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  • Anonymous

    UVI JazzisticPublished on 06/11/09 at 15:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    UFS format readable with UVI Workstation.

    Are available in both loops, toolkits and phrases.

    Product that requires iLok key.

    Installation a breeze. Authorization procedure a bit heavy (4 hours waiting for the license due to a server problem in my case).

    SOUND QUALITY

    There are not many instruments (bass, electric piano, electric organ, drum kits, guitar jazz) but the sound quality is certainly the appointment.

    The light tremolo electric piano and bass are to die for! By themselves they justify the purchase of the bank.

    The guitar is probably less interesting (other banks will do no doubt) and we regret very much the lack of sound in drum kits: missing therefore such a......
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    UFS format readable with UVI Workstation.

    Are available in both loops, toolkits and phrases.

    Product that requires iLok key.

    Installation a breeze. Authorization procedure a bit heavy (4 hours waiting for the license due to a server problem in my case).

    SOUND QUALITY

    There are not many instruments (bass, electric piano, electric organ, drum kits, guitar jazz) but the sound quality is certainly the appointment.

    The light tremolo electric piano and bass are to die for! By themselves they justify the purchase of the bank.

    The guitar is probably less interesting (other banks will do no doubt) and we regret very much the lack of sound in drum kits: missing therefore such a choice regarding the brushes (the first interest the bank a priori <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_cry.gif" alt="" /> ) And sounds of "tremolo" on the cymbal you sometimes hear at the end of jazz ballads.

    (Notice published after a month of use)

    OVERALL OPINION

    It seems a safe bet for a price after all, very low (one hundred euros). But the drum kits are incomplete.

    (Notice published after a month of use)
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