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Anonymous
Published on 01/24/09 at 07:17
- Installation is it done without problem?
No problem: launch the installer without forgetting dsigner the right directory for VST plug-ins when asked.

- Have you encountered the incompatibilits?
Not

- Is Gnrale configuration is easy? o
- Is the manual clear and sufficient? o

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

- What is the configuration of your computer? (Map mother / CPU / RAM / Disk / sound card ..) Basic rcent PC, 1 Mb of RAM, Ableton Live 7, sound card Tascam US-122L
- The software works he correctly on this configuration? o
- What performance? (If quantifiable) Very good comsomme all the same a lot of resources.
- Is this matrielle + software configuration stability? o

NOTICE GLOBAL

- How long have you use it? Qq days
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The + The originality of the sonorits, we quickly saturs of sounds, dirty, dissonant and very expressive limits once. It's pretty ... rock'n'roll! It is of course create other sounds, it's pretty varied the "lean" the very, very fat and heavy, but no sounds "GPs" obviously.
This gives a very expressive game playing on DIFFERENT rglages "midi" (vlocit glide ...), pitch and modulation (I rgle with my touchpad Korg padKONTROL, the other hand on the keyboard, a joy), filters, etc. Do not hesitate to test the VOWEL key (variant: a, e, u, i, o has not casually described as a but sometimes it's amazing), the arpgiateur and all rglages while playing, we can draw ... monstrous sounds and modulations dlirantes! I tried many VST, but I have rarely had the pleasure of immdiat game, as perhaps the PlastiCZ, OP-X SonicProjects or even the Synth1, I believe it's of sound and ease of use. But I think these are the most gaming instruments of expression to program loops electro ... Though!

Despite the apparent simplicity NB modulation possibilities are numerous: see droulants menus and right click on any button!

I wanted to leave a review, although not a large hyper n'tant express musician I sometimes find it a shame not to see reviews of the instruments that I find patants.

Les Perhaps the GUI, although this is subjective, I think it gives a little cheap and banal aspect an instrument that is not. But it has the advantage of being clear and easy to use. Perhaps is it wanted to give a vintage aspect, parat it's the vintage fashion, tastes and colors huh ...

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir? o
- How do you report qualitprix? It's going it's only a demo (limit 30 min. To use but everything oprationnelle)!
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? o
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