Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by Fry777, Jan 10, 2019.
Yup. and it's also recorded on a very wet and rainy day for a super wet sound
Recorded at the edge of sogginess.
Noooooot again :-D
Can they at least do something different about the trailers - not this, prolonged, slowly dying, boring sound that we heard like 100 times before? At least I heard it. I always wanted to like Spitfire sounds, but over time I realized it's not all gold that glitters.
... I'd sure like to have my own aircraft hanger to record sample libraries in.
Would definitely be interesting as long as it's not another ensemble.
Only so many "high strings" a man needs.
Watching a documentary on Amazon about 'the other Spitfire' as I type this. Looks brilliant, can't wait to find out more about this!
This is Paul Tompson, and i'm very excited to be able to show you today our new...
So the new collaboration is one cellist on the right hand side and one vibraphone on the left (along with one Spitfire groupie playing what I think is known as a hype), in a very reverberant space?
Honestly I'm a little bit worried about the usefulness of this. Soloists in a big space? Feels like some trendy scoring tool for those crime TV shows full of droning sounds and weird noises. Nothing against that, at least I won't have an urge to spend my money.
Seems like upright piano, cello, glass and vibraphone.
We know nothing about the library, though.
Ah, you're familiar with my oeuvre, then?
Yea. It was just a pure speculation, of course.
And people are still ready to buy it
As for me, the stranger the library coming from Spitfire Audio, the more likely I am to get it. So, it's a nice thing we can't guess what it is.
Wait, NOTHING about the legato?
Is this still vi-control?
Totally unrelated except the name, That Sound has a drum lib called "Hangar". I haven't picked it up yet but I own a lot of their other libs and really really enjoy them. They're pretty under the radar around here so I enjoy plugging them.
It's obvious that the drum beat between the two string notes is a desperate attempt to cover up atrocious legato issues. We here at VI-Control are not so easily deceived.
The acronym shows up in Native Access. The brits actually have another word for it.
Separate names with a comma.