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Virtual Drum/Percussion from Fxpansion belonging to the BFD series.

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  • It gives plenty of options all in a user friendly interface

    Fxpansion BFD2Published on 03/02/13 at 12:49
    FXpansion BFD2 Acoustic Drum Module does not use much CPU/RAM or hard disk space. It will work with a Windows system running XP, or Vista. It will also work great on a Mac computer as well if you have 10.4 OSX or higher. My laptop only has 1 GB of Ram and it worked just fine I just had to have a connection to the internet so it can be authorized (you will have to have an internet connection to authorize this product). There are a total of 32 outputs on this Module, that means that I was able to bring in plenty of external effects and plug ins from other sources.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    All of the sounds are very warm and real, they are all recorded in a professional studio with......
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    FXpansion BFD2 Acoustic Drum Module does not use much CPU/RAM or hard disk space. It will work with a Windows system running XP, or Vista. It will also work great on a Mac computer as well if you have 10.4 OSX or higher. My laptop only has 1 GB of Ram and it worked just fine I just had to have a connection to the internet so it can be authorized (you will have to have an internet connection to authorize this product). There are a total of 32 outputs on this Module, that means that I was able to bring in plenty of external effects and plug ins from other sources.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    All of the sounds are very warm and real, they are all recorded in a professional studio with amazing quality and ambiance. The hi hats sound very good and so do the crashes, they are some of the most real live sounding samples that I have heard this far.
    The interface is simple to work with because it is designed with the “new” user in mind. Though I have used many other products similar to this one it was still nice to know that they have a watered down interface that is easy to start with a learn from.
    There are also some very good mixing options to work with like routing, dynamics and EQ. I hae even routed audio from 16 mono outputs to other VST hosts.


    OVERALL OPINION

    There are plenty of grooves in this software, I am pretty sure there are over 5 thousand of them and they can be changed to go with whichever style of music that I am working on at the time making this software very versatile for me.
    There are so many options that you have with this VST, and so many different things that you can do with it. The interface does not seem like it because it is very basic compared to other interfaces. If you take the time to understand everything or refer to the manual you will really understand how to work with this plug in and get the best possible results out of it.
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  • Most Versatile Drum Software

    Fxpansion BFD2Published on 12/01/12 at 13:37
    BFD2 is a drum-sample playback engine that can be used in stand-alone or as a plug-in in a DAW. I purchased BFD2 as an upgrade to BFD1. There were some decent drums sounds in BFD1 (vistalite, ayotte), and the interface was simple to understand. BFD2 was a huge improvement in every aspect of the software. The interface is pretty complicated, but after you play around with it for a couple sessions, you will get the hang of it.

    Installation takes a while as the package comes on a bunch of DVDs. It is recommended to install the samples on a separate harddrive than the drive you use for tracking in your DAW. This is supposed to improve playback. I didn't follow this recommendation......
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    BFD2 is a drum-sample playback engine that can be used in stand-alone or as a plug-in in a DAW. I purchased BFD2 as an upgrade to BFD1. There were some decent drums sounds in BFD1 (vistalite, ayotte), and the interface was simple to understand. BFD2 was a huge improvement in every aspect of the software. The interface is pretty complicated, but after you play around with it for a couple sessions, you will get the hang of it.

    Installation takes a while as the package comes on a bunch of DVDs. It is recommended to install the samples on a separate harddrive than the drive you use for tracking in your DAW. This is supposed to improve playback. I didn't follow this recommendation when I first bought the software and installed everything on the internal harddrive of my laptop. It wasn't the best idea, but it worked. Eventually, I got around to storing the samples on an external drive.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Big F'ing Drums 2 lives up to its name. The samples can sound massive if you bring up the room mics and add some compression (the library comes with john bonham's drums, what would you expect). But, what I really like about this library compared to other libraries (SSD4, Superior Drum 2, etc.) is the versatility. The massive drum sound can easily be scaled down for a more intimate drum sound, if desired, by picking the right sampled instruments. I can't really say the same is true for SSD4 (to each his own). Fxpansion did a great job of picking different drums that complement each other in the library. I am also convinced that the drummer hit the drums a little bit differently to get different sounds depending on the style of music/playing that would typically be used for each kit piece. It seemed like some snares the drummer really pounded during record, while other snares don't really give me the same impression. This is actually a really good thing - it gives more variety to the stock library. Toontrack SDX's offer this same kind of playing variety, but then you have to make additional purchases to get the same thing as BFD2.

