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64% Off: Adventure Brass by MusicalSampling

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For just $99.99 (instead of $279), get Adventure Brass by MusicalSampling!

Utilizing a Morph Stacking programming techniques, the patches allow you to perform lines “on-the-fly” without any keyswitching. Coupled with two intuitively-programmed attack variations, the ability to spontaneously craft bold brass melodies quickly has never been easier.

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Offer Ends: June 26th

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Key Features
  • 9.8 GB uncompressed (6.3 GB compressed NCW format).
  • Recorded at The Bridge in Los Angeles.
  • Section sizes: 2 Trumpets, 4 Horns, 2 Trombones, 1 Tuba.
  • Morph Stacking programming allows any note length to sound natural.
  • Recorded in traditional seating arrangement.
  • Adjustable Humanization feature.
  • To Silence feature.
  • Solo Trumpet Overlay feature.
  • True playable repetitions for trumpets.
  • Three microphone positions: Close, Room, Mixed.
  • Recorded in 48khz / 24bit.
  • Compatible with Kontakt 5.5.1 or higher (requires full version of Kontakt).
  • Receive watermarked product by Continuata Connect downloader.
 

Eptesicus

Senior Member
Oooo tempted. Still in two minds about Modern Scoring Brass. Probably not much point getting this if i get that though.

The demos for this sound incredible , i have to say. Obviously it is fairly limited in what it does though so im not sure.
 

DivingInSpace

Active Member
Oooo tempted. Still in two minds about Modern Scoring Brass. Probably not much point getting this if i get that though.

The demos for this sound incredible , i have to say. Obviously it is fairly limited in what it does though so im not sure.
Modern Scoring Brass seems to me like a totally different beast. Different section sizes, divisi, more sections, a hell of a lot more articulations etc.

I am very tempted by this as i don't really have any dedicated brass libraries.

I remember something about it being very CPU heavy in Logic, but i might be thinking of performance samples' brass. Anybody got any experience?
 

Eptesicus

Senior Member
Modern Scoring Brass seems to me like a totally different beast. Different section sizes, divisi, more sections, a hell of a lot more articulations etc.
Oh absolutely. It is also 6 times the price and user reviews seem mixed. I dont want to spend $600 and find that i don't like it.
 

Land of Missing Parts

flibbertigibbet
I remember something about it being very CPU heavy in Logic, but i might be thinking of performance samples' brass. Anybody got any experience?
Yes, Adventure Brass (and Adventure Strings) in my experience are CPU heavy in Logic using Kontakt 5. I haven't used them recently, but I believe running Vienna Ensemble Pro helps. A couple people suggested that Kontakt 6 gets better performance, but it's not clear to me if that's actually true.
 

Mucusman

Enthusiastic hobbyist
Still in two minds about Modern Scoring Brass. Probably not much point getting this if i get that though.
I see them as largely two different animals. Adventure Brass is a specialist, and I will likely be picking this up during this sale because what it specializes in, it looks to do very well. I have MSB, and it is a much broader tool than Adventure Brass. I think I could probably get close to what I'm hearing with Adventure Brass with MSB, but it's worth it to me to drop another $100 for the ease not not having to work hard to do so, when I really want that particular sound or ability. My $.02, anyway.
 

Geoff Grace

Senior Member
Oooo tempted. Still in two minds about Modern Scoring Brass. Probably not much point getting this if i get that though.

The demos for this sound incredible , i have to say. Obviously it is fairly limited in what it does though so im not sure.
Modern Scoring Brass seems to me like a totally different beast. Different section sizes, divisi, more sections, a hell of a lot more articulations etc.
Oh absolutely. It is also 6 times the price and user reviews seem mixed. I dont want to spend $600 and find that i don't like it.
I haven't tried Adventure Brass nor Modern Scoring Brass. While I think that if you're looking for a diverse and flexible brass library, you'd be hard pressed to find a better option than Modern Scoring Brass, I also imagine that Adventure Brass would be more instantly playable out of the box—at least for its specific style and instrumentation.

I hate to be one of those "get them both" people, but I think the two libraries would compliment each other nicely. (Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.)

Edit: I see that Mucusman basically said the same thing above. I'm really off my game today. I think I'd better catch up on some sleep...

Best,

Geoff
 
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Saxer

Senior Member
Yes, Adventure Brass (and Adventure Strings) in my experience are CPU heavy in Logic using Kontakt 5. I haven't used them recently, but I believe running Vienna Ensemble Pro helps. A couple people suggested that Kontakt 6 gets better performance, but it's not clear to me if that's actually true.
It's true... in Kontakt 6 no CPU spikes any more. I use it without VEPro since Kontakt 6.
 
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