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Posted on Mon, Dec 04 2017 20:15
by HSM1
Joined on Thu, Oct 25 2012, Frankfurt, Germany, Posts 33

Originally Posted by: fahl5 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post


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Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast


Spiccatissimo
Spiccato
Spiccato Exposed
Staccato
Staccato Bold
Martele FFF
Portato Short
Portato Long
Repetitions slow/fast
Blurred Spiccato
Blurred Staccato
Blurred Portato


Flageolet Sustain
Sustain Soft
Sustain Immediate
Sustain Accented
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Short expr.)
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Long expr.)


Sul Ponticello Leg
Sul Ponticello Tremolo
Sul Ponticello Tremolo Accented
Sul Ponticello Staccato
Sul Ponticello Sustain
Sul Tasto Legato
Sul Tasto Portato Short
Sul Tasto Portato Long
Sul Tasto Sustain Immediate
Sul Tasto Sustain Soft
Sul Tasto Tremolo

Just wait for Synchron-Strings II to have most of the Articulations covered. Synchron-Strings I is of course the basic set.

However it even seems to me that each of the Articulations in Synchron-Strings I has much more "under the hood" that the simple "list" of single artticulations is no longer the right reference to compare.

 

Hopefully in the near future 2025 or 2027, Synchron-Strings version VI probably!

  

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Dimension Strings, Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings, Spitfire Audio Symphonic Strings,
Hollywood Strings, LA Scoring Strings, Hollywood Brass, Symphonic Choirs, Symphonic Orchestra
Posted on Mon, Dec 04 2017 22:15
by Pixelpoet1985
Joined on Fri, Dec 23 2016, Germany, Posts 258

@HSM1

I think VSL has one of the best legatos out there. The "problem" is only to set up a matrix which is very time-consuming. But I like and appreciate it, and for me it has so many advantages compared to other libraries. When you buy a non-VSL library, you have a fixed articulation mapping.

I do not own any other library (apart from Composer Cloud X), but I watched many review videos only to understand how articulations in other libraries are mapped. In VI (Pro) you can do everything, you can set up your own behaviours via crossfading, speed or velocity. Endless possibilites, this is far superior to everything else in my opinion.

Orchestral Strings has, in fact, nearly all the articulations you mentioned in your post. You can "copy" each (!) while combining patches. And the best thing is probably the performance trills, so you do not need to switch to a trill articulation. I miss that in other libraries, some have very bad fast legatos as well.

I hope there will be a kind of performance trills in the Synchron Series.

Posted on Mon, Dec 04 2017 23:57
by daviddln
Joined on Tue, Feb 25 2014, Posts 197

There is a new demo on Guy Bacos's website called "The Hatchling" which is written for strings. Maybe the Synchron Strings I ?

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Komplete Kontrol S-88, Focusrite Clarett 4Pre
Logic Pro X, Finale 26
Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 00:18
by Lotias
Joined on Tue, Sep 20 2016, Posts 16

I keep seeing posts asking about articulations that are literally already listed on the page...





Legato – regular
8 velocity layers


Legato – slurred
8 velocity layers


Legato – fast
8 velocity layers, 6 variations


 

Slurred legato is there.

Fast legato is there.

The fast legato has 6 variations - that makes it also work as a performance trill. That was the whole point of performance trills; many different legato transitions so you don't get machine gunning on trills.

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 00:49
by Guy Bacos
Joined on Sun, Jan 16 2005, Quebec, Canada, Posts 1993

Originally Posted by: daviddln Go to Quoted Post

There is a new demo on Guy Bacos's website called "The Hatchling" which is written for strings. Maybe the Synchron Strings I ?

 

Clever.

Now offline. 

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 01:03
by William
Joined on Sun, Nov 24 2002, USA, Posts 5561

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: fahl5 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post


.
Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast


Spiccatissimo
Spiccato
Spiccato Exposed
Staccato
Staccato Bold
Martele FFF
Portato Short
Portato Long
Repetitions slow/fast
Blurred Spiccato
Blurred Staccato
Blurred Portato


Flageolet Sustain
Sustain Soft
Sustain Immediate
Sustain Accented
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Short expr.)
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Long expr.)


