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Soundfont.it MrRay SeventyThree [Donationware]
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  • JohannesJohannes

    Soundfont.it MrRay SeventyThree [Donationware]Published on 03/19/05 at 02:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Installation without difficulty.
    Version 2-silent incompatible with ORION, it runs without worries

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - Runs XP no problem on my 2400 ...
    - Uses 5 to 10% of CPU

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Excellent sound! it's hard to believe that these are not samples
    - Report quality unbeatable prices ... for free ...
    - Used with Effectizer (Also soundfont.it) opportunities are trs sound strained.
  • Anonymous

    Soundfont.it MrRay SeventyThree [Donationware]Published on 08/02/05 at 00:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No problem with Windows XP and Cubase SL3.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    P IV 3.4 ghz, 512 ram. Inevitably, there is no problem.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a week since I use is a good walk trs.
    The sound is close to the trs hardware version, if you will take the trouble to work with an amp and some effects (soft or hard). Personally, I use a simulator and a twin tremolo, and really sounds.
    I tried the 73 TEU, which I find very similar (but teu is paid), and native instruments elektrik piano I do not have AIM at all.
    Report quality / unbeatable price: free.
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    No problem with Windows XP and Cubase SL3.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    P IV 3.4 ghz, 512 ram. Inevitably, there is no problem.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a week since I use is a good walk trs.
    The sound is close to the trs hardware version, if you will take the trouble to work with an amp and some effects (soft or hard). Personally, I use a simulator and a twin tremolo, and really sounds.
    I tried the 73 TEU, which I find very similar (but teu is paid), and native instruments elektrik piano I do not have AIM at all.
    Report quality / unbeatable price: free.
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