Paul sounds very excited to be showing this off. Really, not just part of his sign on! I mean almost giddy at points of the walkthrough.
Yup, after this I can really imagine them sitting all players in circles (or following the golden ratio) the cellos outside, violas and violins in the center (or the other way around), and then moving, while recording, the A mics in circles and the O mics in a perfect spiral, and maybe even the C and T mics, to create new ways to hear the sound.This creativity continues to separate SFA among other top-tier providers.
Really not CH /PT fanboy, yet this impresses !
Well if the library is successful in its achievement he should be giddy. It is based on trying to achieve musical structures that echo this kind of music...Paul sounds very excited to be showing this off. Really, not just part of his sign on! I mean almost giddy at points of the walkthrough.
Sure, it's just been a long time since Paul seemed sincerely excited. Not that he hasn't liked recent libraries because he clearly has. But they haven't excited him the way this one has. I mean he sounds almost like Christian with one of his new modular toys...Well if the library is successful in its achievement he should be giddy. It is based on trying to achieve musical structures that echo this kind of music...
There's a very unique, dark quality to this. I could see how someone could say "ah, nothing special." But there's something so alluring about it, and I cannot put my finger on it.
Yeah it would make it truly great if there was an option for MIDI either via midi out to control other instruments or just a simple drag & drop midi option to take whatever is being generated in the engine to control other stuffdidnt watch the walktthrough yet ... is it possible to push sounds from other libraries through this "engine" ?
Do the Evo libraries on the Spitfire engine have any patches which utilize time stretching?I find it interesting that Kepler is a Kontakt library ... I really had expected this one would be running in the Spitfire engine.
I'd definitely would be interested in the Hall version too.how lovely could it be Albion 6 Kepler Orchestra?
wonder how beautiful those swells and shards would sound in Lyndhurst
(would pay double for that)
I am sure I can take it in one go...I hope...maybe the red wine helps...Maybe plan to watch in segments to avoid over-excitement ??
My remark wasn't even based on watching the walk-through (which I still have to do), but on the live thingy.So I shouldn't watch the walkthrough then, right?
Seems like many are saying more interesting than initial impression.