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[NEW] SYNCHRON-ized Chamber + Appassionata Strings Sordino - Free 30 days demos

Ben

VSL
Check it out and get the 30 days demos - for free, available on the product pages!

SYNCHRON-ized Appassionata Strings (Sordino)
SYNCHRON-ized Chamber Strings (Sordino)

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Once again, it's time for more strings!


SYNCHRON-ized Appassionata Strings (Sordino)

- 20 Violins, 14 violas, 12 cellos and 10 basses playing con sordino (muted)
- Full content of the VI Appassionata Strings II, now optimized for the Synchron Player
- Intro Price: € 185 (reg. € 245)
- Crossgrade prices are available from VI Appassionata Strings II and SYNCHRON-ized Special Edition Volume 3 (make sure you are logged in to see your personal price)


SYNCHRON-ized Chamber Strings (Sordino)

- 6 violins, 4 violas, 3 cellos, 2 basses
- Full content of the VI Chamber Strings II, now optimized for the Synchron Player
- Intro Price: € 185 (reg. € 245)
- Crossgrade prices are available from VI Chamber Strings II and SYNCHRON-ized Special Edition Volume 3 (make sure you are logged in to see your personal price)


 
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@Ben I don't see the trills from the full VI Series (minor 2nd to 4th). Is that a misprint or am I making a mistake?

Thanks!
If I'm not mistaken, the VI Appassionata and VI Chamber Strings Sordino never had pre-recorded trills, but instead offered a performance trill patch.
 

ptram

Senior Member
It would be great to see the sul G articulation return, for the normal collection. It's great!

Paolo
 

Mark Schmieder

Senior Member
Excellent upgrade pricing. For some reason, I couldn't find this thread until tonight and was wondering why it hadn't been announced here yet. I think I found out via an email.

I guess the non-Dimension brass libraries are the main ones that aren't Synchron-ized yet. Historic instruments and voices, and maybe a few random percussion instruments as well.
 

heisenberg

having uncertain feelings
Excellent upgrade pricing ..

I guess the non-Dimension brass libraries are the main ones that aren't Synchron-ized yet. Historic instruments and voices, and maybe a few random percussion instruments as well.
Yes upgrade pricing is remarkable if you are coming from Appassionata done in the VI Series and getting the Sordinos along with. The other ones you mention, I figure, should be coming along soon. Who knows maybe even the woodwinds, as well!

I continue to be impressed with the way the varying shades of vibrato switching works in the Sychron Player.
 

ptram

Senior Member
I continue to be impressed with the way the varying shades of vibrato switching works in the Sychron Player.
If you also own the VI version, may I ask you which difference you find in the way vibrato switching was done there?

Paolo
 

heisenberg

having uncertain feelings
I got the VI Version of the Library but never used it to any extent due to the complexity of the player itself. My comparison of the new version is in relation to the newer string libraries like Elite Strings. The bigger string libraries in the Sychron Player make the use of vibrato such a pleasant affair. I should have been clearer.
 

wblaze

New Member
I own the VI Chamber strings I and II standard, and the Synchron-ized Chamber Strings and am thinking about this update.

Is there any feedback on the sound of Synchron-ized Chamber Sordino vs. VI Chamber Sordino with the MirX Synchron Stage reverb? The upgrade and MirX Synchron are both around the same price point for me.
 
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