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Tomgoldschmidt Tomgoldschmidt
Publié le 08/10/07 à 13:32
Installation: a dll to paste into your VST folder ...

General configuration: an insertable VST is pleased when he found a VST host ...

The manual is not the strong point, but it is not the cat, and ConcreteFX is very willing to provide explanations by mail.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Ds awaiting my new audio machine, I had to test it on a desktop machine (Pentium 2800 MHz, audio realtek, Ram 1 G °), no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

Tested one week. The possibilities are numerous, the architecture requires a little practice, the interface is very simple but clear. The price of 29 euros is staggering.
Adder is a full additive synth, full of resources. In addition, its price is 29 euros, and it is on a par with other additives can be inserted much more expensive. Since it is almost ignored, let me point out an essay I wrote on http://www.inspira-sons.info/%% 40programmes/instruments/adder 20vst/index.shtml ( http://www.inspira-sons.info/%40programmes/instruments/adder%20vst/index.shtml ) .
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