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  • theaudioandvideoguytheaudioandvideoguy

    real time effects rack

    Xlutop ChainerPublished on 07/24/12 at 15:11
    Xlutop Chainer is a multi-effects rack that will work perfect for your pc. It is all in real time and you will get some pretty awesome effects when running your vst’s through this software. I used Xlutop Chainer on so many mixer tracks at the same time I am no sure how it didn’t cause any problems because I had so many versions of it open at the exact same time. They said that it works great with ASIO drives and it does, those are the drivers that I use and if you have ASIO you will be able to use Xlutop Chainer on almost every mixer track that you use for your session without it causing any glitches or bugs.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Installing Xlutop Chainer was very quick easy a…
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    Xlutop Chainer is a multi-effects rack that will work perfect for your pc. It is all in real time and you will get some pretty awesome effects when running your vst’s through this software. I used Xlutop Chainer on so many mixer tracks at the same time I am no sure how it didn’t cause any problems because I had so many versions of it open at the exact same time. They said that it works great with ASIO drives and it does, those are the drivers that I use and if you have ASIO you will be able to use Xlutop Chainer on almost every mixer track that you use for your session without it causing any glitches or bugs.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Installing Xlutop Chainer was very quick easy and painless. Just put it in your vst folder on your computer so your daw can recognize it and go into your daw and load it up in your mixer. You can used up to I think 10 chains and effects that will process any audio going through them all in real time. A lot of people compare Xlutop Chainer to Guitar Rig. Although I do think Guitar Rig is slightly better than Chainer is for the simple fact that I like the effects that it has a little more than Chainer. But Chainer will run better on your system then Guitar Rig will.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Xlutop Chainer has been running on my system for a while now and it only cost around 60 US dollars. The total size of the program is 1000 KB which is pretty big but it wont seem that big once you install it. You will love the cool sounds you will get when using Xlutop Chainer on your vst’s or maybe even some vocals depending on what type of music you are into.
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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    Xlutop ChainerPublished on 09/14/11 at 21:32
    Xlutop Chainer is a multi effect and muti instrument rack for musicians and sound designers. it’s a vst host that runs stand alone or with your other software that you use for your music creation. You can also edit effects in real time but you will need to run Asio with this or you will have the lagging choppy feeling going on because it can eat up your computer’s ram space. So a fast pc is needed in order to get the full capabilities out of this vst.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I ran it on a quad core pc with asio drivers so I didn’t have any issues with it. But when I ran it on my laptop just to have it in a portable form with me I had a ton of issues, my laptop isn’t the most pow…
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    Xlutop Chainer is a multi effect and muti instrument rack for musicians and sound designers. it’s a vst host that runs stand alone or with your other software that you use for your music creation. You can also edit effects in real time but you will need to run Asio with this or you will have the lagging choppy feeling going on because it can eat up your computer’s ram space. So a fast pc is needed in order to get the full capabilities out of this vst.


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I ran it on a quad core pc with asio drivers so I didn’t have any issues with it. But when I ran it on my laptop just to have it in a portable form with me I had a ton of issues, my laptop isn’t the most powerful machine out but its still a good quality music creation tool for my portable set up. But it takes a lot of ram to power this vst.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overal it’s a great VST not to expensive either, I am not sure if there is a demo version but if there Is I suggest giving it a shot before you buy because you will want to see how it runs on your pc or mac before investing the money into purchasing it, Xlutop Chainer has came out with version 1.03 now and I think they fixed some minor issue’s they were having it with and it made a difference and faster performance. You can even save your Chainer preset files for fast access to your complex effect and instrument presets for another time or mix. Wet, dry, panning and transpose parameters are some of the strong points of this program. Its worth the buy but only if your computer is really fast and can handle it, because with this running you might not be able to run anything else.
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  • kjolinekjoline

    Xlutop ChainerPublished on 01/08/06 at 08:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Super simple installation!
    to launch a dialog box opens to offer the choice of drivers.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Athlon 2.4 Ghz 512MB
    Sound Card: waveterminal192M

    a little long to load (this dpends plug installed).

    It works on hair!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It allows you to MIDI and Audio
    It allows you to host for all my audio plugs and plug my MIDI for all VST and VSTi also is a real treat! super easy to use!
    I recommend!
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