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" Really Great!"

Sample Modeling The Sax BrothersPublished on 09/27/11 at 00:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-The installation is done it without problems?
A. Pdf is included with each instrument on how to install it. Integration into the Kontakt player is well explained.

-What is the configuration of your computer?
Win7 64bit home premium
Intel Core i5 750
8 Gb RAM
Roland Sonic Cell

Overall latency of 5.3 ms

The software works, he correctly on this configuration?
No problem!

-How long have you use it?
Less than 1 week

-Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not tried, but heard yes.
One of those that were most natural, human.

-What is so special that you like most and least?
+ + The dynamic is not controlled by velocity, but by the CC11......
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-The installation is done it without problems?
A. Pdf is included with each instrument on how to install it. Integration into the Kontakt player is well explained.

-What is the configuration of your computer?
Win7 64bit home premium
Intel Core i5 750
8 Gb RAM
Roland Sonic Cell

Overall latency of 5.3 ms

The software works, he correctly on this configuration?
No problem!

-How long have you use it?
Less than 1 week

-Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not tried, but heard yes.
One of those that were most natural, human.

-What is so special that you like most and least?
+ + The dynamic is not controlled by velocity, but by the CC11 (expression).
So we just make real crescendos.
+ + The keyswitches are with crossfade, ie have the maintenance notes and the effect is heard now, no need to re-attack the note.
+ + Effects natural control. It just gradually add growl sound, flutter tongue, even make it a little wrong when the dynamics vary greatly.

Of course there are editing required, but the result is well worth it!

Even more effective used with a breath or wind controller.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Again!
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Sample Modeling The Sax BrothersPublished on 10/01/09 at 13:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
RAS

MacPro and MacBook Pro October 2009, RAS

Bon ben I cracked and I have all their products. Well I RPTE is enjoyable with a Controller wind. Soon, they come and a trombone slide. ARGH, I have a rection ...
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  • Manufacturer: Sample Modeling
  • Model: The Sax Brothers
  • Category: Virtual saxophones
  • Added in our database on: 07/22/2009

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