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Steinberg HALion 5
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Steinberg HALion 5

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

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M.Dupond M.Dupond
Published on 03/13/14 at 19:01
I miss sample, certain preset can not be loaded (version dl on the steinberg website)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

32ram i7 3.2

OVERALL OPINION

I just removed the pad I had written for clarity.

I prefer to write 5 online and be very clear.

Halion 5 allows deleted all the plug-in NI (or other, except maybe the plug-in Arturia, they are stronger in Arturia ...)

FlexPhraser short, DrumPlayer
An absolutely unique sound has Kontakt, but then really incomparable ... This is the day is night.

You also have the integrated applications has Halion Sonic which are quite nice (but clearly do not force Halion 5, which is primarily a sampler and not a series of small vst.)

Short as well as Fanzine say, if you are Cubase, you made music ELECRO (R & B, House, Techno, Film Music ...) Halion is clearly Vst to have.

To finish, if you have Halion Sonic, I strongly advice you to upgrade Halion 5 99th. Because in my Halion Sonic is shit and Halion 5 It's Magic.
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