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Re: promo code

Postby bkmsx » Sat Jun 27, 2015 12:29 am

eek
to say:
SOFTWARE SEEMS TO BE DONE ON SOME CHEAP CRAPPY FREE PROGRAM MAKING SOFTWARE

is missing the point and shows a lack of education in what makes this system work and what it is capable of, perhaps people who have grown up with mobile OS's and glorious bevelled aluminium and glass iphones etc. expect a little too much.

most e-kits are a piezo (50p from an eletrical shop) stuck in the middle of a pad or mesh head - it is the detection system and sound module that makes one better than the other.

shame you didn't stick with it, the hardware is (as is clearly shown everywhere) not beautiful nor bullet proof, its what simple hardware and not-so-simple software combine to allow you to do for little more than a drum vsti
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Re: promo code

Postby Drumfill » Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:58 pm

Not so beautiful product with a not so beautiful price either. £50 is respectable for the 'quality' of this product. I'm sorry but I really don't want to spend £130 on a product that someone has made in their garage.
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Re: promo code

Postby Cagy » Wed Sep 23, 2015 10:44 pm

Whow... So much negativity here...

I really like the product! Quality of the 'hardware' is fine.
The software works better as expected, the GUI might be ugly, but good programmers are not always good 'designers'.

-K
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