Not Han's Brother
Just to comment on Texas Twang...it is lovely and fits the Telecaster bill just right. While I would love to see a Jaguar done, this will fill in the hole till Greg decides to do one.
If you read the OP, I think they were inexperienced and wanted to know more about the quality and playability. It is easy to understand when you are familiar with a particular workflow. All the quality in the world does not always translate to familiarity/usability/playability with your workflow.First off, what the heck that question mark means next to Orange Tree? Ouch, doing the same mistake right here. I mean the question mark in the thread title... I simply don’t like it.
Ha...you mean sarcasm in the form of a joke...you are right...I am so literal sometimes! Once a friend and I were leaving a theater after watching some obviously stupid movie and he said "That was a really really really great film." I looked at him and said, "You have GOT to be kidding me man, that movie was pathetically bad!" Sarcasm has rarely translated with me.Looks like a joke doesn’t always translate either
Thanks for the info!It's pretty good, but I prefer to play the real instrument as it's less work overall. I still prefer the Wavelore Glide II library, but am not sure if it can still be bought as the developer seems to have either disappeared or folded, as mentioned in other threads regarding other products from that vendor.
Be aware that the range of lap steel sounds is huge, so you might first want to ask yourself how much range you need, and if you have a preferred player, then see which library matches that sound the closest. But the two mentioned above are the only games in town as far as I know, except for a basic General MIDI patch in East/West Goliath.
You will get a single code for your cart and you can the same code for multiple orders.So I have Angelic Harp and Slide Acoustic on my group buy list. I was wondering, since I'm not 100% that I'm going to actually get Slide Acoustic, will I get individual discount coupons for each library, or will it be one coupon discount for the two libraries together?
I picked up a few of their VIs last year for a film score project. It's a road trip movie that ends up in the southern U.S. In addition to my score, the soundtrack has a lot of pop and blues songs with lots of guitar. I wanted my score to fit into that context and I found the OTS guitars worked great for me. I'm very happy with how the note bending sounds and how easy it was to perform these parts.Generally wondering about their stuff and anyone here who has used, what you thought about whatever you used etc.
Well, Indiginus just pre-announced their lap steel set for release in "early August."But the two [steel lap guitars] mentioned above are the only games in town as far as I know, except for a basic General MIDI patch in East/West Goliath.
Thanks! I didn't use any effects on the Strawberry or lap steel. There is compression on the Pear bass. The overall mix has Sonnox Inflator and Ozone Elements. The Ozone EQ cuts 2 dB in a wide band centered at 1k and boosts a little centered at 150 and also from 5k on up about 1.5dB. Aimed at staying out of the dialog range. Just a touch of stereoizer in Ozone and subtle compression. There might have been some VSL MIRacle 1.9sec reverb on the overall mix.That’s a wonderfully full and resonant mix you’re getting there, Carlos. May I ask about the processing?