Re: [LAU] What kind of sample(er)s etc for classical music

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To: Lorenzo <lsutton@...>
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Date: Sunday, November 1, 2009 - 10:27 pm

On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Lorenzo wrote:

Yeah, it's disappointing for those of us that were long time GS users
to see what happened Gst after it was bought by Tascam. Bad management
along with a bad economy took its toll and the long time sampler died.

Personally I would confuse the Gig format with the ability to use it.
I expect that Kontakt will support it as long as that product or a
successor survives. Kontakt is probably my next big purchase but I'm
not active enough right now to warrant the cost.

As for orchestral samples there are lots. Garritan makes a fairly low
cost player that actually gets bundled with some other products. I got
a copy with a recent Acid Pro update. In orchestral I don't think it
makes sense to go cheap. If you have (very) deep pockets then look
into the Vienna suites.

Good luck,
Mark
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