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DOES Solo Strings have a 'ready to play' violin?
Last post Thu, Sep 15 2005 by Rob Elliott, 6 replies.
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Posted on Wed, Sep 14 2005 20:19
by Lynne Moquin
Joined on Tue, May 24 2005, Toronto Suburbs, Posts 14
I'm considering getting Solo STrings to replace my Opus 2 Solo Violin in a film project. What i'm wondering is if there is a keyswitch perf.legato that is easy to play out of the box ?
I shudder to look thru all 29 gigs or put together layers, at the moment.

Thank you !
Lynne
Lynne Moquin
Posted on Wed, Sep 14 2005 20:31
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608
Lynne Moquin wrote:
I'm considering getting Solo STrings to replace my Opus 2 Solo Violin in a film project. What i'm wondering is if there is a keyswitch perf.legato that is easy to play out of the box ?
I shudder to look thru all 29 gigs or put together layers, at the moment.

Thank you !
Lynne


If you want to play legato, then "yes". However, for any instrument to sound the least bit convincing you will have to be prepared to use multiple articulations.

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Posted on Thu, Sep 15 2005 04:30
by Lynne Moquin
Joined on Tue, May 24 2005, Toronto Suburbs, Posts 14
I found the articulations listed at the VSL site.
I think it will be possible to be 'the least bit convincing' with this.

Lynne
Lynne Moquin
Posted on Thu, Sep 15 2005 05:17
by Nick Batzdorf
Joined on Tue, Apr 29 2003, Los Angeles, Posts 2546
The Basic All programs are all ready to play.

(I assume Solo Strings has those - the First and Pro Editions have them for every instrument.)
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Posted on Thu, Sep 15 2005 13:54
by Lynne Moquin
Joined on Tue, May 24 2005, Toronto Suburbs, Posts 14
Nick thanks,
so there is a Basic All.
Perfect. I'm sold.
Lynne Moquin
Posted on Thu, Sep 15 2005 14:58
by Rob Elliott
Joined on Sun, Feb 02 2003, Salt Lake City, UT, Posts 1654
Lynne,

Yes use the Basic all - write the line with the sus one and then piecemeal in the correct articulations. Takes time by the results are good.
Rob
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