Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by valexnerfarious, May 2, 2019.
This is why they are superior. Ive been told the pizz are about impossible to beat as well as the sordinos.
see! your ears are full of emotions and nostalgia
those are Albion 1 in good hands (I'd say "best hands")
Maybe..If that is Albion 1 that is one of the times it has been that convincing.
The strings at :44 - what patch is that, please?
Amen. Then end.
Thanks Paul for taking the time to reply.
@paulthomson but if I send you 50 quid can you send me the pizz patches? I'll not tell anyone.
50 quid is 50 quid, isn't it?
Nice! where are these "golden hands" from if I may ask?
The problem with Gear Acquisition Syndrome is the harder it is to get the gear the more it goes into overdrive. :D
Is Andy on Facebook or?
I would like to hear those examples.
Sir. Would you shoot me a PM?
I thought you knew, V., but it seems you don't: I am the same person you're already having a PM-conversation with for the past two days on The Sound Board.
Now I feel like a complete idiot lol
probably Spiccato (Ostinatum)
This made waiting for the Wish List sale far more tolerable.
Now that I think about it I’m pretty sure the topic was just short strings on TSB...so that’s all I heard.
For those who are interested in hearing the sound of some patches from the bespoke range, I found in the dark corners of one of my hard drives some audio tests Spitfire Audio posted a long time ago on their old blog (their ancient website). Sadly I lost the strings examples but I still have two solo trumpet examples, a solo flute example and a solo oboe example.
I´ve added the bespoke Trumpet to my Spitfire wishlist, so with the sale reduction should only be around €3500 now.
Does anybody know how the bespoke Spitfire Trumpet blends with the lost Don Drummond trombone Smokin´Legato patch that doesn´t actually exist?
I´d be interested to hear opinions from people who have both.
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