    I really like the cymbals in particular in BFD2. Even if I am going to use the drums from a different software library (because they fit my song better), I almost always substitute the BFD2 cymbals. I definitely give the stock cymbals a strong recommendation, but the Zildjian Digital Vault cymbals that can be used inside BFD2 are also awesome.

    BFD2 offers a pretty advanced mixer and internal effects. However, I also recommend with any drum library to utilize the 'multi-out' functionality, and use plug-ins in your DAW to process individual drums. This is probably the most important way to achieve realistic drum performances with sampler software. Never use internal effects! They simply can't compare to the EQs/Compressors from WAVES/UAD/etc.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The best part of BFD2 is the fact that the stock libary is awesome. There are 'expansion packs' available, but my opinion is that the stock library is sufficient on its own. Superior Drummer 2 is good, but you really need to buy expansion packs to make it versatile.

    I also recommend layering BFD2 samples with other drum libraries. There are a lot of drums in BFD2 that have a great sustain/ringing that I don't find in other libraries.

    I can't wait for BFD3, I hope it is just around the corner.
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 09/10/12 at 08:52
    FXpansion BFD 2.0 virtual drum library is one of the biggest, greater and most expensive drum library.
    FXpansion BFD 2.0 virtual drum library is compatible with Windows xp, Windows 7, Vista, MAC OS X, there wasn't any issues regarding compatibility.

    The manual is quite clear and sufficient to get a better understanding of the drum sounds and library.

    The general configuration and setup isn't very simple, and it requires some time because of the size of the library which is around 55 gb.

    The typical functions are easily accessible and well structured on the chanels.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The software work correctly in this configuration.

    The software and gear is stable.

    I'm......
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    FXpansion BFD 2.0 virtual drum library is one of the biggest, greater and most expensive drum library.
    FXpansion BFD 2.0 virtual drum library is compatible with Windows xp, Windows 7, Vista, MAC OS X, there wasn't any issues regarding compatibility.

    The manual is quite clear and sufficient to get a better understanding of the drum sounds and library.

    The general configuration and setup isn't very simple, and it requires some time because of the size of the library which is around 55 gb.

    The typical functions are easily accessible and well structured on the chanels.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The software work correctly in this configuration.

    The software and gear is stable.

    I'm getting good performances regarding drum grooves and velocity changes.

    I've been using this product for just 2 months now, but I love it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The greatest aspect of this product is the library, you get all those vintage type of drum sounds that are really unique, you get hundreds and hundreds of snare samples, and the kicks sound
    great as well.

    The price is pretty high, this expansion costs around 600$, however getting to know this library, it's pretty damn worthy, you have 55 gb of samples to mess around, you have plenty of features to humanize your groove, you can overlay many and many samples to create something that sounds unique.

    I can say, if you can afford it, buy it.

    The precision and quality of the sound is on a high-level, I like especially the snares and kicks, but the toms and hats sound decent also.

    I"ve tried many and many drum expansions, this is one of the most expensive and one of the best, the only one I could think that is pretty similar regarding quality and features is Addictive Drums.

