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Publié le 12/11/04 à 05:22
Easy installation and hassle free, no incompatibility (Pentium 4 2 GHz 512 MB RAM).
There is nothing: it works right away alone! No need for manual use 2 TB and TR ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Operation without bug or crash on my PC Pentium4 2 GHz 512 MB RAM. Trs low latency (map Creamware Luna).

OVERALL OPINION

In the opinion of all is the only software emulator to reproduce the sound of the TR / TB. The sound is not figure it evolves naurellement in time, as the original TB.
I tried also from the Creamware formulations, some are less ralistes but I will trs good too even if they have a more fig.
Rebirth is universally Whereas as the ultimate in clone Contents / accumulation of these machines, much to suprieur Roland groove boxes, this is a must for techno and electro.
Russia's first shot with a perfect software, Proppellerhead could not go any further, so they Designed Reason, who now hides his illustrious ain. But if you only need a "groovebox", why buy an entire virtual studio?
The price could actually be cheaper, PRS 150E.
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