Things aren't all bright and beautiful with Hypersonic, however, and not for lack of quality; there are a number of emotive and atmospheric categories in the drum and percussion family, including some dirty, high-quality dubby and acid jungle patterns, funky, soulful extras, Japanese and Indian instrument samples, ethnic Keltic bagpipes and some baritone and alto-baritone based loops. In order to avoid the customer churn that's probably caused by dopey samples used for what sounds like some kind of alternative, bluesy jazz drum kit, Wizoo have opted to include a full set of hybrid snare rolls and hi-hats that, in most cases, sound pretty good. It's not easy to create a convincing and varied sound from a single sample, but Hypersonic has a good range of vocal samples and effects that can be mixed in with the drum and percussion sounds for even more variety.
\"I wouldn't want to say that Wizoo's Hypersonic comes without shortcomings. There are a few that we're aware of. First of all, a lot of people will want to use the plug-in from the bundled VST instrument, so we't his might not behave the way they expect. It behaves differently, and they won't be able to do what they want to do, whereas if they just open it separately it will behave the same way.\"
\"Wizoo's Hypersonic does have a few limitations, such as it doesn't support projects that use more than 64 kHz in the audio data. If they use more than 64 kHz, it won't play back correctly. The higher the sample rate has gone above 64 kHz, it stops working. That's because it doesn't support PCM and ADPCM. If you try to play back, the higher the sample rate, the more the processing power required to play it back.\" 7211a4ac4a