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Applied Acoustics Systems Lounge Lizard EP-1
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Applied Acoustics Systems Lounge Lizard EP-1Published on 07/05/12 at 23:01
Applied Acoustics systems Lounge Lizard EP -1 can be used on either mac or pc. I have used it on both and it works perfect. There really isn’t a platform or operating system that it wont work in. I have used it in several different sequencing softwares and the only one that gave me a little trouble was in Cubase a few times. Also for some reason when using it multiple times in the same session it can lag a bit which I didn’t understand because it only does this in cubase and not in any other program that I use. Maybe there is a setting that I have in Cubase that is toying with its performance, so I just don’t really use it in Cubase anymore which really isn’t a problem because I can use...…
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Applied Acoustics systems Lounge Lizard EP -1 can be used on either mac or pc. I have used it on both and it works perfect. There really isn’t a platform or operating system that it wont work in. I have used it in several different sequencing softwares and the only one that gave me a little trouble was in Cubase a few times. Also for some reason when using it multiple times in the same session it can lag a bit which I didn’t understand because it only does this in cubase and not in any other program that I use. Maybe there is a setting that I have in Cubase that is toying with its performance, so I just don’t really use it in Cubase anymore which really isn’t a problem because I can use it in a bunch of other programs and not have to worry about anything. So that’s just a minor problem that im having with Applied Acoustics Lounge Lizard EP 1 in Cubase.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It is quick and easy to install, no manual was needed and all of the knobs and sliders are labeled so anything you want to do just look for it and start tweaking and see what happends. You can do some neat stuff with Lounge Lizard EP -1, I no longer use Lounge Lizard EP -1 now, I have Lounge Lizard EP -3. I have upgraded it a while back and im very happy with some of changes that have made and using Lounge Lizard EP -3 has allowed me to not have that issue with Cubase anymore.


OVERALL OPINION

This plug in is very light on my cpu and works great, very good sounding piano’s and some cool effects you can get with the Phaser Tremolo and Delay knobs. Just play around a little bit and you can get some cool sounding stuff pretty easy.
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Applied Acoustics Systems Lounge Lizard EP-1Published on 09/01/03 at 10:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
No problem the above
No prob installation, documentation provided enough ....

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon 1.4 Ghz
512Ddr
Delta 44

The software works well, I have never been saturated with ... (I used to max 3)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months, and frankly I am not convinced.
Esprais me that finding a good, warm sound of Rhodes, and of BOAF.
It's not that the sounds are bad, but it is not gniaux. For there are enough cons rglages.
Dmo try before you buy.

I do not have that choice would do ... …
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No problem the above
No prob installation, documentation provided enough ....

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon 1.4 Ghz
512Ddr
Delta 44

The software works well, I have never been saturated with ... (I used to max 3)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months, and frankly I am not convinced.
Esprais me that finding a good, warm sound of Rhodes, and of BOAF.
It's not that the sounds are bad, but it is not gniaux. For there are enough cons rglages.
Dmo try before you buy.

I do not have that choice would do ...
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Applied Acoustics Systems Lounge Lizard EP-1Published on 10/10/03 at 03:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Simple installation
No need for documentation

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon XP1600, 256 mb, Audigy
The software works well enough, however, greedy
Stable

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it was released, and I do not t the
The sound of Wurlitzer is not convincing, but the Rhodes is infinitely better than I used to use (Roland XP30 + 'Keyboards of the 60's & 70's). However, it should not be an imitation of ancestors s'arrter Electric: We can CRER new sounds REALLY INTERESTED trs. And the effects are Intgr trsrussis (color 'Vintage' effective).
I heard the EP 73, but the number of modifiable paramtres is less, the sound more clean (and I like TB a little more natural Lounge...…
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Simple installation
No need for documentation

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon XP1600, 256 mb, Audigy
The software works well enough, however, greedy
Stable

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it was released, and I do not t the
The sound of Wurlitzer is not convincing, but the Rhodes is infinitely better than I used to use (Roland XP30 + 'Keyboards of the 60's & 70's). However, it should not be an imitation of ancestors s'arrter Electric: We can CRER new sounds REALLY INTERESTED trs. And the effects are Intgr trsrussis (color 'Vintage' effective).
I heard the EP 73, but the number of modifiable paramtres is less, the sound more clean (and I like TB a little more natural Lounge Lizard)
It is a VSTi plutt expensive Reserved those who can not do without an electric piano sound of quality. For my part, I do more spares.
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  • Manufacturer: Applied Acoustics Systems
  • Model: Lounge Lizard EP-1
  • Category: Virtual Electric Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2004

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