Yeah, I keep wavering on whether to go for Trio Broz Cello. I want a dedicated cello (I don't have any right now, beyond Kontakt factory library and some other rompler patches) and it seems reasonable at $79. I've read the various cello threads here at VI Control, but don't think I need something as fully featured or expensive as Virharmonic or Chris Hein - I want something relatively cheap and easy to play (as befits my skill level). Really, I'm just trying to pick between this and the Guo Legato.Anybody have input on Trio Broz? It's the dark horse in the field of solo strings, maybe it's a hidden gem.
I have Trio Broz, and never did get past the fact that you can't play the longs polyphonically, and have since gotten solo strings I like better. They do have an appealing, warm tone and I think the cello is the best of the set. They're okay.Anybody have input on Trio Broz? It's the dark horse in the field of solo strings, maybe it's a hidden gem.
They pretty much share the same philosophy as the Trio Broz. The sound is on the warm and intimate side. Nothing harsh sounding here. To me, they will probably shine more with small ensembles, and will serve no special purpose in "epic" pieces.I am sorely tempted to get the solo winds during this sale.
You should have an email from Fluffy that has download links with codes specific to your purchase. In my case there are 11 links, one of them (Dominus Choir Patch.rar) is for the engine the others are for the samples.Where can one obtain that update?
Nope, tried that before posting, but the links are no linger valid after all this time. But thanks for the suggestion.I *think* you can simply download the "Patch" link to replace the Kontakt engine's .nkr, .nki, and .nkc files.
I've had Fluffy Audio's Scoring Piano (Hamburg Steinway B - 6'11") for just on 18 months. Fantastic sampled piano. Very warm, natural & resonant, and the 3 mic perspectives really give a different flavour to the tone. Plenty of dynamics too. Although the sampling seems more focussed on the pp/p/mp range (which many other sampled pianos don't do well) it can still 'bite' when needed. Highly recommended as both a playing & recording sampled piano. Oh, and the developer Paolo is one of the nicest guys in the business too!Has anyone ever tried Scoring Piano? Is it worth buying?
Awesome in depth reviews..you said you like to nitpick, so here's a little one..did you mean summery, as in nice weather, or summary as in conclusion?My little reviews. The long and the short, Dominus is amazing and Rinascimento is very good and I will review other stuff someday. ;P