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Big Tick Audio Software Rhino 2
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  • stompboxjonstompboxjon

    very good hybrid synth

    Big Tick Audio Software Rhino 2Published on 07/04/12 at 22:56
    The Rhino 2 from Big Tick audio Software company is a software vst plug in that I was using a few years ago, I think I was using it from 2006 to 2008 or around that time. I had it installed on a old dell laptop that I was using at the time. But since that computer crashed, I havent took the time in all these years to reinstall Rhino 2 back onto any of my new systems. I do think its worthy of still being used, I just havent remembered to do it with all the other vst’s that I am currently in love it . But from that time period I used Rhino 2 so many times and I remember how easy it was to actually use and how much I loved the fact that you can edit the parameters of the sounds so quick and ea…
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    The Rhino 2 from Big Tick audio Software company is a software vst plug in that I was using a few years ago, I think I was using it from 2006 to 2008 or around that time. I had it installed on a old dell laptop that I was using at the time. But since that computer crashed, I havent took the time in all these years to reinstall Rhino 2 back onto any of my new systems. I do think its worthy of still being used, I just havent remembered to do it with all the other vst’s that I am currently in love it . But from that time period I used Rhino 2 so many times and I remember how easy it was to actually use and how much I loved the fact that you can edit the parameters of the sounds so quick and easy.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Using this software was a breeze and so was installing it, I remember it only took a few minutes to install. It really reminds me a lot of Sytrus from Image line except the fact that I think Rhino 2 is a lot easier to edit your sounds and save them as presets to use them at a later time. Rhino 2 was the first Big Tick Audio Vst that I have use (at the time) so when purchasing it I was a little skeptical because I have never heard of the company before (during 2006 to 2008). But I am well informed of them now and will continue to buy stuff from them at this point.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, I remember how good the software was. Actually writing this review makes me want to go back and start using it. The sounds selection on this vst was great, maybe I can pull it back out and dig out some new ideas from an old vst. I recommend getting this.
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  • Julius 2Julius 2

    Big Tick Audio Software Rhino 2Published on 01/12/06 at 06:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nobody has given an opinion on Rhino 2 Big Tick from home. So I will fill this gap because I find this software particularly interesting.
    No installation problems.
    The manual is clear and sufficient (in English only ...)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I use it on an AMD XP 2600, 768 MB of RAM.
    It is stable, it works well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months.
    6 oscillators, 130 waveforms basic additive synthesis, FM, Ring modulation, Waveshaper, modulation matrix, step sequencer, 17 built-in effects (including the effect cheeze machine for those who know the freeware of the same name ... ) there are short enough to do! There is also a library for storing the patches …
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    Nobody has given an opinion on Rhino 2 Big Tick from home. So I will fill this gap because I find this software particularly interesting.
    No installation problems.
    The manual is clear and sufficient (in English only ...)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I use it on an AMD XP 2600, 768 MB of RAM.
    It is stable, it works well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months.
    6 oscillators, 130 waveforms basic additive synthesis, FM, Ring modulation, Waveshaper, modulation matrix, step sequencer, 17 built-in effects (including the effect cheeze machine for those who know the freeware of the same name ... ) there are short enough to do! There is also a library for storing the patches ranked as one wants, it's very convenient.
    Usage is easy:
    Is the parameter to change is basic (such as volume, for example) and it is managed with a slider, or the parameter is complex and it is managed with multi-segment envelopes graphics and is very visual, it is clear that we did!
    The design is a synth that can fall into the category of "innovative" as well as Absynth, Zeta, Sytrus, Wusikstation.
    I have also tried all but to me, or are sold at a price other, Rhino 2 is the best quality / price ratio. (Wusukstation is in the same price range but there is something in the sounds produced by it that m'entousiasme not ...).
    The palette of sound is very rich Rhino 2: From the big sounds, changing sounds, sound acids, metal, soft, air, in short, there are all kinds, and I would definitely do it again this choice even today ' hui.
    If this type of synth you are interested, take a look at Rhino, it's worth it.
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  • pekchpekch

    Big Tick Audio Software Rhino 2Published on 06/12/06 at 16:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Install normally simple
    English manual (I do not like manuals anyway, nothing beats the acharnage ... although I admit that this kind of software requires an occasional glance in to navigate at the beginning)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Small config: PC Sempron 1.8GHz, 512 ram, motherboard chipset pourrave entry, xp sp1, host of Ableton Live 5

    Everything is very stable, for what it is, even with its complex 5 / 6 CSOs, surprisingly little CPU intensive!

    on the other hand I can not understand why the patches are so long to load ... for my config, each patch is out its 15/20 sec. to load ... once there is, cons, immediate response time for each changed settings, real time, you …
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    Install normally simple
    English manual (I do not like manuals anyway, nothing beats the acharnage ... although I admit that this kind of software requires an occasional glance in to navigate at the beginning)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Small config: PC Sempron 1.8GHz, 512 ram, motherboard chipset pourrave entry, xp sp1, host of Ableton Live 5

    Everything is very stable, for what it is, even with its complex 5 / 6 CSOs, surprisingly little CPU intensive!

    on the other hand I can not understand why the patches are so long to load ... for my config, each patch is out its 15/20 sec. to load ... once there is, cons, immediate response time for each changed settings, real time, you know.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Barely one month that I discovered, but I think I'm on it for a short momment

    opportunities great, disappointing interface, so to speak, at first, but beautifully made, highly graphical, intuitive and innovative (it's not even skinner if you have time to lose, but it is very much original) , parameters to the shovel, osc 6, 6 customizable sliders still has the screen to assign the parameters + etween its important, those you want to play live eg. 2 filters, a sequencer for the modulation of our sound, in short everything is

    magnificent: a waveform editor personal., that's simply awesome génialissime

    question its good, yeah, big sound, clear sound, the light, the dark and murky, tablecloths, beats or lead, hackers sound synthesis should navigate

    Rhino is an elephant (I know it was easy, ca)
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