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Cinematic Studio Brass?

Consona

Senior Member
I've been needing a proper Woodwinds library for ages now. Still don't know whether to wait for CSW or just go for Spitfire Studio Winds or even Symphonic winds while they're on sale.
Your pieces with Cinewinds sound good so I'd wait for CSW. You can always buy other libraries on sale later in case CSW won't feel right to you.
 

Robert_G

It really is just an expensive hobby for me
I've been needing a proper Woodwinds library for ages now. Still don't know whether to wait for CSW or just go for Spitfire Studio Winds or even Symphonic winds while they're on sale.
Ive had the spitfire studio woodwinds core for awhile now and they are really nice with the right reverb. That being said...the extra mics that come with pro make me want to upgrade for sure at the next sale. The programming for SSt WW is really good. Regardless...if CSW is even close to the quality CSB or CSS....ill buy it for sure.
 

I like music

Senior Member
I personally like both those libraries for certain situations. I have a good buddy that did an entire albums worth of piano for a pop artist using CSP and all parties were thrilled.

Each to his own I guess...
Also pretty sure that the piano only costs about the equivalent of a cheap night out, so I find it is a great product for the price.
 

cqd

Active Member
Yeah, the piano is ok..
I wouldn't be a fan of the solo strings either..
But I find, I got Cubase in the recent sale, and CSS is a completely different beast in Cubase vs pro tools.. No latency in Cubase.. unusable in pro tools..
Was hoping the woodwinds would be out by now..cracked and got the vsl see woodwinds to tide me over until CSWW..
 
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