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Spectrasonics Stylus

Virtual Drum/Percussion from Spectrasonics

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Spectrasonics StylusPublished on 02/19/03 at 10:08
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Installation without problem except the time to return the 6 disk in hd.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a 1ghz p3 with via chipset + luna II
The plug is a little longer to load in cubase that pluspart of my plug that is activated almost instantly.
It works well trs apart a long time and between the two preset change.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few weeks.
The sound is really excellent, relatively original loops but not numerous enough or varied (mostly breakbeat roughly), I explain, there are 3 gigabytes of memory taken by this plug to find wholesale always m my presets in all ranges proposed.
I find it overpriced trs gives me in terms of prsence in my compositions. …
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Installation without problem except the time to return the 6 disk in hd.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a 1ghz p3 with via chipset + luna II
The plug is a little longer to load in cubase that pluspart of my plug that is activated almost instantly.
It works well trs apart a long time and between the two preset change.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few weeks.
The sound is really excellent, relatively original loops but not numerous enough or varied (mostly breakbeat roughly), I explain, there are 3 gigabytes of memory taken by this plug to find wholesale always m my presets in all ranges proposed.
I find it overpriced trs gives me in terms of prsence in my compositions.
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Little sunLittle sun

Spectrasonics StylusPublished on 03/25/03 at 06:36
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Single: 35 minutes to install 3 Gigas (five CDs).
However, it should be able to net the ACCS rcuprer the cl authorization.
If Reinstalling, send a mail order rcuprer a new authorization.
Use very easy.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My computer: 1.8g AtlhonXP
256 MB RAM.
Loading patches a bit slow, but hey, is worth it.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week.
The sounds are really excellent. (Please Spectrasonic)
There are two families of loops: binary and "Number Three"
A few prs 60 loops per tempo (180 bpm 50)
It's been a bunch of loops!
In addition
- Percussion loops
- Effects Vinyl
- And of course kits (1000 1000 Kicks snares hi-hats ....) Trs good qualitbr />...…
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Single: 35 minutes to install 3 Gigas (five CDs).
However, it should be able to net the ACCS rcuprer the cl authorization.
If Reinstalling, send a mail order rcuprer a new authorization.
Use very easy.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My computer: 1.8g AtlhonXP
256 MB RAM.
Loading patches a bit slow, but hey, is worth it.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week.
The sounds are really excellent. (Please Spectrasonic)
There are two families of loops: binary and "Number Three"
A few prs 60 loops per tempo (180 bpm 50)
It's been a bunch of loops!
In addition
- Percussion loops
- Effects Vinyl
- And of course kits (1000 1000 Kicks snares hi-hats ....) Trs good qualitbr /> Although orientating breackbeat, the stylus can be used for any type of music.
Really HUGE. Nothing to do with Plugsound I bought 6 months before
for 250 euros (twice) it's really day and night. (2 times more expensive but a thousand times better!)
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Anonymous

Spectrasonics StylusPublished on 04/26/03 at 15:43
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Problem-free installation ... a bit long

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon 2.0
stable configuration ... no bugs.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several weeks. VST but I find this a little too turned to the breakbeat.
The loops are well but be exceptional, too rptitifs.
filters and modulations are basic trs.
A choice between the existing VSTI with a latency when triturated filters without rel innovation and a lot of CDS AKAI Can I run in my S5000 with the same quality of filters and no delay at noon + possibility to rework the sample (reverse, pitch, LFO ,...)
Well I do my dj choice because Stylus 300 euros is expensive to have given a lot of loops in the same line.

But my...…
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Problem-free installation ... a bit long

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon 2.0
stable configuration ... no bugs.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several weeks. VST but I find this a little too turned to the breakbeat.
The loops are well but be exceptional, too rptitifs.
filters and modulations are basic trs.
A choice between the existing VSTI with a latency when triturated filters without rel innovation and a lot of CDS AKAI Can I run in my S5000 with the same quality of filters and no delay at noon + possibility to rework the sample (reverse, pitch, LFO ,...)
Well I do my dj choice because Stylus 300 euros is expensive to have given a lot of loops in the same line.

But my personal opinion! Stylus does not say that I use in any type of compositions that I do.
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  • Manufacturer: Spectrasonics
  • Model: Stylus
  • Category: Virtual Drums/Percussion
  • Added in our database on: 04/15/2004

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