Sul Ponticello Leg
Sul Ponticello Tremolo
Sul Ponticello Tremolo Accented
Sul Ponticello Staccato
Sul Ponticello Sustain
Sul Tasto Legato
Sul Tasto Portato Short
Sul Tasto Portato Long
Sul Tasto Sustain Immediate
Sul Tasto Sustain Soft
Sul Tasto Tremolo

Just wait for Synchron-Strings II to have most of the Articulations covered. Synchron-Strings I is of course the basic set.

However it even seems to me that each of the Articulations in Synchron-Strings I has much more "under the hood" that the simple "list" of single artticulations is no longer the right reference to compare.

 

Hopefully in the near future 2025 or 2027, Synchron-Strings version VI probably!

  

 

Whoah!  I'm impressed.  This guy got a list of articulations from his "Beginning Orchestration" book. 

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 01:31
by daviddln
Joined on Tue, Feb 25 2014, Posts 197

Originally Posted by: Guy Bacos Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: daviddln Go to Quoted Post

There is a new demo on Guy Bacos's website called "The Hatchling" which is written for strings. Maybe the Synchron Strings I ?

 

Clever.

Now offline. 

Wow, the strings sound really good. And great composition. Congratulations. I can't wait!

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Komplete Kontrol S-88, Focusrite Clarett 4Pre
Logic Pro X, Finale 26
Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 03:20
by Sami Boman
Joined on Wed, Mar 23 2005, Jyväskylä, Finland, Posts 199
Originally Posted by: Eptesicus Go to Quoted Post

No one made VSL do this, other than VSL themselves.


I apologize for repeating myself, but this is exactly the point why I don't understand all this complaining. Neither did VSL make anyone to buy anything before more things were made aware for the buying customers. Buyers themselves made their desicions. No one forced them. I don't mean to be rude, just fair.
Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 10:53
by LAJ
Joined on Sun, Dec 13 2009, Posts 524

Originally Posted by: Sami Boman Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Eptesicus Go to Quoted Post
No one made VSL do this, other than VSL themselves.
I apologize for repeating myself, but this is exactly the point why I don't understand all this complaining.

Hello Sami,

first of all ... If you did not purchase the product in Oct or Nov, you ...

- do not have to apologize,
- do not have to understand and
- do at least not have to repeat

... and that is pretty good for you.

In short: VSL gave us a clear deliverymonth (November) but the product was not delivered. The delay caused confusion not only on customer-side, but as one could see it was even a problem for the retailers in dealing with the right pricing.

What should be made different for the next time? No deliverydate, no deliverymonth, but the "Dimension-way": "Pay now and we deliver the product as soon as it will be finished". That worked perfect for the DS 1-Promo and did not cause any issues for customers and retailers even for years.

The great support of this firm has to be pointed out underlined here :)

Let us finish the topic right here!

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 11:40
by HSM1
Joined on Thu, Oct 25 2012, Frankfurt, Germany, Posts 33

Originally Posted by: William Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: fahl5 Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post


.
Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast


Spiccatissimo
Spiccato
Spiccato Exposed
Staccato
Staccato Bold
Martele FFF
Portato Short
Portato Long
Repetitions slow/fast
Blurred Spiccato
Blurred Staccato
Blurred Portato


Flageolet Sustain
Sustain Soft
Sustain Immediate
Sustain Accented
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Short expr.)
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Long expr.)


Sul Ponticello Leg
Sul Ponticello Tremolo
Sul Ponticello Tremolo Accented
Sul Ponticello Staccato
Sul Ponticello Sustain
Sul Tasto Legato
Sul Tasto Portato Short
Sul Tasto Portato Long
Sul Tasto Sustain Immediate
Sul Tasto Sustain Soft
Sul Tasto Tremolo

Just wait for Synchron-Strings II to have most of the Articulations covered. Synchron-Strings I is of course the basic set.

However it even seems to me that each of the Articulations in Synchron-Strings I has much more "under the hood" that the simple "list" of single artticulations is no longer the right reference to compare.

 

Hopefully in the near future 2025 or 2027, Synchron-Strings version VI probably!

  

 

Whoah!  I'm impressed.  This guy got a list of articulations from his "Beginning Orchestration" book. 



