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Best Service ARTIST DRUMSPublished on 07/22/05 at 07:57
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Simple installation, but numro compulsory registration (obtain from Kompakt), otherwise the Artist Drums only work 30 days! Systm pest, I think.
Issue instructions, or has not the same thing. The Best Service Artist Drums Kompakt runs (trs light version), and all you have is a mini manual on Kompakt.
But do not expect to find much ... Search by self-same ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a P4 3.0GHz and 1GB Ram. The Artist Drums runs without worry.
The Artist Drums contains four drum kits (and spars The elements of each kit, if you want).
But there eating and drinking in everything!
The samples plutt sound good (and ralistes) and there is a way to get rsultat quite......
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Simple installation, but numro compulsory registration (obtain from Kompakt), otherwise the Artist Drums only work 30 days! Systm pest, I think.
Issue instructions, or has not the same thing. The Best Service Artist Drums Kompakt runs (trs light version), and all you have is a mini manual on Kompakt.
But do not expect to find much ... Search by self-same ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a P4 3.0GHz and 1GB Ram. The Artist Drums runs without worry.
The Artist Drums contains four drum kits (and spars The elements of each kit, if you want).
But there eating and drinking in everything!
The samples plutt sound good (and ralistes) and there is a way to get rsultat quite impressive.
Toms convincing (with rsonnance not truncate and sustain natural), snares ditto ... and sustain crashes and Hihat is also convincing. But ... CT has a lot of default plutt pests:
Too few sounds (only 36 keys keyboard used for the most complete kit / SP Kit), only 5 of hihat sounds DIFFERENT (then he'd have 10), 2 ride cymbal sounds (there be easily 6), etc ... No brushes, no cowbell, no samples or other markers with chopsticks ...
Reverb illogical on some high kick strikes VLOC (then we use a kit DRY) and the reverb can not be removed, it is part of the sample. Ineffectiveness of dirt Kompakt, which does not allow edition of valid samples, which is a shame! etc, etc ...
The worst IOTC good to the good rev.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the Best Service Artist Drums for 10 months.
If we can accept (too) many of the default Artist Drums Kompakt and inability, it is-even when there is a way of reconnatre CRER with this contraption of s quences battery able to bluff even a drummer! So, sounds quite a lot plutt raliste and on average, but ... would be a remake, I would look elsewhere first ...
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LenoirLenoir

Best Service ARTIST DRUMSPublished on 08/19/07 at 05:58
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Installation without any particular problem, no problem of incompatibility or configuration. Kompakt, the software managing the sample library is quite simple to use which makes the manual almost secondary when you know where you walk. For cons, I use an electronic drum kit with BSAD and therefore I used my module to set assignments and dynamics, which I greatly simplifies things.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

BSAD I'm running on a dedicated e-drum, an Alesis DM5 driving with an Athlon 1800 + 10GB HDD and 512MB of ram. The app is extremely stable and works perfectly. I never had a single crash.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for many months.

What I like most is of course a very dynamic......
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Installation without any particular problem, no problem of incompatibility or configuration. Kompakt, the software managing the sample library is quite simple to use which makes the manual almost secondary when you know where you walk. For cons, I use an electronic drum kit with BSAD and therefore I used my module to set assignments and dynamics, which I greatly simplifies things.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

BSAD I'm running on a dedicated e-drum, an Alesis DM5 driving with an Athlon 1800 + 10GB HDD and 512MB of ram. The app is extremely stable and works perfectly. I never had a single crash.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for many months.

What I like most is of course a very dynamic elements: at libraries obese weighing gigabytes, in this small BSAD eyeful, it is indeed stunning. The possibility of building its own kits using parts kits for soft core gives a fairly significant versatility.

What I like least is the lack of balance between the possibility of direct harvest and catch of atmosphere, which gives samples a reverberation that can remove puisqu'enregistrée. I also liked the drums, if only one or two cowbells.

The price / quality ratio is outstanding, especially our friends who sell this Teutonic wonder cheaper than a carton of cigarettes!

I can only advise BSAD owners of electronic drums. It will perhaps not the only bank to use (quoique. ..), but at that price, add sounds and of such quality as dynamic in its arsenal, it is pure luck.
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  • Manufacturer: Best Service
  • Model: ARTIST DRUMS
  • Category: Virtual Drums/Percussion
  • Added in our database on: 06/15/2004

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