Considering picking this up while still on special...anyone with pros or cons?
Yeah the transposed patch sounded very cool.part of the idea is transposing them an octave to get massive horns in case one has not checked the vids...Seeing if anyone has had experience with this library.
I mean a mixture of non identical timbres sounds more "musical" (imo), more complex as in "ear candy", that might prove more usable.Better results in what regard?
First thanks for taking the time to check out the video...After watching the videos, I got the impression that having that many of an identical timbre isn't necessarily interesting. Maybe something like Majestica (with mixed groups) would give better results?
Probably depends on what you're trying to accomplish, yes?Yeah the transposed patch sounded very cool.
I mean a mixture of non identical timbres sounds more "musical" (imo), more complex as in "ear candy", that might prove more usable.
Definitely! I passed on the 66 Tubas, Double basses, Majectica (& HZS) for the reasoning I outlined above. In the Century Brass videos, they play an excerpt combining the Horns a12, a6, a2 & solo patches, and that sounds more "interesting" and "useful to me. Then if you have two or three voices, to one you add the 3 Trps patch, and the other the 3 Bones, having modular groups to design the mega sound.Probably depends on what you're trying to accomplish, yes?
Well, the Aquaman 1 trailer used this. (this is just the orchestra stem)But if you wanna be the one scoring the Aquaman 2 trailer then for sure, go ahead and buy 66 tubas, that's the name of the game right now.