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02-28-2011 03:53 AM
Yes, for the price, it sounds and perfoms outside its stature...
GET THE Tutorial DVDs !! msg if you need help finding them if yours didn't come with them in the box.
Bang for the buck, this gives some great performances and when you (like I have) have studied both the User video DVD and the Master Series DVD, then you get the very best from all this workstation has to offer.
A very modern, typically Korg sound. If you need more filter sweep depth in real time then a Virus is prob a better type of synth
OK - I mentioned the 2 DVDs you can get to really help get into tis thing. Without them, you may struggle for a few weeks/months with manuals on your lap, but the menu structure is reasonably logical, if a little cramped in the LCD display.
Korg are quite a good customer interfacing company
10-03-2010 11:54 AM
I have not used Ampliutude or the Peavey or Fender software out there, but this is quite good nonethless.
However I am selling one of my copies, so if you want a starter deal, msg me
I have used both 3LE and 4 Pro versions on windows PC and both are simple to use and easy to create some usuable and authentic tones. I think it helps having had a real hands-on with some of the REAL equipment that the software tries to emulate...!
Like many things, the better the soundcard/outboard then the better it will be ultimately, but is the same for a ny recording setup. You need a reasonable input box so it copes with any latency issues, but even a straight 1/4" to 3.5mm int you audio in gets you off the mark.
The Deluxe Rverb is quite spacious and authentic and the Tweed offering is equally nice. Good old classic 60s Marshall on tap too...
No crashes for me and I have used as standalone and as VST plugin with CubaseLE
I always hate having to get to grips with new software, but NI have a typical logical appraoch to all their apps and they are quite straightforward.
The NI website is good...
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