    I would buy this product if I'm interested in drums library and I'm searching for something that sounds big and pro.
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 01/07/08 at 00:57
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    - Installation is it without problem?
    5 DVD's, almost 60 GB of deals, it takes time (more than 2 hours for all loading in optimal quality). But no worries report.
    For cons, I had to take me two times to the procedure of authorization (- 1 point). M'tre recorded after a FIRST TIME I reu the same message asking me to provide cl license on the site of FXPansion. After that, no more worries.
    FXPansion adj posted a major update, loads and installs Manir quite transparent (no worries)
    - Have you experienced any incompatibility?
    Submitted up, no, but tt is really to rule, I have not had much time to use all the features. This notice will be updated
    - The configuration gnrale is......
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    - Installation is it without problem?
    5 DVD's, almost 60 GB of deals, it takes time (more than 2 hours for all loading in optimal quality). But no worries report.
    For cons, I had to take me two times to the procedure of authorization (- 1 point). M'tre recorded after a FIRST TIME I reu the same message asking me to provide cl license on the site of FXPansion. After that, no more worries.
    FXPansion adj posted a major update, loads and installs Manir quite transparent (no worries)
    - Have you experienced any incompatibility?
    Submitted up, no, but tt is really to rule, I have not had much time to use all the features. This notice will be updated
    - The configuration gnrale is easy?
    User BFD 1.5, it is quite easy to find in version 2. Without bothering to read the manual, I support some changes and drum kits, send samples, a little fiddling effects ... Compared with BFD 1.5, the approach is more complex, but the price to pay your checks has more features. If we consider only what was proposed in the previous version (no effect, no editor, etc..), We do not take the head to ring the whole.
    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    I did not come compltement. For cons, I was looking for information on export of samples, and I found quickly c'tait clear, it worked without hassle. No doubt I will read one of these four, but for now, I use the software without need.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk / sound card ..)
    PC Pentium 4 3Ghz, Asus P5 motherboard, 2GB 667Mhz RAM, 3 SATA HDD (one dedicated to the sounds of BFD)
    - The software works he correctly on this configuration?
    Yes
    - What performance? (If quantifiable)
    If we can rely on the display performance of BFD, I have not Exceeds 30% in use with Cubase. I have not used any battery with 32 lments either, but even with 18 lments, ca-rounded
    - This software + hardware configuration is stable?
    I have had some cracking, but I think it comes from my sound card, which is neither pro nor any rcente. A reboot of the machine was enough to put the record straight.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    It is available for a week
    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    There are several reasons why I wanted to update the BFD 1.5 to version 2:
    * More sounds (10 kits that plutt 5, certain sounds that were missing in version 1, as the bells
    * DDIS effects (and presets)
    * The editor intgrbr /> * loop management is more friendly (pr-cost DIFFERENT ways to select by genre), and for that I had the pleasure of hearing, their quality is a notch above.
    * A few extras, like the possibility of giving points to lments (a kit, The elements spars, the grooves) and therefore CRER its own list according to his prf ences
    What I least AIM (but maybe I should be better read the manual) is the disappearance of diffrent output configurations in Cubase. With version 1.5 of BFD, Cubase listing diffrent mixing default configurations, as Stro BFD, BFD All, BFD Ultra, version 2, there is only one configuration by default, BFD 2, which is the output Stereo (all tracks are sent to the master track). So I CRER routing, in which each element of the battery out to its runway dedicates (-1 point). Fortunately, this mapping can be saved and recalled later.
    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    More than a year of using BFD 1.5, amply filled me dj
    - How do you report qualitprix?
    175 EUR for the upgrade, knowing that in this version complte Ralite (version 1.5 is still Submitted on PC), it seems to correct. For those familiar with version 1.5, dj admontrer the quality is not. It's all good. You push a little volume, and one would think!
