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Odo Rhythms 3 [Donationware]
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gian-k gian-k
Publié le 05/25/06 à 17:05
Trouble free installation: unzip, copy, paste in the directory of VST. No config, no manual.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Config: P4 3.0 GHz / 2 GHz DDR / Echo Layla 3G
The plugin works great, but demand still a few resources. Nothing too serious, but if there are many occurrences, there is still a risk of dropping out.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few days, the handling is quite simple but still quite different from other plugins (μTonic, Attack, ...). As against the level of sound is something crazy! There are ways to make huge kicks to vibrate the whole studio, the snares are really on top, slamming it as not possible, hi-hats are quite noisy (perfect for electro), the toms sound very analog and the small bonus, a kind of synth sound very practical to make the filling. This small plug is really trying (for most people-oriented electro, tek, house), it's worth.
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