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Edirol HQ-GM2 Hyper Canvas
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  • oliv928oliv928

    Edirol HQ-GM2 Hyper CanvasPublished on 01/25/05 at 09:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No problem.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Fuji laptop AMILO 2800 Athlon, 1GB RAM. j I t "obligquot d increase of 512MB ram to 1GB HC runs well (if it froze completely while the piece was running. impossible to move any button whatsoever either in acid or in the window of Hyper Canvas.
    So here I am not at all to agree with the elements provided in the test.
    After this upgrade hardware, more trouble: very stable configuration. Host = ACID PRO4.

    The only trouble meeting concerning the use of ACID faders that control the mixer very difficult levels of the HC. having said that the piano roll roll ca (c is true to say :-))

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months. J loves the versatility (…
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    No problem.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Fuji laptop AMILO 2800 Athlon, 1GB RAM. j I t "obligquot d increase of 512MB ram to 1GB HC runs well (if it froze completely while the piece was running. impossible to move any button whatsoever either in acid or in the window of Hyper Canvas.
    So here I am not at all to agree with the elements provided in the test.
    After this upgrade hardware, more trouble: very stable configuration. Host = ACID PRO4.

    The only trouble meeting concerning the use of ACID faders that control the mixer very difficult levels of the HC. having said that the piano roll roll ca (c is true to say :-))

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months. J loves the versatility (good range of sounds GM2). in fact it seems to be the only product on the market I'm talking to GM compatible sound module general practitioner). if any other ad ca m interested. The Roland sounds are sounds (so when we know we are not surprised). ca still seems less beautiful than the sound of JV2080.
    I like a lot of editing and the ease of handling, the presence of a chorus and a reverb per channel. the possibility of al edition audio sounds very interesting too. opportunity to save the new user's bank: Very good.
    to conclude I would say that I m ​​used for there is nothing else (except the VSC of the same brand).
    Priori sounds are better than the VSC but much less numerous. therefore uses both j! Why are there so few presets? we can find new downloadable presets?
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  • luciolisluciolis

    Edirol HQ-GM2 Hyper CanvasPublished on 03/10/05 at 23:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Install OK, no bugs

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Takes 10% CPU P4 2.66 ghz

    Sound means, but GM2 compatible 16 tracks

    OVERALL OPINION

    Big scam: 250 euros and comes with CAKEWALK SONAR 4, which costs 700 as the TTS-1
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