To be honest, I have not used it in a project since my last post, because I haven't had much time for personal projects and my only paid work recently has been on an old friend's album with just piano and strings sections. My project before that was for a brick and mortar store, with only wooden percussion. So, yeah, no brass.@Evans How are you finding MSB 6 months later now?
Not a lot of reviews or demos or videos out there about it. One person here mentioned they thought it had a metallic sound (but wouldn’t that be expected given it is…brass?). After using Modern Scoring Strings, the flexibility of AB’s engine and attention to detail would’ve made me think MSB could be quite good (also on sale right now).
Call me crazy, i thought it was already in that range but I've had more and more curiosity about user experiences and demos with it since my satisfaction with MSS48 hour 50% off sale happening on this now. $399 certainly makes this competitive and a more interesting option.
I think it was like $469 or something previously (on sale). Same core engine and sampling philosophy as MSS - and I believe @dxmachina is a brass player (I read that somewhere on their forum), so I imagine that had a lot to do with what they've achieved.Call me crazy, i thought it was already in that range but I've had more and more curiosity about user experiences and demos with it since my satisfaction with MSS