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Musical Sampling releases Adventure Strings!

JonSolo

Not Han's Brother
Very nice. But I find it odd that this was not bundled with Adventure Brass (much like Trailer Strings were bundled with Trailer Brass). I would even understand a three-in-one bundle. But as it is, it is a bit perplexing. Not that I am complaining mind you!
 
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erica-grace

Senior Member
Sounds great! :thumbsup:

Can we please get a demonstration of:

Adventure Strings / Soaring Strings / Adventure Strings

(or vice-versa) to hear how well they would work together as part of the same cue?
 

procreative

Senior Member
Bit confused here. We have Trailer Strings that have "Adventure" patches then this. Whats the difference between Trailer Strings and Adventure Strings?
 

Blakus

Midi Magician
Bit confused here. We have Trailer Strings that have "Adventure" patches then this. Whats the difference between Trailer Strings and Adventure Strings?
The word "Adventure" in the patch name refers only to the playable nature of the programming. Aaron has also used this term to describe certain patches from his "trailer" series that have the same playable nature.

Trailer strings is recorded in a larger room with a greater number of players, seated in a wide format.

There's a hell of a lot of "Adventure" going on around here. Fun times :)
 

BL

New Member
Perhaps a "Noble Brass" legato library is in the works to go hand in hand with Adventure Brass like this does Soaring Strings.
 

JonSolo

Not Han's Brother
Perhaps a "Noble Brass" legato library is in the works to go hand in hand with Adventure Brass like this does Soaring Strings.
I was thinking from a completist point of view. So by Noble Brass do you mean legato, heh? That would be cool.
 

procreative

Senior Member
The word "Adventure" in the patch name refers only to the playable nature of the programming. Aaron has also used this term to describe certain patches from his "trailer" series that have the same playable nature.

Trailer strings is recorded in a larger room with a greater number of players, seated in a wide format.

There's a hell of a lot of "Adventure" going on around here. Fun times :)
So to confirm (aside from the extra articulations) the main difference is in the seating being standard orchestral and less players? But the actual "adventure" patches are using the same scripting/approach?

Its just a bit confusing coming so soon after Trailer Strings.
 

tokatila

Senior Member
Why this is paired with soaring strings, and not with brass like trailer strings?

And this thing with adventure patches in trailer libraries... libraries sound great but how can you make it so confusing, which only a few libraries is beyond my comprehension.

A comparison chart would be useful.
 

kmaster

Now in LA: let's get coffee!
I just have to say that @Blakus's horns were stellar in that demo. Wow.

...And this string library is definitely going on my short "buy this next" list! Another wow!
 

guydoingmusic

Senior Member
So to confirm (aside from the extra articulations) the main difference is in the seating being standard orchestral and less players? But the actual "adventure" patches are using the same scripting/approach?

Its just a bit confusing coming so soon after Trailer Strings.
Yes. It is the scripting. Same as in Adventure Brass. It is saying that notes with lower velocities trigger a shorter attack (spicc) and the higher velocities trigger a longer attack (stacc). It is most definitely NOT the same sample pool as in Trailer Strings.
Sounds great! :thumbsup:

Can we please get a demonstration of:

Adventure Strings / Soaring Strings / Adventure Strings

(or vice-versa) to hear how well they would work together as part of the same cue?
I believe the "Dragon Land" demo does just that. I can tell you though from my experience - they fit together like a glove.
 
M

mac

Guest
Add myself to the confused naming convention list. Also, all the string products are starting to feel a little like an expensive way of getting a more complete library together.
 

Musicam

Senior Member
Yes. It is the scripting. Same as in Adventure Brass. It is saying that notes with lower velocities trigger a shorter attack (spicc) and the higher velocities trigger a longer attack (stacc). It is most definitely NOT the same sample pool as in Trailer Strings.


I believe the "Dragon Land" demo does just that. I can tell you though from my experience - they fit together like a glove.
Very high CPU? or faster?
 
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