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Fxpansion BFD2
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Fxpansion BFD2

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

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tontongaston tontongaston
Publié le 04/24/11 à 18:43
The installation went off without a hitch. Certainly long, but fifty gigabytes is not installed in 2 minutes flat.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software is certainly quite resource hungry, but used with a good machine, this is quickly erased, in my opinion. Used with a V-drum, it is pure pleasure.

OVERALL OPINION

I use a little more than two years, and even went to see what is happening elsewhere, I stayed on my dear BFD 2.
Some believe the mix settings in the software are not easily accessible, as this software is a gas plant. But it is precisely the freedom to do what we want, as it is rumored that I really enjoyed it. And most importantly, no effect machine gun!
The only one missing is the web extensions and presto, you no longer need anyone (except perhaps a good drummer behind a v-drum!).
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