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Average rating: 3.2 out of 5
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Peter lunshof a professional user from the netherlands writes:
Terratec ews64 xl Rulez... But i have one problem... the edison editor for patch files for the memory on the card

will not execute

I do not know what the cause is since my e-mail addess does not exist

it would probable be useless info but anyhow...

the card is very SPOON

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
George a professional user from U.S writes:
to put it simply this card sucks .if you want to play video games with this card its great but for digital sequencing it sucks . besides for the compatibility issue with pnp.the tec support for the card is not great considering that the person who give the advice on the card is just learning himself (lance) what it boils down to is that the card is out dated the software help in the card tells you absolutely nothing and is an inferior to other cards in its price range. i am very disappointed with the card and will advertise as much as i can to keep others from buying this piece of crap I know we all have to make a living but why not make it with at least a descant product. i am tempted to sell this piece of crap , but i wouldn't sell it to anyone who is starting a studio. so if thier are any video game players out their who wants this card i am willing to sell. n(PLEASE TAKE THIS CRAP OUT OF MY PC.)

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Marc F a part time user from UK writes:
As of 19 Dec 97, the V2 Driver software and utilities had been released. Terratec claimed

that these would fix &quot;Many of the problems present in previous versions of the drivers&quot;.

HOWEVER users are still reporting bugs with V2 software; &quot;Its more stable with V2 software but not

a great deal, and there are STILL Cubase VST problems!&quot; As of Mid-Jan 1997, Terratec admit that the SAMPLESTORE &amp; Synth software is in a BETA incarnation

but isn't ready yet - NO Emu or Akai sample read capability yet! Verdict: A piece of hardware that's been rushed out before its software

is ready - AT LEAST another 6 - 18months required to get the software and other bugs fixed!! Look elsewhere!

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Paco Onder de Linden a hobbyist user from Holland writes:
It's simply the best there is! Okay, a few probs here and there. Mainly the installation was a true hell, but when speaking of signal and noise ratios, memory untilities, etc. THIS IS THE BEST YOU CAN GET! Unlimited compatibility with games, and it runs smoothly with Cubase VST now that the update to 3.55 is out (download this from the Steinberg site at I'll be waiting for the Ed!son bankloader! Wonder how long it will take for them to get this working...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Diego a professional user from Spain writes:
The good things: Real 64 voice synth, digital in/out, very clear analog out, good tech support. Standard 72-pin SIMM memory, up to 64 mb. No expensive memory. Great FX engine, lots of "virtual" Windows audio devices mixed on the EWS - you can play WAVs with effects!! the output of RB-338 with chorus & reverb is simply incredible... The bad things: Lots of installation problems. (pnp sucks!!!!) The crystal codec, that gives SB emulation, 1 line in and 1 line out, is very noisy. No problem: use the synth, instead. Software is not finished. Crappy patch editor.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
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