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Last post Fri, Nov 29 2019 by JamesH, 3 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 10:25
by JamesH
Joined on Wed, Jan 30 2019, Posts 12

Hi

I just bought Cube standard, so happy!

I noticed there's updates available but these are dated older than the file I'm downloading. Am I right to assume these newer downloads include those updates? Or should I apply them anyway?

e.g Chambers Strings -  main 2013-06-23 and update 2011-12-13

Second:

In the official VSL video below at 1:45 (time linked) how do you perform those chord like rakes? Are they just slighty off grid to each other? Mine never seem to sound like this. People notmally do these at the end of a piece correct? Like a tada!

VSL Solo Strings

https://youtu.be/m00W14KqqOo?t=105

 

Cheers

Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 13:08
by michi
Joined on Sun, Dec 22 2002, vienna, Posts 516

Hello James,

Thanks for your recent purchase in our web shop!

If you're downloading with our download manager, you'll always get the newest version with all updates included.

Regarding the Video: Yes, they're programmed slighty off grid to each other, but it depends which patch you're using. Some of them are available in the Full Library, so maybe that's the difference.

I hope that helps!

All the best, Michael

Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 13:17
by JamesH
Joined on Wed, Jan 30 2019, Posts 12

Originally Posted by: michi Go to Quoted Post
Regarding the Video: Yes, they're programmed slighty off grid to each other, but it depends which patch you're using. Some of them are available in the Full Library, so maybe that's the difference.

Excellent, so I'll bin the update files thanks!

I do have Solo Strings Full from previous purchase. I expect it's more "user issue" than anything  

Be great if VSL posted more videos like this, as watching the articulations list pop on screen whilst listening gives you a great idea on how the library should be used.

Thanks Michael

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