Senior people are not inaccessible but you still have to do the work on Orchestration's book :) ... It's blong to the Berlin Strings as well as Spitfire Audio Chamber/Symphonic Strings.

http://softwarearchitectblogs.wordpress.com/

Dimension Strings, Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings, Spitfire Audio Symphonic Strings,
Hollywood Strings, LA Scoring Strings, Hollywood Brass, Symphonic Choirs, Symphonic Orchestra
Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 14:54
by SJSF
Joined on Sat, Sep 18 2010, Posts 499

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

"...only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously."

Short note attacks, more articulations, better sound... these things were what drove me to getting some of the libraries you mentioned. I've had enough experience working in software support, UI, product magement, UX, consulting, and even some development (all of which I didn't want to have to learn) that I now have an involuntary quiet chuckle when I hear "take user feedback seriously". This "not listening" thing is a disease. It spreads.

You hit a nerve. lol

As for your articulation list, I couldn't agree more. Synchron has great value without them to be sure. And who knows, we may see them in SS2. But it goes without saying that most everyone would love one library to rule them all. Consistent ensemble samples, playing techniques, and template architecture would make life a lot easier. And if I could have my samples anywhere, I'd have them in VI-Pro by a long shot. I trust Synchron Player will likely live up to the same expectations. I just hope Martin developed it. Years ago I spoke with him and the guy just gets it... completely.

-Sean

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 16:34
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Göttingen, Posts 956

Originally Posted by: SJSF Go to Quoted Post

As for your articulation list, I couldn't agree more. Synchron has great value without them to be sure. And who knows, we may see them in SS2. But it goes without saying that most everyone would love one library to rule them all. Consistent ensemble samples, playing techniques, and template architecture would make life a lot easier. And if I could have my samples anywhere, I'd have them in VI-Pro by a long shot. I trust Synchron Player will likely live up to the same expectations. I just hope Martin developed it. Years ago I spoke with him and the guy just gets it... completely.

-Sean

You know that VSL like nearly no one else cover the muted articulations in form of mearly complete paralell articulationsets as they have done in Solostrings I+II, Chamber Strings I+II and Dimension Strings I+II.

You know that Berlin Orchestratools have no original sordinopatches at all !!! (Just to completly compare "listing") but use a very artificial sounding filter solution. And Spitfire might have one or another more or less experimental sophisticated patchname invented, but when it come to the basic bread and butter articulation (which is obviously what is all about in Synchron Strings I) there are still enough problems discussed especially when it comes to the legato scripts. I do not want to debase both Libraries which belong of course  to the better developed among Orchestra or Stringsample-libraries on the market. But I fear they still leave more than enough reason to wait for Synchronstrings in VSL Quality.

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four parallel interpretations of ambitious classical scores with up to twelve different Libraries

http://beethoven.resampled.de
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http://klassik-resampled.de
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Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 20:05
by SJSF
Joined on Sat, Sep 18 2010, Posts 499

Originally Posted by: fahl5 Go to Quoted Post

And Spitfire might have one or another more or less experimental sophisticated patchname invented, but when it come to the basic bread and butter articulation (which is obviously what is all about in Synchron Strings I) there are still enough problems discussed especially when it comes to the legato scripts.

Believe me, I'm aware. I called Spitfire out on years of unmet promises for legato fixes on vi-control. I'm sure they hated me for it, but making a promise on sale day and ignoring customers for a few years... it was bound to happen from me or someone else. I know VSL isn't keen on talking about other libraries here. But I feel that just has to be said given the complaints about the Synchron delay. No offense folks (everyone), but you don't know the meaning of delay compared to some of the experiences some of us have been through with other companies. 

That said, I wouldn't dismiss other companies at bread and butter basics. The attacks and various lengths of short articulations were half of what prompted my ever looking outside VSL several years ago. The other half was never getting consistent EQ & reverb results with VSL's brass and any low or loud instruments. Where I didn't care for VSL's presets (any of them) it took me years to find a sweet spot I really love. With one resolved, getting the basics right is what I'm most careful to listen for in Synchron.

