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EastWest Symphonic Choirs - PLAY Edition
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EastWest Symphonic Choirs - PLAY Edition

Virtual Vocalist from EastWest .

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EastWest Symphonic Choirs - PLAY EditionPublished on 04/30/10 at 13:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I had the Symphonic Choir and the NI sampler volumes I play at
30 GB of samples does not install in an instant but has no problem Drouler!
I am a regular sampler and MIDI so no worries but the play version is simpler.
no problem of compatibility of the stand alone.
English manual in pdf, a pity I like paper and is better in French
Online registration not too complicated.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

intel core duo 6600 with 3 GB DDR xp 32 sp3
SC walking my nickel but you have a Mac or a PC size to run the monster
but otherwise it's nickel
not been orderly and all is stable.
As the Previous wordbuilder is monumental

OVERALL OPINION

this is 1 year
I played a lot with keyboards......
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I had the Symphonic Choir and the NI sampler volumes I play at
30 GB of samples does not install in an instant but has no problem Drouler!
I am a regular sampler and MIDI so no worries but the play version is simpler.
no problem of compatibility of the stand alone.
English manual in pdf, a pity I like paper and is better in French
Online registration not too complicated.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

intel core duo 6600 with 3 GB DDR xp 32 sp3
SC walking my nickel but you have a Mac or a PC size to run the monster
but otherwise it's nickel
not been orderly and all is stable.
As the Previous wordbuilder is monumental

OVERALL OPINION

this is 1 year
I played a lot with keyboards roland and SRJV but it is really beyond any
you slap your sentences in wordbuilder and then you play ... and his singing ... it must work sounds and squence for the face that ts really EVIL!
otherwise relative version prcedente NI, the play brings simplicity of use increased, a cluck plug n play for designers who do not too spineless hack, it is even possible for all of the work envelopes and all the rest like a pro sampler!
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  • Manufacturer: EastWest
  • Model: Symphonic Choirs - PLAY Edition
  • Category: Virtual Vocalists
  • Added in our database on: 01/17/2009

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