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Native Instruments Kontakt Sax & Brass
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" To drink and eat!"

Native Instruments Kontakt Sax & BrassPublished on 03/11/11 at 12:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The installation is done it without problems?

No worries, everything was done quickly!

Have you experienced any incompatibilities?

No, it turns nickel!

The general configuration is easy?

Like all other NI products, easy to understand!

The manual is clear and sufficient?

Pdf but just right! It may be useful to read to understand how sounds are made.

What is the configuration of your computer?

Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo SU7300 (1.3 GHz), 3GB of RAM Line 6 UX2.

The software works he correctly on this configuration?

Everything runs so very flexible! No concern so far encountered. The instruments are more or less time to load but it is played to the biggest, in the order......
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The installation is done it without problems?

No worries, everything was done quickly!

Have you experienced any incompatibilities?

No, it turns nickel!

The general configuration is easy?

Like all other NI products, easy to understand!

The manual is clear and sufficient?

Pdf but just right! It may be useful to read to understand how sounds are made.

What is the configuration of your computer?

Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo SU7300 (1.3 GHz), 3GB of RAM Line 6 UX2.

The software works he correctly on this configuration?

Everything runs so very flexible! No concern so far encountered. The instruments are more or less time to load but it is played to the biggest, in the order of 10 seconds max!

For how long have you been using it?

Since December 2010.

Did you try many other models before getting this one?

No VSTi for wind instruments! I needed it for a full night com, I bought on a whim and with a coupon of 25 €!

What thing do you like most/least about it?

I like the simplicity of use! For example Cubase, I run a midi track, I include a VST, Kore a session starts, I choose my instrument and go!

After all the beats are not equal! And of course, everything depends on how they are played and more importantly, mixed! I took the test to send snippets of songs or played with VSTi or samples of real instruments to musicians and friends to test the realism of this pack! What is surprising is that some who seemed amazing, were not necessarily for others, and vice versa! It is best to get an idea from listening to the demos on the NI website!

For me anyway, it's all good! And even more, for the price I paid - 24 €!
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  • Manufacturer: Native Instruments
  • Model: Kontakt Sax & Brass
  • Category: Virtual saxophones
  • Added in our database on: 12/30/2010

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Other names: kontaktsax & brass, kontaktsax&brass

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