The Secret Sound of PlantsSince the dawn of synthesizers, there have been many types of synthesis to emerge. But the same can not be said about their approaches to work flow or interfaces. With Synplant, Sonic Charge has taken inspiration from the world of plants and their growth patterns in order to come up with a new way of creating sound. Marketing ploy or innovation? Read more…
Yes downright simple it does not take much space even if I only have the demo for now so unstable for I can not answer and the manual is in English (since I do not understand a bit annoying c)
Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Xi 2428
2.2 ghz processor 250 ram 3g GB hard drive
yes it works very well
Not long ago I'm having the demo already and g c is another way to see things change for the synthesis vst complex (but it's also on the synthesis) for use on any but very intuittive
g value for money as it thinks can do any style of synthesis and the price relative to the originality and rendering quickly justify
to know my choice with the experience I have no hesitation in buying the μtonic so I think this one's going to be the same
Yes, I installed the dmo and carefree After a few days testing I got this "gift nol late." As I have no Visa card, I made a bank transfer as indicated on the website of Sonic Charge and a few days I had my APRS cl. Everything works perfectly.
- Have you experienced any incompatibility?
No, I Intgr the Synthplant several MIDI tracks dj project live much congestion and turns nickel.
- The configuration gnrale is easy?
Trs is intuitive, can be a little Hazards for those familiar with traditional programming, but you get a sound that we soon dish.
- The manual is clear and sufficient?
Unfortunately in English, but for those who speak the language of a minimum Shakespare is no problem!