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djnaikodjnaiko

Precision Sound Dusty Electric MkIIPublished on 04/08/06 at 13:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
520 samples in WAV 24bit mono including the sounds of hammers, all sampled on a Rhodes Mark II 73 ratings

Programs for Halion and Kontakt

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The sounds are warm and enjoyable trs
5 + 3 levels VLOC Veloci levels for noise of hammers
It is far from the 12 levels and quality on offer Veloci the Scarbee RSP 73 'but that's just fine, I use the samples with Halion and I find that Dusty Electric MkII almost as enjoyable as The Scarbee with 2 more:
- The less clean and less equal to adding a little grain and realism
- Much lower than that Scarbee who eats a lot of resources

Athlon XP2500 runs on nickel + / W2K / 256 with 512 Ram and Halion VStack

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520 samples in WAV 24bit mono including the sounds of hammers, all sampled on a Rhodes Mark II 73 ratings

Programs for Halion and Kontakt

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The sounds are warm and enjoyable trs
5 + 3 levels VLOC Veloci levels for noise of hammers
It is far from the 12 levels and quality on offer Veloci the Scarbee RSP 73 'but that's just fine, I use the samples with Halion and I find that Dusty Electric MkII almost as enjoyable as The Scarbee with 2 more:
- The less clean and less equal to adding a little grain and realism
- Much lower than that Scarbee who eats a lot of resources

Athlon XP2500 runs on nickel + / W2K / 256 with 512 Ram and Halion VStack

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 weeks with the Scarbee VKFX; is su-per!
I Scarbee is gnial galrer but it makes my computer, my use, and the Dusty Electric: trs it loads quickly and that this is good. I also used MrRay73 the EVP73, Lounge Lizard 3, Plugsound Keyboard Collection ... I prfre far the Dusty (prcd the Scarbee). I have yet to test the NI Electrik Piano but will not be long.

I found the CD 20 secondhand on the net and have cost the cool demos on the site, I thought I was worth that price to buy it.

Well everything is fine but is not a real Rhodes, but in the meantime, it's nice.
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mounkayenmounkayen

Precision Sound Dusty Electric MkIIPublished on 01/26/09 at 10:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Dja everything is said above ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I've begun by Electrik Dusty, I find the sound very very good, of course GPs, that is the sample, but mostly really fat and crunchy, while retaining its smooth if pressed too hard, I give a lot to play on the original that was used for recording;)
Then after reading reviews of RSP73, I am DCID has "buy" a version of this bank, which at the beginners' m fascinated by its Reactivity I think due to the 12 levels VLOC of the BTE, but I have recharged my Dusty Electrik then, and this is the sound I DEFINITIONS prfere.
The technical quality of the RSP and its explosive Dusty would be a compromise.

OVERALL OPINION

Really...…
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Dja everything is said above ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I've begun by Electrik Dusty, I find the sound very very good, of course GPs, that is the sample, but mostly really fat and crunchy, while retaining its smooth if pressed too hard, I give a lot to play on the original that was used for recording;)
Then after reading reviews of RSP73, I am DCID has "buy" a version of this bank, which at the beginners' m fascinated by its Reactivity I think due to the 12 levels VLOC of the BTE, but I have recharged my Dusty Electrik then, and this is the sound I DEFINITIONS prfere.
The technical quality of the RSP and its explosive Dusty would be a compromise.

OVERALL OPINION

Really TERRIBLE! Especially for 35 USD, downloadable version on their site for info on Scarbee costing over 100 euros.
The sound is really demonic, despite some flaws in the game, due to 5 levels and the presence VLOC loops.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Precision Sound
  • Model: Dusty Electric MkII
  • Category: Virtual Electric Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2006

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Other names: dusty electric mkii, dustyelectricmkii, dusty electric mk ii, dustyelectricmk ii, dustyelectricmk2, dusty electric mk2

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