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Which Vienna library are these samples from?
Last post Mon, Apr 10 2017 by alimu, 3 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Apr 09 2017 01:59
by alimu
Joined on Wed, Jul 15 2015, Posts 2

Hello,

First time posting so sorry if I'm in the wrong section. I recently obtained some samples from a video game from 2008 and have reason to believe that these strings and trumpets are from a Vienna library. Could someone please confirm?

Thank you very much in advance!

Here are the sounds: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9Yj0QrIdf_zUGN3YnJGLVFtVkk

Posted on Mon, Apr 10 2017 18:38
by MassMover
Joined on Mon, Sep 29 2008, Posts 236

Even if they were - which would be a copyright infringement - the downsampling and bit-reduction make them sound so bad, that it is rather irrelevant from which library they might possibly originate.

Posted on Mon, Apr 10 2017 18:48
by alimu
Joined on Wed, Jul 15 2015, Posts 2

Thanks for your response! I don't know the full policy of VSL, but almost all major companies have a sampling policy specifically for video games (especially older ones where the game music is sequenced and samples are necessary for sound production via the game's internal engine). 

But regardless of that, I just found that the sforzando trumpet in Kontakt (which has very downgraded VSL instruments) does remind me of this trumpet. Do we know the equivalent of those sounds in the actual VSL products?

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