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Da Capo - Is it worth a look?

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by markleake, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. clisma

    clisma Senior Member

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    Yes, the staccatos generally work well. The longs are good for pads. Simply, I never use it for any expressive lines.
     
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    markleake Recovering sale addict

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    Thanks all for the advice! I'll let you know if I do make the decision to purchase it.
     
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    markleake Recovering sale addict

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    I read through some more forum posts and reviews, and found some audio examples, and decided to save my money for something else. While I really do like the tone of the library and the hall it's recorded in, it is very limited in range in some of the patches, and the round robins I think are lacking with the shorts, which I'm noticing a lot with the brass especially (and the percussion, but wasn't really interested in it for that).

    So for me at least I think it's probably better to hold off and see what Sonokinetic have coming in the next year for more up-to-date multi-sample libraries beyond their recent woodwinds ensemble library. That will probably be a better investment for me.

    Thanks again for all of your inputs people.
     
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