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Last post Sat, Jul 18 2020 by PaoloT, 4 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Jul 17 2020 21:00
by 147475
Joined on Sun, Jul 12 2020, Posts 3

Hello,

 

I am new to VSL. I purchased VSL Smart Orchestra Library, got the USB, and everything is installed. I am trying to use this with Logic Pro, and can't find anywhere in any manual to help me out. Could someone point me in the right direction in the manual where it shows how to do this? Thanks.

 

Edit: I have the Synchron player open, and now I see this isn't what I thought I purchased. I see only like 5 solo instruments, everything is clumped together in sections- so only brass, only woodwinds, etc. I am terribly afraid this is not what I was looking for. Is there not a way to select individual instruments? 

Posted on Fri, Jul 17 2020 23:42
by PaoloT
Joined on Tue, Dec 27 2016, Posts 710

The Smart Orchestra is an ensemble library. There are also some solo instruments, and others can be purchased as an extension pack.

However, if you plan to work with solo instruments, and want an entry-level library, I would suggest you the Synchronized Special Edition Vol.1 (better with the addition of Vol.1 Plus, but you can eventually get it later).

If I’m not wrong, you can ask a refund for your purchase. But before the deadline, you can play a bit more with it to see if it can be of use.

Paolo

Posted on Sat, Jul 18 2020 00:53
by 147475
Joined on Sun, Jul 12 2020, Posts 3

Thank you for the clarification! So I am looking at the different volumes of "synchronized." I see there is 7- each higher volume does not mean higher in price correct? For instance I see Volume 4 is cheaper than Volume 1. In the instrument list, where it compares the different instruments for each volume, I see Volume 7 has very little checks on any instruments- what does that mean? Thanks for the help.

Posted on Sat, Jul 18 2020 06:44
by PaoloT
Joined on Tue, Dec 27 2016, Posts 710

Each volume includes a different set of instruments. Vol. 1 is the most basic, and the others add instruments.

Paolo

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