Personally, I just hope that Synchron Brass will still be like the Dimension series and be fully modular. Berlin Brass is the company to beat right now. The real question of samples these days is who sounds better and has sampled more deeply. Given the details of Synchron Strings, I'm pretty sure Orchestral Tools is about to get blown out of the water. Not that this is a war... but I like the pirate ship visual. Either way, it's well worth waiting.

Dear VSL, I check the site every day for demos... multiple times a day. You guys have turned me into a broken record. Thanks a lot! 

-Sean

Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 20:16
by HSM1
Joined on Thu, Oct 25 2012, Frankfurt, Germany, Posts 33

Originally Posted by: SJSF Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

"...only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously."

Short note attacks, more articulations, better sound... these things were what drove me to getting some of the libraries you mentioned. I've had enough experience working in software support, UI, product magement, UX, consulting, and even some development (all of which I didn't want to have to learn) that I now have an involuntary quiet chuckle when I hear "take user feedback seriously". This "not listening" thing is a disease. It spreads.

You hit a nerve. lol

As for your articulation list, I couldn't agree more. Synchron has great value without them to be sure. And who knows, we may see them in SS2. But it goes without saying that most everyone would love one library to rule them all. Consistent ensemble samples, playing techniques, and template architecture would make life a lot easier. And if I could have my samples anywhere, I'd have them in VI-Pro by a long shot. I trust Synchron Player will likely live up to the same expectations. I just hope Martin developed it. Years ago I spoke with him and the guy just gets it... completely.

-Sean

 

Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast


Spiccatissimo
Spiccato
Spiccato Exposed
Staccato
Staccato Bold
Martele FFF
Portato Short
Portato Long
Repetitions slow/fast
Blurred Spiccato
Blurred Staccato
Blurred Portato


Flageolet Sustain
Sustain Soft
Sustain Immediate
Sustain Accented
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Short expr.)
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Long expr.)


Sul Ponticello Leg
Sul Ponticello Tremolo
Sul Ponticello Tremolo Accented
Sul Ponticello Staccato
Sul Ponticello Sustain
Sul Tasto Legato
Sul Tasto Portato Short
Sul Tasto Portato Long
Sul Tasto Sustain Immediate
Sul Tasto Sustain Soft
Sul Tasto Tremolo

http://softwarearchitectblogs.wordpress.com/

Dimension Strings, Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings, Spitfire Audio Symphonic Strings,
Hollywood Strings, LA Scoring Strings, Hollywood Brass, Symphonic Choirs, Symphonic Orchestra
Posted on Tue, Dec 05 2017 20:32
by esperlad
Joined on Thu, Nov 07 2002, Posts 233

I ordered my copy today. I look forward to re-recording my music!

Posted on Wed, Dec 06 2017 10:53
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Göttingen, Posts 956

 

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

"...only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously."

 You do not know the Legato of the Synchron-Strings yet.

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast

To me it seem as if they are more or less already included and more detailed and with more actual scripting than any other Library you mentioned.

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Spiccatissimo
Spiccato
Spiccato Exposed
Staccato
Staccato Bold
Martele FFF
Portato Short
Portato Long
Repetitions slow/fast
Blurred Spiccato
Blurred Staccato
Blurred Portato

Let's wait to see what is possible with the "Short notes" Patch without loading tons of only in details different patches having in mind the "New algorithms require a minimum of manual articulation switching". I would not expect that VSL will give us only one single kind of a short sample 

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Sustain Soft
Sustain Immediate
Sustain Accented
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Short expr.)
Sustain Expressive Dyn (Long expr.)

OK you still belong to those who need for each expressive variant an new patch. This is imho a quite tedious way to programm. Meanwhile there are already a bunch of different Long-Patches for Synchron Strings announced you should also here keep in mind the "New algorithms require a minimum of manual articulation switching".

Your problem seem to me that you have not yet realised, that it was VSL who reached first in the last years a point of Patch-Variety which made it absolutly necessary to develop "New algorithms require a minimum of manual articulation switching" to let the User reasonably still cover the whole possible power, without completly ocerloading his Sequencerprojects with Tracks, RAM, CPU etc. Those Libraries which still need such endless lists of different patches which all have to be loaded more or less seperately are imho still far from allowing a userfriendly usage of the power of deeply sampled libraries.

