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  • jmabatejmabate

    Very good!

    EastWest Storm Drum 2Published on 01/11/14 at 03:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    bank sample orchestral percussion oriented, ethnic, soundtrack and sound design!
    works on my old config (Icore 2 duo 6600, XP, SX3 and 4 GB of DDR2)!
    use as a hardware keyboard!

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    tedious installation DVD (12 GB)!
    once informed codes, all functioned perfectly!
    version 3 play!

    OVERALL OPINION

    the additional sample of my orchestral percussion banks and more!
    the sound quality!
    price "USER" in east west!

    small flat on patches where there is a sample by rating (88), no map key!
    use of certain patch complicated ... missing some midi files for this kind of preset!
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    bank sample orchestral percussion oriented, ethnic, soundtrack and sound design!
    works on my old config (Icore 2 duo 6600, XP, SX3 and 4 GB of DDR2)!
    use as a hardware keyboard!

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    tedious installation DVD (12 GB)!
    once informed codes, all functioned perfectly!
    version 3 play!

    OVERALL OPINION

    the additional sample of my orchestral percussion banks and more!
    the sound quality!
    price "USER" in east west!

    small flat on patches where there is a sample by rating (88), no map key!
    use of certain patch complicated ... missing some midi files for this kind of preset!
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  • GwaltelGwaltel

    not simple configuration

    EastWest Storm Drum 2Published on 06/07/10 at 14:59
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -No problem to install the 12 GB of sounds. on the other hand it does not come with the iLok (required for operation) and there is a mess to configure the site between iLok and East West.
    SD2-Initially only worked in standalone, no trace in cubase. we had to find the file and import it into Play.dll steinberg Vstplugins
    -The paper manual is lacking, and on the website, everything is in English.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    quad proc / Win XP / 4 GB RAM / cubase 5 /
    no problem with my config, but I increase the size of the buffer
    config stable, worry-free

    OVERALL OPINION

    One week
    Goliath from East West (even mess installation)
    most: the bank sound design and overall qu…
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    -No problem to install the 12 GB of sounds. on the other hand it does not come with the iLok (required for operation) and there is a mess to configure the site between iLok and East West.
    SD2-Initially only worked in standalone, no trace in cubase. we had to find the file and import it into Play.dll steinberg Vstplugins
    -The paper manual is lacking, and on the website, everything is in English.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    quad proc / Win XP / 4 GB RAM / cubase 5 /
    no problem with my config, but I increase the size of the buffer
    config stable, worry-free

    OVERALL OPINION

    One week
    Goliath from East West (even mess installation)
    most: the bank sound design and overall quality of sound.
    The least I expected more big sounds. loops have the bienvunues.
    for the price it is a good complement of bank of sounds perceived
    yes I would do this choice
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  • MickamixMickamix

    excellent huge!

    EastWest Storm Drum 2Published on 09/15/10 at 02:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Engine installation = Play galley!
    Manuel unthinkable to provide this kind of document to buyers can ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    config midrange
    Poor performance ... and 2.5Ghz with 4GB of dual core
    I can not load the big banks that run more than 8 tracks and drum with dedicated midi ... it's my fault Ordi *!
    average stability *

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 year of hard use ... I also came with the competitor Independence Pro ... who did not midi files.
    the sounds of an incomparable power! Terminator is redone Finger in the Noise!
    BlockBuster big sound! there's no big + of my knowledge
    is clearly excellent!
    However, it lacks a choice of file more "calm" because the sound …
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    Engine installation = Play galley!
    Manuel unthinkable to provide this kind of document to buyers can ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    config midrange
    Poor performance ... and 2.5Ghz with 4GB of dual core
    I can not load the big banks that run more than 8 tracks and drum with dedicated midi ... it's my fault Ordi *!
    average stability *

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 year of hard use ... I also came with the competitor Independence Pro ... who did not midi files.
    the sounds of an incomparable power! Terminator is redone Finger in the Noise!
    BlockBuster big sound! there's no big + of my knowledge
    is clearly excellent!
    However, it lacks a choice of file more "calm" because the sound is huge again, metal is desired, depth delusional and hallucinatory live MIDI loop
    See less
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