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Posted on Fri, Aug 03 2018 17:03
by muziksculp
Joined on Fri, Oct 03 2003, U.S.A., Posts 404

Hi,

What is a good method, strategy, or logical organization for using Synchron Strings I, with the Synchron Player to achieve a fluid, and fast workflow in terms of articulation selection/switching  ? 

i.e. How to best take advantage of the Tree-Structure of the Synchron Player for selecting/changing/organizing the various articulations ? .... Tips on how best to use it ? ...etc. 

Thanks,

Muziksculp 

Posted on Fri, Aug 03 2018 17:21
by Guy Bacos
Joined on Sun, Jan 16 2005, Quebec, Canada, Posts 1986

Originally Posted by: muziksculp Go to Quoted Post

Hi,

What is a good method, strategy, or logical organization for using Synchron Strings I, with the Synchron Player to achieve a fluid, and fast workflow in terms of articulation selection/switching  ? 

i.e. How to best take advantage of the Tree-Structure of the Synchron Player for selecting/changing/organizing the various articulations ? .... Tips on how best to use it ? ...etc. 

Thanks,

Muziksculp 

I imagine you mean synchron strings alone, like not paired with synchron chamber strings?

Posted on Fri, Aug 03 2018 17:30
by muziksculp
Joined on Fri, Oct 03 2003, U.S.A., Posts 404

Basically General tips for using Synchron Player's Tree-Structure to select/change articulations of Synchron Strings I, but this also applies to using Synchronized Chamber Strings library as well. I'm Not referring to layering, but just the use of each Synchron Library using the Synchron Player,  how does the Tree-Structure improve over the Matrix System of the VI Player, and what is the best approach to organize patches in the new Tree-Structure, to have a fluid, logical, fast workflow when performing. 

I'm still unclear on how the Tree-Structure improves over the older Matrix System. 

Posted on Tue, Aug 07 2018 21:35
by muziksculp
Joined on Fri, Oct 03 2003, U.S.A., Posts 404

Interesting ! 

No tips, no feedback, nothing ... ? 

Hmmm... 

Posted on Wed, Aug 08 2018 07:04
by stephen limbaugh
Joined on Tue, Feb 23 2016, Los Angeles, Posts 248

I've set up my custom template in a similar manner to how I did the VIpro templates.

All of the instrument keyboards are shifted to the same range (around C4) and I keep track in my head whether the notes are +1 octave or -1 octave, +2, etc from concert pitch.

Then I organize my keyswitches to make "chords" that I can memorize.  For example, if I want   soft velocity/legato/slow, that's a C/F#/C#.  I'm a concert pianist, so moving swiftly around is fairly easy, but I could see it not being that way for someone who isn't.  Then I have a little nanoKorg Kontrol thing sitting right below my left hand, so I can easily adjust CCs for vib control.  Mod wheel does velocity.

2019 MacBook Pro, 8 core i9, 32gb RAM. Heavy Digital Audio PC slave, 6 core Xeon E5-1650, 128gb RAM. Logic 10.4.8. Mojave & Windows 10.
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