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Flageolet Sustain

Sul Ponticello Leg
Sul Ponticello Tremolo
Sul Ponticello Tremolo Accented
Sul Ponticello Staccato
Sul Ponticello Sustain
Sul Tasto Legato
Sul Tasto Portato Short
Sul Tasto Portato Long
Sul Tasto Sustain Immediate
Sul Tasto Sustain Soft
Sul Tasto Tremolo

Again more important are imho still good recorded muted patches in all types of articullations which Berlin Strings dont have at all and Spitfire only in a relative limited variety. However those articulationtypes have never been omitted in any previous VSL-libraries so I will expect them to be like muted Strings part of Synchron Strings II.

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four parallel interpretations of ambitious classical scores with up to twelve different Libraries

http://beethoven.resampled.de
currently the first four Symphonies of L.v.Beethoven completly recorded with the finest available orchestra samplelibraries (BBCSO, SSO, STO)

http://klassik-resampled.de
Currently 4330 mp3 with more than a whole Week (=more than 8 Days /=nearly 200 hours) of sample based interpretations of complete Scores from 7 Centuries
Posted on Wed, Dec 06 2017 11:40
by Pixelpoet1985
Joined on Fri, Dec 23 2016, Germany, Posts 258

Originally Posted by: HSM1 Go to Quoted Post

Actually, I do use other libraries such as Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings/Symphonic Strings and only reason I ever used anyone else was too much better legato script, short note attacks and huge detail sampled short/long articulations, etc. You didn't just take user feedback seriously.

Have you made decision yet on any usefull articulations as bellow ?

Legato Slurred, Expressive
Legato Agile
Legato Fingered
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato slow/fast

Why are you repeating this ever and ever again? I can't understand the problem... I wrote in my recent post that you can actually achieve all these articulations within VI (Pro). Of course you need a lot of time to set up a matrix first and in order to "imitate" the behaviour of another library, e. g. Berlin Strings, you have to understand how their articulation mapping is set up. When understood, you can make it on your own and even make it better because in VI (Pro) you can program your own behaviours/mappings (via speed, velocity, crossfading).

There are so many articulations and patches in the VSL string libraries... you have to experiment a bit, but, as I said, the only thing is you need time to set up your matrix. That's the only "problem". Other libraries are set up for you, in VSL you have the freedom to make it your own. :)

Posted on Wed, Dec 06 2017 20:20
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12393

Hi everybody,

Enjoy these first demos of Synchron Strings, made by the wonderful Guy Bacos and Christof Unterberger!

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Dec 06 2017 20:32
by HSM1
Joined on Thu, Oct 25 2012, Frankfurt, Germany, Posts 33

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi everybody,

Enjoy these first demos of Synchron Strings, made by the wonderful Guy Bacos and Christof Unterberger!

Best, 
Paul

Well done, very impressive! 

http://softwarearchitectblogs.wordpress.com/

Dimension Strings, Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings, Spitfire Audio Chamber Strings, Spitfire Audio Symphonic Strings,
Hollywood Strings, LA Scoring Strings, Hollywood Brass, Symphonic Choirs, Symphonic Orchestra
Posted on Wed, Dec 06 2017 20:56
by Rob Elliott
Joined on Sun, Feb 02 2003, Salt Lake City, UT, Posts 1654

Originally Posted by: Paul Go to Quoted Post

Hi everybody,

Enjoy these first demos of Synchron Strings, made by the wonderful Guy Bacos and Christof Unterberger!

Best, 
Paul

 

nice demos - the longs are telling (I like them).   shorts are easier to get 'away with things' (albiet they are strong) but the longs are solid.   Looking forward to Paul's walkthroughs (particularily the longs/legatos.)

 

I really need to hear how (all by itself) 'controllable' the non to vibrato sound is.  For me the GREAT weakness of ANY sample string section is its inability to do this convincingly without artifacts/phasing.   For me if Sample strings sit for more than a brief moment without some change to vibrato (not just xfade between sampled layers BUT vibrato and I am personlly taken out of it.)

 

And of course - is the new player going to allow me to use this in the heat of a tight schedule?

 

More and more encouraged.   Congrats VSL on what should be a success.

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