    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes, without fail. BFD 2 is the solution I rvais because it complte the few gaps that could have BFD 1.5. I waited impatiently, I'm not.
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 01/12/08 at 01:59
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    The installation is a bit long, 5 DVD, it is module authorizes bfd 2 and 1 nouveau.J 've had some problems but nothing unusual.
    I haven 't encountered to imcompatibilit logic pro, mac G5 dual processor 1.8 Ghz.
    Regarding the manual, that is a pdf in English, clear but somewhat dense, my taste.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    My config: mac G5 1.8, 2G ram, Motu 896HD, tiger 10.4.9
    the software works perfectly.
    As for software performance is quite greedy, and that the effects we put it consumes a lot of CPU.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one day.
    What I like least, that is a bit slow to load the interface and all the samples, at the same time I have chosen to install the heaviest,......
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    The installation is a bit long, 5 DVD, it is module authorizes bfd 2 and 1 nouveau.J 've had some problems but nothing unusual.
    I haven 't encountered to imcompatibilit logic pro, mac G5 dual processor 1.8 Ghz.
    Regarding the manual, that is a pdf in English, clear but somewhat dense, my taste.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    My config: mac G5 1.8, 2G ram, Motu 896HD, tiger 10.4.9
    the software works perfectly.
    As for software performance is quite greedy, and that the effects we put it consumes a lot of CPU.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one day.
    What I like least, that is a bit slow to load the interface and all the samples, at the same time I have chosen to install the heaviest, it is unfortunate that we can not spend more than one config lgre during use.
    the interface is very well Designed, although that somewhat complex, not forement intuitive.En fact I would say that is addressed over the prod that the component, in fact time to start the plug, configure a package, etc. .... take time, it can annoy if one has an ide and implement quickly, bfd 1 seems more appropriate.
    the +: SOUND! the quality of the samples is excellent .... we can finally have a sound local free ambiences on a bfd he toujurs lgre a reverb. I feel good effects: compressor-style ssl, by against a little lightweight in the controls for super easy paremetrer the distos are good, I didn 't try out the effects ... the mix is ​​useful but I find that ergonomics is not IDAL .
    This is a good quality price, good I took the update as well.
    I would do this choice, the best of its kind.
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 04/02/08 at 15:58
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    The installation does not pose any probleme.une hour wholesale clear clear ... ..
    No ...
    Yes
    The manual is clear trs ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Athlon P4 proc a 3 giga ram Didi002 rack
    nickel operation.
    Although the sounds are the quality standards in the grain trunk dynamics and then they can withdraw with all the inserts for each, so it did the class j bcp making good battery before and BFD2 c 'is the very high class ... So that was 3 months I do not see any drummer!! Lol
    Configuring BFD 2 Protools 7.3.1est very stable and more I can run it in at the same tps as RTAS Velvet Chow, who also donated the train 3 gigas are not too many.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 months
    ......
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    The installation does not pose any probleme.une hour wholesale clear clear ... ..
    No ...
    Yes
    The manual is clear trs ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Athlon P4 proc a 3 giga ram Didi002 rack
    nickel operation.
    Although the sounds are the quality standards in the grain trunk dynamics and then they can withdraw with all the inserts for each, so it did the class j bcp making good battery before and BFD2 c 'is the very high class ... So that was 3 months I do not see any drummer!! Lol
    Configuring BFD 2 Protools 7.3.1est very stable and more I can run it in at the same tps as RTAS Velvet Chow, who also donated the train 3 gigas are not too many.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 months
    TOUT.Les sounds, processing, acoustics is to work everything is standard ....
    Not just EZDrummer.
    Class because in addition they have just put online an update free for users .....
    YES, more than ever .... I recommend Fxpansion BFD2 and c is the very high class ...
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 07/31/08 at 14:46
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    Installation carefree, a bit long but nothing major.

