment is unusual and remarkable.

I would do this choice to 23000 percent.
for those who are interested I am preparing a patch dedicated to the control of live via osc.
V2 is the finish is to be very soon.
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  • Manufacturer: BrainModular
  • Model: Usine 5
  • Category: Modular sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 02/16/2010

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