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Audjoo Helix
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Audjoo Helix

Virtual hybrid synth from Audjoo .

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Audjoo HelixPublished on 09/08/08 at 12:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Ultra easy installation and nothing to do special, since without a license;)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Ridiculously low consumption that allows to open at least a dozen;)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it from the beginning and I am always impressed and even more;)

After taking the time to get used to the interface, you can get very different results.

Most importantly, the SOUND!

Fat but also the complex.
And CPU consumption so low that it can be used for everything: kick, bass, lead, water ...

Try it, it's free;)
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Ultra easy installation and nothing to do special, since without a license;)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Ridiculously low consumption that allows to open at least a dozen;)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it from the beginning and I am always impressed and even more;)

After taking the time to get used to the interface, you can get very different results.

Most importantly, the SOUND!

Fat but also the complex.
And CPU consumption so low that it can be used for everything: kick, bass, lead, water ...

Try it, it's free;)
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Anonymous

Audjoo HelixPublished on 09/09/08 at 00:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Hyper simple, open the DLL file in the VST amount of pop.
I admit to not having tried a manual

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Conso CPU ridiculous

OVERALL OPINION

Not long ago, discovered thanks to a menbre of AF (see notice of Atheist), this gem is not listed on this site
I have a foolproof trick to test the quality of the sounds of a synth, I listen to the rotting of the HP multimedia computer dedicated to the net and HELIX it passes with flying colors, quiet, no one understands it too seriously because not sound like the freeware
As soon as I heard the first demos, I thought a Nexus, Rapture, Gladiator, not to mess with synthédite feeware 3000
The sounds are pure, clear,...…
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Hyper simple, open the DLL file in the VST amount of pop.
I admit to not having tried a manual

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Conso CPU ridiculous

OVERALL OPINION

Not long ago, discovered thanks to a menbre of AF (see notice of Atheist), this gem is not listed on this site
I have a foolproof trick to test the quality of the sounds of a synth, I listen to the rotting of the HP multimedia computer dedicated to the net and HELIX it passes with flying colors, quiet, no one understands it too seriously because not sound like the freeware
As soon as I heard the first demos, I thought a Nexus, Rapture, Gladiator, not to mess with synthédite feeware 3000
The sounds are pure, clear, live, the attacks do not need to be highly compressed for potato, even the sound further ground, deep without these trails made of metal with synths own small ways
Reverb is an amazing quality itself, it is also no stranger to the beauty and magnitude of sound
If I tried other models before?? just my nephew, all that is free and paid. I do not know how long HELIX is available but j'me doubt that this app will quickly make themselves known, he does free will, then I doubt Germany the clump you, download this little wonder before his, the designers changed their minds
The value for money: Scandal, as it raises serious questions about the price paid apps
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  • Manufacturer: Audjoo
  • Model: Helix
  • Category: Virtual hybrid synths
  • Added in our database on: 11/04/2008

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