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Steinberg HALion 3
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Steinberg HALion 3

Virtual Sampler/Sample Player from Steinberg belonging to the HALion series.

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Steinberg HALion 3Published on 06/15/05 at 05:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Installation is simple and hassle free.
No problem.
The manual is quite clear and the issues most relevant forum Steinberg is very satisfactory.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My PC: P4 3 GHz, Intel motherboard Rocklake, HD 80 GB S-ATA, M-audio card OmniStudio, Edirol USB Midi.
Halion works very well and is very stable. When released in its version 3.0, there were stability problems (note stuck, crash etc ...). But since version 3.1, nothing to say, it is solid as a rock. From the perspective of performance, depending on the hardware used, but in my setup, nothing to say, I'm not arrive has its limits.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year and this is my main instrument vst.
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Installation is simple and hassle free.
No problem.
The manual is quite clear and the issues most relevant forum Steinberg is very satisfactory.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

My PC: P4 3 GHz, Intel motherboard Rocklake, HD 80 GB S-ATA, M-audio card OmniStudio, Edirol USB Midi.
Halion works very well and is very stable. When released in its version 3.0, there were stability problems (note stuck, crash etc ...). But since version 3.1, nothing to say, it is solid as a rock. From the perspective of performance, depending on the hardware used, but in my setup, nothing to say, I'm not arrive has its limits.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year and this is my main instrument vst.
The sound library comes with is very good and makes a good start without having to jog immediately after the samples. The possibilities of this sampler are very varied and quite simple to be implemented.

In short, it's a pretty good tool comfortable to use.

If it again I think I buy it.
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Steinberg HALion 3Published on 03/16/08 at 17:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Yes.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The problem is not from my machine configuration. Soft slow. Interface ugly death. One must delve into the doc to master. Definitely not intuitive. Too bad for a sampler. I do not understand ergonomics, if a. Dcevantes performance. J'espre that the next version fixes this.

OVERALL OPINION

Not ergonomic at all. Soft really bad. Pay for its expensive option that is not accessible to a mouse click. Rtif software, can not be easily apprhender.
Repeat this choice, no.
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberg
  • Model: HALion 3
  • Series: HALion
  • Category: Virtual Samplers/Sample Players
  • Added in our database on: 07/09/2008

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