Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by mmjohan, Jan 18, 2017.
1- Is this template for only his demo mockups?
2- What is the system specs??
Thanks! As in multi-timbral tracks,correct? Hate those in cubase )
Logic does this brilliantly.
Even AUX tracks assigned to a multi output instrument can send midi.
Doesn't work, are you sure you did it this way?
The way I remember and confirmed by trying again is that you can only have "Summing" stacks inside a "Folder" stack.
Hmmm.. I think you might be correct. I haven't used LPX in few months, so there's a small (HUUUGE) chance that I remember incorrectly.
One of the handicaps for me in LPX is exactly this, the way it creates and handles multitimbrals. It's like rocket science to be able to control pan / volume on tracks within a multitibral.
You can put summing stacks inside folder stacks, but I don't think you can place folder stacks inside folder stacks - at least I haven't been able to.
Next time your wife says "do you really need to buy that?" show her this image... size matters.
Guesses on how many slaves ? He used to have a huge machine room.
I'm not on FB but anyone want to privately invite him over to this thread worth a try?
Updated my original comment to include more info he has given.
Anyone on FB want to ask John if he would post his 2018 template ?
Wow - this is exactly my setup as well. Except for the Logic X part - I'm a DP guy.
SSS + CSS or SCS + CSS? Curious to know what the layering adds as I wasn't sure if they'd go together well (looking into Spitfire myself right now)
I like the effect of CSSS on top of SCS myself.
SCS + CSS is a good combo
How does professionals record live orchestra when you use sample libraries with ultra over the top ensembles? You can't get that sound with just a pretty regular orchestra? Say, something like Trailer Strings etc.
my friend just dit it
lets see if we get something.
My goodness the next developer to come out with a strings library needs to name it something starting with like a J, Q, or Z or else string library discussions are just going to be posts of jumbled C's and S's.
"Has anyone tried out CCSCSS? How well does it blend with SSCCSC?"
"Moreso than SCSSCSC, but not as well as SSCSSSCCSCCSSCCCSSCCSC."
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