Re: [LAU] Recommended near-realistic strings section generator?

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To: Jonathan E. Brickman <jeb@...>
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Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 - 9:53 am

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I've bought the prosonus strings .gig from bigfishaudio.com, it costs 50
dollars (IIRC) and provides 5 .gig files:
String section
Double-Bass
Cello
Viola
Violin

Each if the files has about 8 different dynamics, pizzi, tremolo, marcato,
and more, and are all multi-layer sampled.

They all load in linuxsampler, just make sure your getting the .gig
gigasampler version! (There's also a kontact lib or something).

If you want sound samples, there are some on the page on bigfishaudio, and
some on my SoundCloud: can link if you wish.

Hth, -Harry

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I've bought the prosonus strings .gig from bigfishaudio.com, it costs 50 dollars (IIRC) and provides 5 .gig files:
String section
Double-Bass
Cello
Viola
Violin
Each if the files has about 8 different dynamics, pizzi, tremolo, marcato, and more, and are all multi-layer sampled.
They all load in linuxsampler, just make sure your getting the .gig gigasampler version! (There's also a kontact lib or something).
If you want sound samples, there are some on the page on bigfishaudio, and some on my SoundCloud: can link if you wish.
Hth, -Harry

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[LAU] Recommended near-realistic strings section generator?, Jonathan E Brickman, (Tue May 20, 2:28 am)
Re: [LAU] Recommended near-realistic strings section generat..., Harry van Haaren, (Tue May 20, 9:53 am)
Re: [LAU] Recommended near-realistic strings section generat..., Jonathan E Brickman, (Tue May 20, 7:01 pm)