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All low with a big big sound - Reviews Spectrasonics Trilian

The installation is tedious because of multiple bedrooms patches to be applied to soft, his bank and its presets. Spectrasonics could do better, even if things go well eventually.


Core i7, 16 GB of RAM in Windows 7 and Studio One 2.5: no stability problem but 16GB of RAM are welcome to manage patches that are sometimes larger than 2 GB, and take time to load. Fortunately, I often have a bass in my songs ...


I use it for 4-5 years and I must say that it remains a benchmark for virtual bass with a quality / price excellent end to the extent that it has all the bass sounds required in one soft. Bass of Trilian remains also the most beautiful I've ever seen in the virtual world.

And it sounds big! Sometimes too, so that he must cut things in EQ.

Defects, however, are to be sought in the overall heaviness of the interface and programs: must juggle the joints, which is a bit tedious when you're used to the lightness and intelligence programming bass SCARBEE . Nothing serious though, but I think the app is improved.

Otherwise, its interaction with Omnisphere is a great idea, making the duo a sound machine that ridicules the most competitive products that come from soft or hardware.