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dubflow dubflow
Publié le 12/28/06 à 15:41
Install: dll file in VSTplugins ... So no worries

Manuel: clear and French

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Config: Asus A8N-SLI / X2 4200 + / 1GB DDR 4200 2-2-2-5 / Hitachi T7K250 / Terratec Phase 22 / Roland HPD-10 (MIDI)

Free operation, not a slowdown

For now stable

OVERALL OPINION

In a word, AWESOME, even though I just discovered

I was looking for a way to use my sampler Handsonic 10 (Roland): select a sound sample, assign it to a pad, and play live.

There, the bank is not only HUGE (even if the sounds are not as sophisticated as a pack pro), but the software is very easy to use. We can also assign external sounds, without limitation quality. No problem or slow response on my config (admittedly relatively tough: X2 4200 +, 1GB of good ram, 7200 rpm and above your HD Terratec Phase 22) in cubase 3. And the app is FREE. Short as happiness.

Only downside (minor): loading times a bit long, but once loaded, nickel.
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