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Please explain "fast repetitions" to me
Last post Sat, Aug 14 2010 by jammusique, 3 replies.
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Posted on Sat, Aug 14 2010 10:33
by mail@olavbasoski.nl
Joined on Mon, Feb 04 2008, Posts 32

I've been looking over the various VSL offerings the past days. 
What I see mentioned a lot are "fast repetitions" articulations. 

Considering they're all at set tempos, 170-200 BPM or so, I'm wondering what people use these for? Or do they lock to host tempo? 
What are these valuable for? 

Thank you! 

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Posted on Sat, Aug 14 2010 10:43
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608

You use them when you want to play fast repeated notes. Wink

They don't lock to tempo, so you have to pick the correct patch that sounds good with your track. I would suggest trying them out to see whether or not they are useful to you. I find the,m particularly useful with strings, where it is quite common to have fast repeated notes.


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Posted on Sat, Aug 14 2010 13:30
by jammusique
Joined on Wed, Aug 04 2004, Paris, France, Posts 262

In the new sampler (Vienna Instruments Pro, due out any time now) we'll apparently be able to time stretch these patches!! Cake

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