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Other software dynamics processor from Kush Audio .

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    Kush Audio UBK-1Published on 05/04/13 at 01:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It takes a ilok key for installation and those who usually meet again if facilement.il to wait less than 24 hours for the license.
    You'll see some very informative videos on its site.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It runs very well with cubase 5 32bit on a pc i7 win 7 64bit.
    the works in 32bit and 64bit version is available.
    It is still delicious but enough to fuck around ...

    If you really want to understand and see how it works I strongly advice you to go see his short film that explains very well how why.

    http://www.thehouseofkush.com/ubk-1.html

    You can also try before you buy because a demo is available

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tulise past few days and I must say I love it.......
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    It takes a ilok key for installation and those who usually meet again if facilement.il to wait less than 24 hours for the license.
    You'll see some very informative videos on its site.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It runs very well with cubase 5 32bit on a pc i7 win 7 64bit.
    the works in 32bit and 64bit version is available.
    It is still delicious but enough to fuck around ...

    If you really want to understand and see how it works I strongly advice you to go see his short film that explains very well how why.

    http://www.thehouseofkush.com/ubk-1.html

    You can also try before you buy because a demo is available

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tulise past few days and I must say I love it.
    I also love all my UAD plugins I am big fan and jOperation all the time, but it's a little different ... it has a vibe all its own Concepte seen the plug in was ... a more intuitive way to use it. It makes more calls to our ears and under the parameters of the plug and that's pretty rare.

    Really (and this is the 3rd time I say) go watch the demo videos made by Gregory Scott.

    Personally if I had the choice again, do it again without problem but earlier ;)
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