Indeed. I think anyone new to SK phrase libraries would benefit from watching the videos, as you get a fuller sense of what can be done.I spent some time last night going through the videos at the Sonokinetic site. It seems that their orchestral libraries are MUCH more flexible than I realized. At first I was kind of worried that the "phrase" approach (for lack of a better word) might be too prohibitive, but now I am also very much excited and interested in the coming sale. So... bring it on!
We have moved forward with our instrument portfolio, and those instruments no longer fit in to our future plansOdd, I just noticed a lot of things are missing... Tigris and Euphrates, voices of Israel, Rojin, Yiddish, Desert Voice, Aliye, Fe, H.I.P.P., Nevel, kemence, Ney...
Discontinued instruments remain in the accounts of those who purchased them and are available for download as usual. We also continue to provide support for them, so nothing changes in that respect.I can appreciate that over time the market has changed and that as an end user of these samples in some cases I might now have other options from other developers, etc. As long as I still have access to my old libraries in my User account.
I have always backed everything up off the computer to be safe, but would you send an announcement to us if that were ever to change? Just a note saying that this and this is going to be removed in the next few weeks and if you don't have it backed up please do so now, etc. It's nice that the download links are sitting in my account just in case and I see a number of developers that have been providing that.