    No incompatibilities encountered.

    General configuration very simple.

    A manual? No, if you're a little bit familiar with previous versions or other virtual batteries, no worries.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    PC-Q6600 overclocked to 3Ghz, 3GB Ram 800 Mhz, with a Yam 'N12 firewire. Dedicated to PC computer music (no antivirus, msn and other crap ...)

    Nickel operation.

    Loading time I find very reasonable, very fast!

    Very stable, no crash in Cubase SX 3.1.1. currently.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 2 months.

    What I like most. Let's clear evolution from BFD 1.x. Samples of much better quality, more dynamic, more......
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    Installation carefree, a bit long but nothing major.

    No incompatibilities encountered.

    General configuration very simple.

    A manual? No, if you're a little bit familiar with previous versions or other virtual batteries, no worries.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    PC-Q6600 overclocked to 3Ghz, 3GB Ram 800 Mhz, with a Yam 'N12 firewire. Dedicated to PC computer music (no antivirus, msn and other crap ...)

    Nickel operation.

    Loading time I find very reasonable, very fast!

    Very stable, no crash in Cubase SX 3.1.1. currently.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 2 months.

    What I like most. Let's clear evolution from BFD 1.x. Samples of much better quality, more dynamic, more realistic.
    I want to say that I have BFD 1.x extensions, XFL, DLX, Joe Baressi, Andy Johns. Certainly it eats me close to 300 GB on a separate hard but it's worth the effort laaaaargement. We can have all the sounds you want, as long as one is patient and you know it a little. Between all the settings internal to BFD2 and the ability to highlight each item on a track DAW (on which we can apply other effects of his range as an insert!) I think it's simply insane!

    Of course with all these packages, it came back in 1400 euros. It's much less expensive than a battery that starts ringing, plus cymbals and microphones ... and it can work in peace with its monitors or headphones if woman is sleeping!

    I have not tried the other. I use BFD for some years. And that's fine with me.

    Value, to be realistic. It's very good. This is the price of a battery with cymbals rotten cardboard, BFD2 alone.

    Well once in practice, they do fine in FX Kekes with their gear to 32000 dollars an hour. In fact everything depends on his style of music and what is expected. For my part, once inserted into a mix to go unnoticed, it's a bit shit. Dynamics and dynamic ambient choking taking real drums is impossible to imitate. It jumps to the ears. It sounds too unrealistic for a bunch of styles and completely unusable for a master, especially for decision batteries Demende room atmosphere, raw and realistic.

    Another remark. The cymbals completely rotten. To say the least. It Feraille and reasons. Sheer madness. A hit is a laugh if we had not blown so much money. I'm talking about ... it's all included expansion of 18 inches of 20 or worse, it is pure crap unusable, with or without plug or gate, comp lamp hardware. You'd think they are completely stupid. Where did the 13-14-16 thin? If you are looking for cymbals that sound good rhythm, drop .....
    For toms ... almost like that of 12 13 16. Yes you can play on the stamp, the level and dynamics, but that does not sound like a 10 a 14 or a 18 ..

    No, I will pay a superstar in addition to hardware, this made for a demo, it sucks. Although the modern metal and other styles requiring a presence and an exemplary definition it must be good.
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 12/18/08 at 07:54
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    - The installation is done it without problems?
    No Problem

    - Have you experienced any incompatibilities?
    (Added 18/12/2009): Yes Linux and Wine, the interface does not load and is planted Reaper!

    - The general configuration is easy?
    Not
    (Added 18/12/2009): Not always

    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    In English and download

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk / sound card ..)
    Motherboard: Asus P5K DELUXE
    Processor: Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.4Ghz)
    RAM: 4GB (recognized by XP 3.256Ghz)
    Sound Card: M-Audio NRV10

    - The software works he correctly on this configuration?
    Yes

    - What......
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    - The installation is done it without problems?
    No Problem

    - Have you experienced any incompatibilities?
    (Added 18/12/2009): Yes Linux and Wine, the interface does not load and is planted Reaper!

    - The general configuration is easy?
    Not
    (Added 18/12/2009): Not always

    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    In English and download

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk / sound card ..)
    Motherboard: Asus P5K DELUXE
    Processor: Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.4Ghz)
    RAM: 4GB (recognized by XP 3.256Ghz)
    Sound Card: M-Audio NRV10

    - The software works he correctly on this configuration?
    Yes

    - What performance? (If quantifiable)
    10% use a kit with 18 parts (see photos of my E-drum in my profile) as MAXI and latency to 4ms!

