Sonic State Studio / Virtual/Soft synths / (OLIVER WITTCHOW ) NANOLOOP

Average rating: 9.6/10 out of 10

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Markku Immonen a hobbyist user from Finland writes:
Wot can I say...had mine for a year now, this little beast really creeps in thy heade:) User-hostile UI, but it's so small, you can take it everywhere!! Awesome crappy beats and sounds, true space junk fidelity, rrrrrude and primitive, xpect no smooth filters here(none available...)GB Classic delivers more boom and level, others are ok!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 20-Oct-04 at 10:0
david rodriguez a part-timer user from san diego CA writes:
for got to say that this is the only piece of hardware I'll ever need...(by need I mean buy).. at least until the manufacturers get their heads out of their asses..

posted Friday, 09-May-03 at 0:9
david rodriguez a part-timer user from san diego CA writes:
This is the most amazing thing.. Its not going to give you those cool strings sounds that moby uses. actually It might I havent really checked yet.. but thats not what this is for.. It is the perfect sequencer for those lofi drum and bass patterns I have always been looking for. and you can seperate the sounds you make into two channels for effects proccessing.. and you can sync it to midi..but you cant use it as a sound module.. i was using it with the old grey gameboy that came out in 89 and the sound with the bass was perfect.. I love it.. but that game boy stoped working so I bought the new gameboy sp for it ...75 dollars on ebay with the shipping..I had the dr-202 before this and after a week with this I sold the 202 and never looked back..The 202 could never geive me the sounds I can get on this. but If you want those trip hop or hip hop drum kits This will hardly do.. for that I use a software sampler and reason..

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Friday, 09-May-03 at 0:9
birdbrain a hobbyist user from korea writes:
just started using nanoloop. i can easily make sequences, but editing the sound and stringing the sequences into a song loses me as of yet. i would like to see a more indepth manual and some tutorials.

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 07-May-03 at 2:32
alexander seitz a Professional user from germany writes:
best tool i ever bought. biggest fun ever to make music.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 17-Jan-02 at 9:12
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