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  • clarkeclarke

    Groove

    Spectrasonics Stylus RMX XpandedPublished on 05/04/11 at 13:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    1 months
    I knew at a mate
    I like the sound, how has fits and how it sounds
  • vinssssvinssss

    groooooove it huge!

    Spectrasonics Stylus RMX XpandedPublished on 04/25/12 at 12:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for + / - 1 year.

    This is my first soft drums .. I used before a Boss DR880 (I always use)

    What I love most:
    - Each pattern is cut into slices, and therefore allows variability in the reasons pretty amazing! Mode 'Chaos' is used to modify a pre-recorded pattern by varying the onset, frequency, dynamic sound, and thus provide a feeling of "not repeating" .. a known pattern, and can become again fit perfectly in a complex mix that requires a sense of human play.
    - The groove! the reasons offered are really heavy! it grooves serious! and the number of proposed changes is exceptional. You can access a live performance mode with Groove MIDI menu mode, or integrated into a sequ…
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    I use it for + / - 1 year.

    This is my first soft drums .. I used before a Boss DR880 (I always use)

    What I love most:
    - Each pattern is cut into slices, and therefore allows variability in the reasons pretty amazing! Mode 'Chaos' is used to modify a pre-recorded pattern by varying the onset, frequency, dynamic sound, and thus provide a feeling of "not repeating" .. a known pattern, and can become again fit perfectly in a complex mix that requires a sense of human play.
    - The groove! the reasons offered are really heavy! it grooves serious! and the number of proposed changes is exceptional. You can access a live performance mode with Groove MIDI menu mode, or integrated into a sequencer mode with Slide MIDI menu mode .. the possibilities are endless ..
    - Kits: switch between multi mode kits, and you have a battery handy, each sound is automatically assigned to a key on the midi keyboard ..
    - Incredible integration patterns in Logic Pro and with other apps Spectrasonics (and Omnisphere Omnisphere)


    What I like least:
    - Acoustic sounds .. this is not the goal of soft, which is clearly oriented 'urban rhythm' and electronic music .. but recently, you can load acoustic kits on many sites, including an excellent site for Sampleholics



    I would do that choice again and would highly recommend Stylus RMX to those who seek the groove, and the quality and variability patterns ryhthmiques ...
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  • clarkeclarke

    Indispensable

    Spectrasonics Stylus RMX XpandedPublished on 05/30/11 at 14:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 6 months.
    I also BFD2 and batteries of native KOMPLETE 7.
    It sounds, it grooves. In main battery, accompanying another beat.
    No less
    It's expensive, but quality!
    Is essential.
  • Los TeignosLos Teignos

    Big sound design could be improved but

    Spectrasonics Stylus RMX XpandedPublished on 05/09/11 at 05:06
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    I use it for some years now and I love the quality of its banks: if you want big sound, you will be served as often with Spectrasonics. However, the ergonomics of the app is very perfectible: no search engine like Omnisphere, while the Drag & Drop of a sequence of the sequencer (Cubase for me) shows the limits of the REX format: the mapping of the groove is done so bêtasse (sequence of notes on the range) when we have wanted to edit each investment in its perceived Pianoroll.

    For the rest, Chaos Engine works well and treatment options adds to the whole but outside the fantastic work done sound design on the banks, I am more of a customer or a Guru Geist ergonomics side .. .
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    I use it for some years now and I love the quality of its banks: if you want big sound, you will be served as often with Spectrasonics. However, the ergonomics of the app is very perfectible: no search engine like Omnisphere, while the Drag & Drop of a sequence of the sequencer (Cubase for me) shows the limits of the REX format: the mapping of the groove is done so bêtasse (sequence of notes on the range) when we have wanted to edit each investment in its perceived Pianoroll.

    For the rest, Chaos Engine works well and treatment options adds to the whole but outside the fantastic work done sound design on the banks, I am more of a customer or a Guru Geist ergonomics side .. .
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Spectrasonics Stylus RMX XpandedPublished on 12/01/08 at 13:04
    (Originally written by Karimus/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I've been using it for almost two years

    It's very intuitive and easy to use but it's a pity that effects affect the global sound (bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat, etc.)

    Version 1.5 brings many improvements, especially regarding the new drum kits

    Good value for money. It's a pity that the Spectrasonics website doesn't provide downloadable demos.

    I would certainly buy it again as well as all other Spectrasonic products (especially Trilogy, which has a superb double bass sound).
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