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Steinberg Groove Agent
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Virtual Drum/Percussion from Steinberg belonging to the Groove Agent series.

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  • SampleHunterSampleHunter

    Steinberg Groove AgentPublished on 06/19/03 at 03:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Problem-free installation
    400 MB of samples around

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On Athlon 1.2 Ghz, 512 MB Ram trs stable
    This plugin is not rev-hungry CPU resource

    OVERALL OPINION

    GrooveAgent what is it? in fact it's all just a rhythm box .... but a box full intgre and synchronizes the squenceur.

    The pros:
    - The simplicity of the SET for a lively and original rhythm
    - Custom settings to manage the feeling (very cool) and the complexity of rhythm (really seen)
    - The samples are good (even if on Battery and Halion one finds the best)
    - The many variations in each style
    - The possibility to record a midi track the squence gnre and be able to edit and play agai…
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    Problem-free installation
    400 MB of samples around

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    On Athlon 1.2 Ghz, 512 MB Ram trs stable
    This plugin is not rev-hungry CPU resource

    OVERALL OPINION

    GrooveAgent what is it? in fact it's all just a rhythm box .... but a box full intgre and synchronizes the squenceur.

    The pros:
    - The simplicity of the SET for a lively and original rhythm
    - Custom settings to manage the feeling (very cool) and the complexity of rhythm (really seen)
    - The samples are good (even if on Battery and Halion one finds the best)
    - The many variations in each style
    - The possibility to record a midi track the squence gnre and be able to edit and play again with possibly an expander or other virtual or hardware sampler (g compltement nial)
    - The 4 outputs in cubase audio spares (to reprocess sounds)
    - Automation and MIDI control of all parameters.

    The -: the styles are very few

    No more long hours to set rhythm tracks bland and static! This is a really happening east musician. Of the same type as Virtual Guitarist, truly innovative. We are far from crappy plugins that Steinberg had accustomed us like Plex, A1 or LM4. Hat!
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  • rogercagrogercag

    Steinberg Groove AgentPublished on 06/25/04 at 03:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Install no problem
    Non-existent incompatibility with xp pro
    config gnrale intuitive trs

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The app works stable nickel

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it to make models from quelsques months, it is really convenient when you have no drummer on hand, plus it allows you to make cattle (because the software lets you play random image of fawn and human on any rhythm ...
    It is also possible to record a rhythm and replay it.
    IDAL when you make a component is to play a FIRST TIME a rhythm all done and once the game scratches / vocals recorded, it customizes the drum part. the software retains all rglages successive changes in the song transitions, a tambour…
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    Install no problem
    Non-existent incompatibility with xp pro
    config gnrale intuitive trs

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The app works stable nickel

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it to make models from quelsques months, it is really convenient when you have no drummer on hand, plus it allows you to make cattle (because the software lets you play random image of fawn and human on any rhythm ...
    It is also possible to record a rhythm and replay it.
    IDAL when you make a component is to play a FIRST TIME a rhythm all done and once the game scratches / vocals recorded, it customizes the drum part. the software retains all rglages successive changes in the song transitions, a tambourine here and the one perceived by never losing the rhythm ... half time of the staccato rhythm and a wide range of rhythms trs.

    plus we can make the rhythm more or less complex with a cursor, and add transitions la mano.

    more there is a Intgr equalizer.

    brief set by the sounds are not the must of what is happening (but still correct trs), is done.
    In addition you can export from the south so ...

    I t really impressed
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