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Terratec Producer DMX 6FIRE 24/96
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Yosic Yosic
Publié le 04/27/02 à 13:39
* I have chosen for its quality of recording that I just bien.En more I don t need to make multitrack sRegistering therefore its number of entry is sufficient.
* I made the jungle and I've just had my lower register and does so without a single breath
* J have an ASUS TUSL2 c with a PIII 733 @ 824 MHz
512 of ram
40 gb hdd
* For J have a RM1X sounds more my bass

UTILIZATION

The installation is done without problem under XP
software works without any problem
on the other hand with multimedia players it makes weird creaking No I have not yet resolved
The manual is clear and well explained

GETTING STARTED

Everything is stable
drivers are often updated for the moment
software that I use is Cubase VST 5.0, ACID 3.0, Sound Forge 3.0

OVERALL OPINION

I have the past two months and the value is taken very good
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