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Rob Papen Predator
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Rob Papen Predator
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Anonymous
Published on 10/12/08 at 03:32
Value For Money : Excellent
While normally rolls ... nothing to say on the installation.
A + A LINK OPENS INTERNET PAGE WITH A SMALL BUT WELL DONE SUCCINS TUTORIAL USING A SIMPLE CLICK ON THE PANEL OF PREDATOR BOTTOM RIGHT .... good initiative

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

Nothing spcial ...

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 5 months and I really like it a lot. We can do a lot. I think he has a slightly vintage style and has many cling. It possde also a very powerful arpgiator with which squences really amazing we just create (with possibility to increase by semitone any note of squence ... ) .dropoff window And icing on the cake the effect module can have up to three simultaneous effects including a vocoder that can welcome sound samples which can then be tritur by the machine ... Really nice

SOUNDS

ELECTRO of very fat sound in the broad sense (tekno, dance, jar vangelis ...). Actually I just regret that it is not in hardware because it would place your product using my mind other major brand renowned virtual analog synth
Very good report quality price
I would do this choice without hesitation.
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