Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by fiestared, Apr 3, 2019.
Anybody ? Thanks for your opinions
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Not a great success ! Nobody ? Thanks
Check out the U2 opening track from Songs of Experience - “love is all we have left” for some Spitfire swarm action! It’s very versatile!
I finally got it and sad that I waited so long. It really is lovely and has a lot of potential uses. It's one of several non-orchestral libraries I've wanted and drug my feet on purchasing. I guess there are a couple of other Spitfire libraries I'll have to buy soon.
If you like/love the sound of the hall and unique instrumentations, this is a great choice.
If there are any shortcomings, I haven't found any that cause me any problems.
And to answer your next question, It will be a week or two before I have time to write any new music utilizing Mando Swarm if you want a demo.
Sounds neat. Mandolin Swarm (the name) really sounds like the name of one of the multitude of folk festivals that happen around here in the summer.
In fact after hearing the Paul walktrought, my decision to buy it was made, but because I distrust myself (sometimes) I wanted some other opinions. I will follow your example and buy this gem. Thanks for your answer.
My pleasure. Hope you enjoy it as much as I am.
Couldn't have said it better! I bought it as well and really enjoy it!
paulthomson ? The "Paul Thompson" with the fantastic walkthrough I like so much...
By the way I had a listen to an other "Swarm" lib, the Harp swarm, SA...
It is indeed.
Great to hear you like it. I’m very tempted as well. Any demo you wanna post, even some simple key-mashing, would be great!
That's amazing - I'd never noticed that before.
Another library I'll need to pick up at some stage.
Hmmmmm ….. Was 'waffling' versus NI_HO Synthetic Strings, but NI seems to have ended promo a bit early.
SFA Mandolin Swarm (@ $104.) comes back into focus. Already enjoy Orchestral Swarm so this may be fine add.
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