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Digidesign Xpand! 2
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Digidesign Xpand! 2

Virtual Sound Module from Digidesign .

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« Xpand 2 review »

Publié le 07/25/11 à 08:53
I didn't experience compatibility issues with this product, and i didn't use the user manual because the plugin is really easy to use.

The main functions are easy accessible like choosing a preset, change its cutoff filter, add reverb, etc.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

This plugin works correctly and it is real stable and it doesn't use much cpu power of the computer.

I dont use it much i got it with my 003 rack & protools, but it has some pretty good presets but they sound better when layered or edited.

OVERALL OPINION

I like some of the sounds in xpand 2, i use them once in a while, but skipping through the sounds is real annoying as it doesn't have a "next" button. you have to go in the list over and over again to pick the next sound.

I got the plugin when i purchased protools, its an okay product, but some sounds sound a bit cheap.
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