I can´t say that i´m an expert in using the ca5000, and using the presets its coming with didnt really get me.
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the presets coming with version 1,2 are WAY better .. so are very good! Therefor i edit this review
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Then i created my first instrument on my own, containing 4 really warm and smooth samples. And wow! The ca5000´s analyze-system is superb! It kept the warmth of my sounds, and morphing between the ounds themselves works very fine.
Handling is easy, the manual is well written.
Ca5000 is an original instrument with a complex task, and it manages it. goodie!
Now i only wish that we could use loops as well. ;) putte
Being a Logic user on mac loving his vst-pluggie collection i was like "WHAT?!?!" when emagic announced that they drop vst-support - it really gave me headaches. Then the first rumours (or wishes) about a possible adapter appeared ... and hey - Angus from fxpansion was really fast in doing a really fine product giving me and others the hope to be happy using logic on osX. Without the adapter my complete switch to osX would take ages ... but now i know that i´lll go the osX-way this year.
It works fine! And it feels almost the same as using AUs. fxpansions work on the adapter is stunning and fast - they know how to do it!
I always wanted a plug like this, and if the Pro-version will be out, PhatMatik will be an absolutely perfect plugin in its very won class - jaha. The beta-updates did their job very well, BitshiftAudio was superfast in fixing the bugs and crackles... merci beaucoup. :)
As a non-drummachine fan I am really impressed. So i decided to get Attack after trying it out several times. To simply create completely new drumsounds (or sounds in general), in a very fast and easy way, and with this quality of sound, Yeah, really rocks!