iZotope iDrum
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iZotope iDrum

iDrum, Instrument virtuel pour iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad de la marque iZotope appartenant à la série iDrum.

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Note moyenne :4.8( 4.8/5 sur 4 avis )
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29/03/2012

L'avis de Anonyme

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sans prob

CONTEXTE DU CHOIX

stable

ERGONOMIE ET PERFORMANCES

Bien conçu je trouves,pas de frioritures.

ça permet de se concentrer sur l'essentiel.

Refaire un amen break avec des slices de Recycle,ç'est pas mal,d'autant qu'on peut regler le volume de chaque pistes,il y a moyen de bleuffer sur ce coup la.
Ehma2Retour11/02/2010

L'avis de Ehma2Retour

iZotope iDrum
Je n'ai pas essayé ailleurs, mais sur Mac c'est simple à installer et sans souci.

Petit reproche, j'ai horreur de ça et ça m'emmerde royalement, c'est la protection anti-copie. Qui ne protège pas contre le piratage, mais qui utilise des port USB pour rien et qui oblige d'aller de site en site pour activer iLok. Enfin c'est un dongle c'est déjà ça j'ai pas à m'inquiéter en cas de plantage pour réactiver le produit.

CONTEXTE DU CHOIX

Bon sur un iMac(modele 2008) de base ça tourne sans problème et c'est hyper fluide, stable et rempli de bien d'autres superlatifs.



ERGONOMIE ET PERFORMANCES

bon ça fait pas longtemps que je l'ai, mais ça faisait longtemps que j'en cherchais une comme ça. J'en ai essayé de nombreuses autres, mais là j'ai été séduit.
Ce qui m'a plu le plus c'est la gestion des pattern, simple et intuitive et les presets fournis (surtout après avoir payé, on peut télécharger la grosse versions) qui sont de très bons points d'inspiration et d'apprentissage.

Un petit Pdf expliquant les grosses lignes, aurait été bien venu, mais je m'en suis sorti sans.

EDIT : http://www.m-audio.fr/images/global/manuals/060518_IDRUM_QS_FR02.pdf
Voilà il suffisait de chercher FIN EDIT

Je n'ai pas d'avis sur le rapport qualité prix, mais elle est dans les moins onéreuses.

Qualitativement elle me plait beaucoup, sonne plutôt bien (très electro), évolutive (ce sont des samples) et simple à utiliser (du moins ça ressemble fort au bar que j'ai connu).
La question de refaire le choix ne se pose pas, puisque c'est exactement ce que je cherchais.

De manière globale je trouve que c'est un bon produit qui vaut mieux que ses 49$
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Hatsubai02/07/2011

L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Good for electronica"

iZotope iDrum
iZotope's iDrum is a program set up for those who need a solid electronica drum kit. It's set up to be easy to use, compatible with tons of devices (including the iPad) and sound fairly solid. I should mention right now that I deal with mostly heavy metal music, but I do dabble in electronica at times. The program contains various different loops and drum kits ranging from some acoustic sounding ones to fully synthesized sounding ones. You can use this plugin either stand alone or in a DAW. I never experienced any compatibility issues while using this program. I couldn't tell you how nicely written the manual is because I never read it, but iZotope usually has great manuals. Everything is super simple to use, even in the touch interface.

iZotope really excels when it comes to compatibility and performance. First of all, this plugin is cross platform, so it'll work in both Windows and OS X. It'll also work on your favorite iDevice. Performance wise, it doesn't take up too much memory when you use it, and that's a good thing considering how precious RAM can be during the recording process. The biggest gripe I have is that this plugin is a 32 bit plugin. Considering how everyone is moving towards 64 bit DAWs and OSes, I'd like to see the next revision of this application follow suit. I've only been using this plugin for a few months, so there could be things I haven't quite discovered yet. Like I said, I'm not really an electronica guy.

When I'm creating electronica, I usually just enable Ultrabeat in Logic or something to that effect. It can do just about everything I want and then some. I also have some custom kicks, sub drops and beats such as those that I drag and drop into mixes. As a result, I don't find myself using this program all that much. I bought it with a group package, but it's probably one of the lesser used plugins in my arsenal. If you're big into electronica and rap, it'll probably work out nicely. On the other hand, it might be a bit too simple and lacking versatility that something like Ultrabeat may have.
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spiritfingers02/02/2009

L'avis de spiritfingers (contenu en anglais)

iZotope iDrum
I installed iDrum without any problems and had the program making drum beats in minutes. There were no compatibility issues because I was running the program on a Mac. This program is Mac only, will not work for PC. The general configuration is simple and when the program opens up it already has a generic beat to start working with. I never read the manual for the software because all the programming is infront of you. I have consulted the help software within the program which I found to be very helpful.

I am running iDrum on my Mac G4 17" Powerbook. The computer has an intel processor and Apple loseless soundcard. The software works correctly with this configuration, and I have never had the program drop out and unexpectedly quit. I am getting great performance and even use this program to perform music live. The configuration is stable, that is why I choose to use this drum machine live. It is very reliable, and produces a great sound.

I have been using iDrum for 3 years now. What I like most about the software are the number of different drum sounds and varieties of loops you are able to create. There are thousands of different kick, snare, tom, hit hit, and random percussion noises to achieve any beat you want to create. What I dislike about the software is the ability to export the loop to other media players. iDrum can create an .aif or MIDI file of your loop. I did not try any other drum loop sofware but I have used drum machines and I find iDrum to be much simpler because of its software format. I paid 50 US dollars for the software and believe it was a good price. I have gotten my money back by the amount of live music I am able to make with this software. I love this drum loop software and would recommend it to each of you!