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gemcd3 gemcd3
Publié le 01/01/09 à 09:56
Implementation 10, there is simply nothing to do!

the manual, not terrible, in English and a ball like me in computer music, the software would need a good tutorial (please)
For example, I do not understand what follows, so that I would love an explanation for the beginner:

The Sequence Pattern Into The Single arranges a complete song. it contains oven banks (A, B, C, D) EACH consisting of 8 patterns and 3 different play modes.
pattern
pattern consists of a single information The Rhythm Of The 8 channels.
bank
a bank contains eight pattern. EACH bank in, you-can select different settings for the drums. If The bank IS switched, so are the drums and Drumsets For the selected banks. In A Whole, You Can Use 4 +8 = 24 pattern in a song. to select a pattern, first select bank appropriée The year Itself Then The pattern (eg bank b, pattern 3).
You Have THE FOLLOWING play modes available in The Sequence: single mode pattern
Only the current Pattern Is Played in a loop.
bank fashion
Inside the pattern only current bank are Played in a loop. The Bank You Can select range and start.
Sequence mode
You Can Program Up to 99 patterns from Step With different banks.
programming a sequence
Make Sure The Sequence IS stopped
switch to sequence mode
Enter the length of The Sequence field through The Steps
The location field Shower the actual position in The Sequence
You Can Choose a bank and Pattern For Every Position
while playing, the Position Will Be Counted from 0 to sequenced steps & the Corresponding pattern for the Position Will Be Played.
follow me switch
Switch this option Is A Very useful while programming patterns Played When The IS sequence. If The switch IS activated, displays The Sequence The Sound That Is Currently Played. If you want to edit a pattern, just turn it off and The Sound Will continues to You Can Focus on The Current editing pattern.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The orninateur is an old Compaq Presario original Pentium 4 (of Rcup) 128MB RAM, sound card and Intel integrates the software works very well on xp sp2. stable without pb.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two days, I love her (well ramplifi sr) and banks DIFFERENT models of toms, cymbals, bass drum etc. offer many possibilities.
I tried Little Drummer Boy (I have not liked ...) and for its price (free Tatale) I have not found better!
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