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«  Excellent emulation of the 909 »

Publié le 08/07/11 à 16:20
Installation is nickel (on a Mac in my case), for against the manual is in English but there is no real need when we already had a 909 in the hands ... (Same for the other after 2 hours of use it is well known to use it)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Config: MacBook Pro C2D 2.8 Ghz, 8GB Ram, Motu Ultralite MK3 + SSD.

VST and AU version works great and is very tasty if it is well known fix everything.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year, initially I was looking to buy a real 909 but a friend introduced me to the Drumazon and I was conquered.


I love the most:
- The "real" sound of the 909
- The tweaks in addition to the 909 (at the time such could not kick the pitcher except if we did the 909 mod and it costs the arm + shoulder)
- The ability to route different outputs on the bus

minimum:
- In fact anything ...
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