Installation and configuration without problem. On Reaper, it works great by assigning each pad to a track. Opportunity and perfect, nothing to say. No need to book, everything is intuitive. Compatibility with certain banks as battery, Akai MPC and guru FXpansion make a formidable beat box. By placing the effects of choice on the slopes of the instrumentals of his choice in his favorite DAW, it's a lot of very creative combinations.
A small config enough to run this app. Never crash to date.
After much searching, in addition to BFD2 this is perfect for me.
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sinkmusic's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Easy installation, simply drag and drop files in a folder, no tedious setup.
No inconsistency encountered.
The manual is sketchy, but there yardstick list of keyboard shortcuts, which is handy, and getting started is easy.
In addition, kits are provided with samples, it is convenient.
My config is stable under Windows Vista, and Poise runs flawlessly. The program is very stable, and updates are regular.
He does not consume too many resources, so it can run on small configurations without worry.
I use it for 2 years, and since then I've turned almost all my other drum samplers. I had previously tried various models, free or paid, and Poise is by far the one that suits me best: Battery is more direct, more comprehensive than most basic drum sampler, with its retractable file explorer, choke her group, its advanced modulation Job title, jacket, layers ...
It is a problem both as a direct and complete enough for MPC does not suffer from limitations.
The price is very affordable. /
I like its simplicity of use, no frills design, but with features tailored for the use is as efficient as possible.