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What differences are between Standard and Extended?
Last post Sun, Nov 27 2005 by John DeBorde, 16 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 11:49
by Chinablu
Joined on Tue, Jul 19 2005, Milano, Italy, Posts 147
I cannot find a global comparison table.
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 11:54
by herb
Joined on Mon, Aug 05 2002, Posts 4622
sorry, the first comparison charts should be online in the next days

best
herb
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 12:09
by Chinablu
Joined on Tue, Jul 19 2005, Milano, Italy, Posts 147
herb wrote:
sorry, the first comparison charts should be online in the next days

best
herb


Thank you, Herb.

Wil all the Horizon collections (Opus, Epic Horns, French Oboe, Woodwinds etc etc) be "converted" to "VI Horizon", each with it's new AU/VST plugin?



PS - In the VI Chamber Strings you mistyped "SYMPHOIC" Wink
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 12:28
by herb
Joined on Mon, Aug 05 2002, Posts 4622
Quote:
Wil all the Horizon collections (Opus, Epic Horns, French Oboe, Woodwinds etc etc) be "converted" to "VI Horizon", each with it's new AU/VST plugin?


Every symphonic related Horizon product is part of the Symphonic Cube.
(Collections 1 to 10)


Horizon Solo Strings are part of Collection Solo Strings
Horizon Chamber Strings are part of Collection Chamber Strings
Horizon Harps are part of Collection Harps
Horizon Mallets and FX Percussion are part of Collection Percussion
Horizon French Oboe and Horizon Woodwind Ensembles are part of Collection Woodwind I
Horizon Epic Horns are part of Collection Brass II
Opus 1&2 are part of all Collections except Solo and Chamber Strings.

By the way, collection 11 will be the Saxophones. (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bariton, Bass)

best
Herb
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 12:36
by Chinablu
Joined on Tue, Jul 19 2005, Milano, Italy, Posts 147
I was indirectly asking if a VI Oups 3 is on the horizon.

5000+ euro is a lot of money for a non-professionist or a semi-professionist...

[Wink]
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 13:32
by cwillsher
Joined on Fri, Mar 04 2005, Southampton, UK, Posts 210
herb wrote:
By the way, collection 11 will be the Saxophones. (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bariton, Bass)

best
Herb


Oh wow! I actually need a Baritone for a job I'm doing tomorrrow. Any chance it will be ready? Cool

Colin
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 17:03
by John DeBorde
Joined on Fri, Jan 31 2003, Posts 69
if i own the pro and horizons already, is that content part of the standard or extended collection, or split up across both?

thanks!

john
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 17:51
by cwillsher
Joined on Fri, Mar 04 2005, Southampton, UK, Posts 210
I know it's been mentioned already that certainly the Pro Edition is split between the different VI editions. As for Horizon, I couldn't confirm that.

Colin
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 18:03
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12608
All products have a lot of additional content, and it has been split up across both standard and extended collection, using a consistent system that makes sense to all users, old and new. It´s the Vienna Instruments in combination with the samples that adds a new dimension.

The good thing is that you can use the extended collection for 30 days when you decide to get the standard collection, so you know exactly what you get with the extended collection (all patches are labeled), PLUS you can decide which instrument you want to extend.

Best, Paul
Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:11
by John DeBorde
Joined on Fri, Jan 31 2003, Posts 69
Paul wrote:
All products have a lot of additional content, and it has been split up across both standard and extended collection, using a consistent system that makes sense to all users, old and new. It´s the Vienna Instruments in combination with the samples that adds a new dimension.

The good thing is that you can use the extended collection for 30 days when you decide to get the standard collection, so you know exactly what you get with the extended collection (all patches are labeled), PLUS you can decide which instrument you want to extend.

Best, Paul


thanks Paul,

so to clarify, if i own the pro edition, and i buy the standard cube, i will need to purchase the extended collections to have access to all my pro content with the new VI. correct?

-john
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:14
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12608
Hi John,

that´s correct. And once you see what you get additionally.......

Best, Paul
Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:19
by Laurent
Joined on Thu, Sep 05 2002, Paris, Posts 337
So, your answer is "you buy your sample twice" but you get some extras ???
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:27
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12608
The Symphonic Cube contains more than double the content of the Pro Edition (800.000 Samples) - I wouldn´t call it "some extras".

This will become much clearer once the discount calculator is up.
Believe me, once you play Vienna Instruments, you want all of it (and I´m talking about real desire here).

The Vienna Symphonic Library will always be a great experience. We are currently introducing a new system (in every dimension), and we are very concerned to satisfy all our users.

Best, Paul
Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:34
by Laurent
Joined on Thu, Sep 05 2002, Paris, Posts 337
Paul wrote "The Symphonic Cube contains more than double the content of the Pro Edition (800.000 Samples) - I wouldn´t call it "some extras".

And when the articulations details will be available on the site, it will be so much more clear for us
Big Smile
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 19:36
by Laurent
Joined on Thu, Sep 05 2002, Paris, Posts 337
And I can't wait playing with the new tools !!
how comes you announce a new product that isn't available right now ?
That's not the way you use to behave ! [Wink]
Posted on Sun, Nov 27 2005 20:03
by John DeBorde
Joined on Fri, Jan 31 2003, Posts 69
Paul wrote:
Hi John,

that´s correct. And once you see what you get additionally.......

Best, Paul


what? i'll turn into some kinda zombie and instinctively have to buy it?

oh wait...i will.

nevermind.

john
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