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dmarchepoil dmarchepoil
Publié le 09/12/06 à 02:31
Installation is no problem if not the record that is not very practical when you do not have internet on the PC.

No compatibility problems.

The configuration is fairly gnrale practice.

The manual is not extra.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Pentium IV 3GHz with 1GB of RAM
Audiophile sound card firewire

The software works parafitement on this config.

Performance is excellent because the product is not greedy trs resources.

The configuration is stable.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months.

The sounds of bass and drums sound good by applying adaptive effects.
Many opportunities for each element SETTING THE battery.
Not bad effects INTERESTED.
Lines mlodiques also very nice.
Overall an excellent product that works well with Cubase.

The report is qualitprix trs good.

With exprience, I do it again no problem this choice.
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