As I have all the other libraries, HZS is 50% off for me. And I'm sure a lot of other guys would find their happiness here. It should be noted too that it's very rare for SA to go under 40%.what a name for the campaign...... expected something spectaculor..... and then...... well ?!**
Remember you can buy these products individually at 40% off or buy all six (or the remaining products in the collection if you already have some of them) at 50% off.Flash sale on 6 items:
* Hans Zimmer Strings
* British Drama Toolkit
* LCO Strings
* SSS Evo
* Spitfire Percusion
* Alternative Solo Strings
You'll have to skip around a little bit, but Alternative Solo Strings is the only strings lib I used in this:Does anyone have anything they've done with Alternative Solo Strings? I was always intrigued but it seems very likely to be yet another miss in my solo-strings arsenal.
It‘s a cool library with some great sounds. Think I used some Dig Spicc sounds from the cello and viola in a „demo“ for British Drama Toolkit, though imo it‘s best used in context or for special sounds (my two cents here)Does anyone have anything they've done with Alternative Solo Strings? I was always intrigued but it seems very likely to be yet another miss in my solo-strings arsenal.
I‘d say it can be used for that; but afaik ASS has no vibrato control. So while the performance legatos (only violin and cello) can be definitely used for faster stuff (think I tried some Vivaldi out of fun when I first got it) there’s also definitely stuff it can‘t do compared to the „normal“ Solo Strings.The alternative sound of Alternative strings is awesome, but could patches like the normal spiccatos and performance legatos be used more traditionally to play fast clean passages like from a classical quartet playing Vivaldi or something? In the walkthrough video at 5:30 Paul Thompson plays a quick legato phrase that sort of sounds traditional. Is this possible with the library? Or are the round robins of even the spiccato patches too unique and different to be used for long consistent phrases?