Spitfire Audio upcoming second LCO library

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by Fry777, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. gussunkri

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    Even though one only sees and hears soloists, judging by the number of stands for sheet music, this should be an ensemble?
     
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  2. jbuhler

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    No legato, but POWER REVERB.
     
  3. elfman

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    Probably another toolkit of canned patches that make mediocre composers seem like they know how to achieve various effects.
     
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  4. James H

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    On the wish list for me then!
     
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  5. michelsimons

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    I'm not even mediocre, so I guess it's not for me then.
     
  6. SoNowWhat?

    SoNowWhat? realised I can type here

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    Maybe not, but if you don't aim to be mediocre you'll never get there.







    ...oh wait!
     
  7. whiskers

    whiskers play stupid games, win stupid prizes ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    I'm reserving judgement until we actually know what 'this' is. :)
     
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  8. miket

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    Yeah. I'll have to wait for the Mediocre Composer's Toolkit to pretend to be better than I am.
     
  9. jamwerks

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    We already have LCO Strings, so maybe this will be a corresponding woodwind or brass library?
     
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  10. Parsifal666

    Parsifal666 I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.

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    DYING!
     
  11. rottoy

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    I read "canned peaches" and instantly thought of Ian McShane in Deadwood.
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  12. Andrew0568

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  13. Bill the Lesser

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    Didn't Christian blog something about "biggest collaboration ever" coming up in 2019? Is this it? (Sorry can't do Instagram). "SA Recordings" doesn't google all that big.

    "From Drum&Bass to Hard Trance from Electro to Progressive, SA Recordings is going to have it"
    https://soundcloud.com/sa-recordings
     
  14. fretti

    fretti Senior Member

    SA Recordings as in Spitfire Audio Recordings (aka Spitfires record label?).
    Whatever that is going to look like...don't think that has something to do with the LCO video or their biggest collaboration though (imo):)
     
  15. ptram

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    I've just purchased eDNA Earth. So, it must its replacement.

    Paolo
     
  16. josephspirits

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    I think this LCO collaboration and the Spitfire Audio Recordings are just two different projects, SA recordings is launching this Thursday.

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  17. miket

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    Maybe they'll record some of my music. Or, maybe I'm delusional from this high fever.
     
  18. SpitfireSupport

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    Indeed, these are two quite separate things. Ben
     
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  19. josephspirits

    josephspirits Member

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    Great, thanks for clarifying, both sound exciting.
     
  20. jesc126

    jesc126 Composeur

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    I composed this track a few months back using LCO, Solo Strings, and the LABS soft piano. Even without legato samples in LCO, using some reverb and purposeful sloppy timing, it's not too noticeable. Feedback appreciated!

     

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