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  • J.YvesJ.Yves

    A slap !!!!!

    Studio Devil Virtual Bass AmpPublished on 11/08/10 at 00:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We will not dwell on this point so the installation and activation of the procedure is simple ..
    RAS

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I work with a Quad core PC (2.5GHz) and XP Pro as well say that everything works perfectly and I am even surprised that the CPU load frle ridiculous ..
    I use Sonar 8.5 as daw .. That's part

    OVERALL OPINION

    interresting .....
    Before I start I Specifies that availing oneself Ampeg SVX by IK Multimedia and Markbass Studio One (very good both for that matter) ..
    To return to the studio bass Pramper devil my basic config is very simple:

    Pramper the bass (DI mode)
    of impulses Redwire Bass
    a compressor (several models available)
    Legre rverb a v…
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    We will not dwell on this point so the installation and activation of the procedure is simple ..
    RAS

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I work with a Quad core PC (2.5GHz) and XP Pro as well say that everything works perfectly and I am even surprised that the CPU load frle ridiculous ..
    I use Sonar 8.5 as daw .. That's part

    OVERALL OPINION

    interresting .....
    Before I start I Specifies that availing oneself Ampeg SVX by IK Multimedia and Markbass Studio One (very good both for that matter) ..
    To return to the studio bass Pramper devil my basic config is very simple:

    Pramper the bass (DI mode)
    of impulses Redwire Bass
    a compressor (several models available)
    Legre rverb a very very ..

    The whole studio on costs (Genelec) ...
    Demonic, the sound is falling down, I still can not believe it is so perfect ..
    A dynamic presence and a good fit for a bass amp and I n'exagre not saying cel ..
    I still have not succeded in getting this type of sound with soft deficits above ..
    Another non-behavior and negligible, one can find the date Pramper bass for 36 euros on a very cool site (see Advertise on AF)
    And what is the rest can be done with the freeware without complicated by the impulses can be Redwire Pay ...
    But less than 50 euros I guarantee sound quality .. good even when it is necessary to take into account the rest of the chain obviously ..
    I do not regret my investment in any case ..
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