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PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcard from Hercules

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( 3.4/5 based on 35 reviews )
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  • Michael.B2Michael.B2

    Hercules Studio ISISPublished on 08/21/01 at 13:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Whatever it takes to start his home studio.

    UTILIZATION

    I had no problem installing this sound card in hand may ave the cable connecting the rack to the map that is a bit too short.

    GETTING STARTED

    The use is very comfortable with Cubase VST notament, Cool Edit Pro, Acid Pro, Cakewalk SE, which is the software I use most.

    OVERALL OPINION

    After purchasing the Maxi Sound Fortissimo, I jumped with joy on this beautiful card. Guillemot thank you. Thank you ISIS. Thank you my friend and thank you !!!!! Music
  • dubbleyoudubbleyou

    Hercules Studio ISISPublished on 07/15/01 at 10:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nothing to say

    UTILIZATION

    A disaster, more Team guillemot is a strip of Charlie, they do not want to leave for win2000 drivers for linux and not talking about beos!
    Incompatible with the VIA chipset, with network cards, you name it!
    I think they should've at guilleemot continue to resell for Kakous flying instead of the sound card .... I also bought a fortissimo, I finally stepped on it!

    GETTING STARTED

    Worse!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you believe an Isis, changes trotoire and 15 email sent to Gillemot insults, they merit!
    E J am sure however that if the card was distributed by serious people and cardboard porait
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    Nothing to say

    UTILIZATION

    A disaster, more Team guillemot is a strip of Charlie, they do not want to leave for win2000 drivers for linux and not talking about beos!
    Incompatible with the VIA chipset, with network cards, you name it!
    I think they should've at guilleemot continue to resell for Kakous flying instead of the sound card .... I also bought a fortissimo, I finally stepped on it!

    GETTING STARTED

    Worse!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you believe an Isis, changes trotoire and 15 email sent to Gillemot insults, they merit!
    E J am sure however that if the card was distributed by serious people and cardboard porait
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  • Anonymous

    Hercules Studio ISISPublished on 05/19/01 at 15:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See General Appreciation.

    UTILIZATION

    See General Appreciation.

    GETTING STARTED

    See General Appreciation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a guillemot "Isis" that gives me so much trouble! (And obviously, I'm not the only one ..) Can not save "sysex" correctly, replay is catastrophic, MIDI is not very stable, even with a tbird 700, and I have full galleys with GigaSampler who does not want me out with this crap sound card .. I think outright sell quickly, Quite to buy a live "platinum" which looks much less "gas plant" ..
  • Anonymous

    Hercules Studio ISISPublished on 05/19/01 at 15:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See General Appreciation.

    UTILIZATION

    See General Appreciation.

    GETTING STARTED

    See General Appreciation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a cakewalk with ISIS Pro 9, a 505, a rack and some CS1x greenhouse facility and appreciated a little complicated, in fact, all works correctly. The thing that needs to be careful, it's good to download the latest drivers of ISIS, to follow the readme for installation (levels of compatibility between operating systems and "tools" guillemot) and above .... mostly .... re-install the drivers for every change of DirectX !!!!! Hope this is sufficient to solve the problems some of you.
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    See General Appreciation.

    UTILIZATION

    See General Appreciation.

    GETTING STARTED

    See General Appreciation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a cakewalk with ISIS Pro 9, a 505, a rack and some CS1x greenhouse facility and appreciated a little complicated, in fact, all works correctly. The thing that needs to be careful, it's good to download the latest drivers of ISIS, to follow the readme for installation (levels of compatibility between operating systems and "tools" guillemot) and above .... mostly .... re-install the drivers for every change of DirectX !!!!! Hope this is sufficient to solve the problems some of you.
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Hercules Studio ISISPublished on 12/16/10 at 06:16
    Originally written by Fender2a on Audiofanzine FR.

    Bought in 98. It was the only one at this price which provided an external rack housing, eight inputs and a comprehensive software package.
    Use: home studio for guitar and keyboard recording
    Computer system: CPU AMD Athlon, 1 GB Ram, two hard drives, dual boot with Win Millenium (for the Isis) and XP.


    UTILIZATION

    Installation can be a bit tricky, but it works if you use the latest driver version (somewhat old) and follow the procedure.
    The only problem is the lack of support for XP. That's why I use a dual boot system with Millenium for the sound card. Stability is not an issue, the system never crashes.


    GETTING …
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    Originally written by Fender2a on Audiofanzine FR.

    Bought in 98. It was the only one at this price which provided an external rack housing, eight inputs and a comprehensive software package.
    Use: home studio for guitar and keyboard recording
    Computer system: CPU AMD Athlon, 1 GB Ram, two hard drives, dual boot with Win Millenium (for the Isis) and XP.


    UTILIZATION

    Installation can be a bit tricky, but it works if you use the latest driver version (somewhat old) and follow the procedure.
    The only problem is the lack of support for XP. That's why I use a dual boot system with Millenium for the sound card. Stability is not an issue, the system never crashes.


    GETTING STARTED

    I use it with Cubase Vst5, Acid pro and Wavelab
    I record only audio, no latency problems.


    OVERALL OPINION

    After so many years with my Isis, I must admit that it will be difficult to part with it.
    When I bought it, it was a very good product. It's a pity that there is no XP support.
    I would buy it again.
    I created an area dedicated to the Isis on my homepage. Visit it and tell us your experience.
    https://jmantoni.capitello.com
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