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Published on 12/22/13 at 02:57
Installation without problem, especially now that we need to be more physically iLock key to register (the license on the computer object is deposited instead of the object key in the iLocm Manager).

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The UVI player is very convincing in terms of performance. The game is completely free (glissandos and large accepted carefree polyphony), there are no artifacts, no click whatsoever. In other words: even if you are a hard keyboard :) it does not will stall.
One begins to think quickly on the instrument itself, and be carried away by the vibe "vintage" it provides. The instrument is to simulate the real behavior of a wurli with among others a longer release on the latest and highest notes, a sympathetic resonance which carries more than well ;) his name and layer dosing will add natural sound (acoustic) Wurli of the whole. Moreover about this acoustic layer: as the Rhodes (! Mark79, which is great too and I love) he was not totally convinced me, as there on the Wurli it makes sense, and c is a real plus.

With all available settings, you can really shape a Wurli as we like, that is either new or destroy, with all the intermediate sound palette in all possible directions (distortion, no distortion, etc.. ) The options are well chosen because it is a full time (even reverb, not so common in banks!) and not bloated, to avoid getting lost. Being able to go to the basics and that each parameter has totally sense, is found very quickly that his research brief is ... top.

My config is a core i5 laptop (Vaio Z11), 8 Gb of Ram and a SSD (Crucial M4 500GB)

OVERALL OPINION

Love the sound of the 200A (by the way: it is a 206, so Student model - but not severely demerit), I am overwhelmed by this Wurli makes me completely forget that I'm playing on a virtual instrument (just like Mark79 the same publisher). It's miles of sounds with which, after a while, we still feel that we are not on the real instrument (typically what you will find, in general, the hardware expanders, even expensive). Here we are really blown away by something real, musical, we forget the presence of the computer ;)
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