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FXpansion's software drum machine takes the 'pad sampler' concept pioneered by Akai's MPC range to new levels. Mathmagic pro edition for adobe indesign free download. 'The beatbox of your dreams is here!' The brochure proclaims. Which is nice. I was wondering when that was going to turn up. The beatbox in question is FXpansion's Guru sampling drum machine, which is constructed in software rather than hardware.
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As such, it has the advantage of offering near-seamless integration with your preferred sequencing applications, via the VST, RTAS, Rewire, Audio Units and DXi interfaces. It also has the associated disadvantage of not actually existing in any tangible, material form, and is consequently not quite as well suited to physically banging out a rhythm on as an Akai MPC or similar hardware beatbox. Guru is available for both Windows 2000 and XP, provided you have an 800MHz or better CPU, and Mac OS 10.3 or above, running on a 733MHz G4 or better.
A minimum of 384MB RAM is required, while 512 is recommended. A DVD-ROM drive is also required, as the software installs from a DVD, along with several Gigabytes of sample content from Yellow Tools, Wizoo, Groove Criminals, Gforce and others. Installation is trouble-free. You have the option to install Guru as a stand-alone application, as well as in the above-mentioned plug-in formats. A couple of mouse clicks are all it takes, and the only minor inconvenience is the time spent waiting for the rather sizeable sample library to be copied to your hard disk. Copy-protection is in the form of a simple serial number, provided with the DVD. The first time Guru is opened you're prompted for said number, after which you won't be bothered again.
No on-line activation, no USB dongles, no headaches at all — perhaps FXpansion feel that elaborate copy-protection mechanisms are more trouble than they're worth. Whatever their reasoning, it serves to make life just a little bit easier for the end user, and may earn them a little extra goodwill from customers as a consequence. A nice, printed manual is provided, complete with full-colour screen-grab illustrations. I'm aware that I always go on about printed documentation in software reviews, but I really do think it makes a difference, especially when learning your way around a new application. Guru's manual is reasonably well-written and quite comprehensive.
At the time of writing, no demo version of Guru was available to download (although some good, informative tutorial videos were). A demo version is planned, and will hopefully be available by the time you read this, or shortly thereafter.