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Access Music Virus TI2 Desktop
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Access Music Virus TI2 Desktop
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sonic75 sonic75
Publié le 12/18/09 à 02:26
Beautiful instrument, such as Access always demonstrated a much higher quality against our competitors in Asia. The Virus TI 2 (I've limited edition white version) is very robust and finished bine. 4 banks of sounds in RAM and 22 ROM! Imagine the total number of sounds available. Polyphony of 80 notes, the usual outlets - 3 NOON - 3 OUT L / R - 1 IN L / R - 1 USB.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use for those familiar with Access Virus products.

SOUNDS

The styles are obviously focused his electro / techno / dance / trance / house short well-typed electronic music, with patches given to the style of the day. Tablecloths superb, breathtaking pads, effects Astonishing.

OVERALL OPINION

I possessed Viruses rack Viruc C Virus KB and now TI2 I do not regret! I love the sound typical Access, it is unique and differs much from its Japanese coucurant. The TI2 perfectly complements my current set up of nordwaves, Waldorf Q, V-synth, Poly-61 and microkorg. Maybe a tad expensive for a desktop but the quality pays ...
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