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Superwave Stylophone [Freeware]
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Other Virtual Synth from Superwave .

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  • Superwave Stylophone [Freeware]Published on 12/15/09 at 13:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    espce is a self-extract a zip file would be stupid enough, not worth showing off with a set

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    RAS is a player soundfont sf2 the fiuchier is available, which is good!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I can move my little review of the original owner of a stylophone:
    The sound is the one! either the normal or the vibrato, the sound is
    Unfortunately the sound does not stylophone intrt! fawn is her use it which is super funny, suddenly it'll be good to do like we can play the notes by clicking on the interface, so dception
    dception other: we hear the tick of the stylus to the beginning of each note, which is good for a game notes spares, but it's a pleasant enough......
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    espce is a self-extract a zip file would be stupid enough, not worth showing off with a set

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    RAS is a player soundfont sf2 the fiuchier is available, which is good!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I can move my little review of the original owner of a stylophone:
    The sound is the one! either the normal or the vibrato, the sound is
    Unfortunately the sound does not stylophone intrt! fawn is her use it which is super funny, suddenly it'll be good to do like we can play the notes by clicking on the interface, so dception
    dception other: we hear the tick of the stylus to the beginning of each note, which is good for a game notes spares, but it's a pleasant enough machine to play lgato, therefore impossible

    So
    + Sound, is that the
    - The jouabilit not in the spirit of stylophone
    - No lgato
    - A camera interface can Bacler for Superwave

    If not a word about the stylophone: gadget can be in any case the wave is very much like phaser effects, it can be stacked up and no longer recognize the advantage of this jouabilit "drawing" which is super fun !
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