    - This software + hardware is stable?
    Yes, but crashes in some menus BFD2 like the hi-hat pedal!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    15 days and it's not that easy to run it well with a e-drum

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    most: the allocation of sounds and their setting (once you assimilate the workings of the beast!) The variety of samples. Quality and also the over-sampling performed. The snares that can roll and strike at will! The Toms and the amount of colors they emit. Cymblales the hi-hats are excellent and super accurate.

    the least: the routing on the mixer (I really need to put me there!) The setting of the hi-hat for a game on a home VH11 Rolland. Not easy to settle as much as my own attribution of the note pedal closed not 100 or 105 but at 66, about half of the race! Other concerns about charley in the closed position, the game with 2 hands (equipped with sticks of course!) Tends to mute the sound after the second shot as if I closed with the foot. I think there is a setting, but I have not yet fully understood! I am looking for

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Yes and no. Former members of EZDrummer, I waited and still waiting for the new version, released in May, I think.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Well.

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    We'll see after purchasing Toontrack Superior Drummer 2 ...
    (Added 18/12/2009): I no longer use the Superior 2!
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 01/22/09 at 04:05
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    Super simple install XP SP2 with 3GB of RAM
    There are three possible installations which are more or less resources on the PC and has a velocity range more or less extensive
    The default configuration allows use without worry in cubase!
    Not too need the manual for now, I would see if a need for further configuration
    For activation system against the license can a complicated (see global opinion)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    This is an app that is quite heavy (I myself am using the install mode, more than enough given my level) it runs fine under XP
    Very stable, nothing to say

    OVERALL OPINION

    What I love from EZDrummer (certainly much cheaper!) I tested replanting is the......
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    Super simple install XP SP2 with 3GB of RAM
    There are three possible installations which are more or less resources on the PC and has a velocity range more or less extensive
    The default configuration allows use without worry in cubase!
    Not too need the manual for now, I would see if a need for further configuration
    For activation system against the license can a complicated (see global opinion)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    This is an app that is quite heavy (I myself am using the install mode, more than enough given my level) it runs fine under XP
    Very stable, nothing to say

    OVERALL OPINION

    What I love from EZDrummer (certainly much cheaper!) I tested replanting is the ability to combine the instruments (a snare drum played with brushes toms played with sticks, for example)
    regarding the price I think is qualified
    Although it is a super soft, pack jazz / funk is great! but all is not given
    but also surprises by buying from OCCAZ on Audiofanzine.
    I had to pay € 40 for the transfer of license! it's not like that it will encourage people not to hack !!!!!

    If it's really not a good choice
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  • Fxpansion BFD2Published on 01/31/09 at 14:31
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    Normal installation, no special except that incompatible software weighs three tons.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It sucks a lot of resource, but hey, it still runs well, stability is not the strongest point but it does not crash very often either.

    Big flat, the grooves you spend 3 hours to create disappearing ...

    Other flat and there is frankly the most important and keep you well:

    The software is not intuitive at all, there are so many batteries, mic placement options, depending on the type of dynamic etc ... In short, so many things to manage the software becomes almost unusable.
    To make it sound a battery in a mix, except having 10 years of experience as Inga-son, should......
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    Normal installation, no special except that incompatible software weighs three tons.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It sucks a lot of resource, but hey, it still runs well, stability is not the strongest point but it does not crash very often either.

    Big flat, the grooves you spend 3 hours to create disappearing ...

    Other flat and there is frankly the most important and keep you well:

    The software is not intuitive at all, there are so many batteries, mic placement options, depending on the type of dynamic etc ... In short, so many things to manage the software becomes almost unusable.
    To make it sound a battery in a mix, except having 10 years of experience as Inga-son, should hang freely.
    In addition, the MIDI editor is not but then not at all easy, it's a mess quickly to find the right cymbal where you want to work, etc ...

    In short, for the home studio is tight enough (except if you have no life at hand, the time to master the bazaar can be quite large). Also you always want to touch this or that thing so that eventually we end up completely drowned.

    Basically, I hate this log. This is unfortunate because the sounds seem not so bad but hey, I'm not a guitarist and drummer ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Okay. Too much wanking.

    Software easier to use a little more ease for the parameters would be top because the sound bank is still excellent.

    Vala!
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