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Denkii

Active Member
Question: if I purchased a studio orchestra core library and now upgrade to professional, do I still keep the ability to download and use both?

Would be handy to still be able to use core on my mobile rig while having professional running at the desktop.
 

James H

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Question: if I purchased a studio orchestra core library and now upgrade to professional, do I still keep the ability to download and use both?

Would be handy to still be able to use core on my mobile rig while having professional running at the desktop.
I'm not 100%, but I now have Studio Strings and Studio Strings Pro in my download area. You have to download Pro as a new install... so I'd take that as a yes to keeping them both
 

James H

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Pretty darn sure I'm gonna pick up LCOS (Love LCOT). Still not sure about the AltSS though. It's only a 25$ saving if i get the bundle (vs if I get LCOS only right now and pick up AltSS later)
Out of the 2, I find gravitation for AltSS first. LCOS scares the sh*t out of me, it's nuts!

Not that helps you in anyway shape or form. Get both!!
 

angeruroth

Active Member
Very nice, thanks for the share. A1 has some great string shorts, really wish I could get over the sound of the sustained strings though, they are not my cup of tea.
Thanks!
Yup, the string longs are a bit strange at some velocities/cc1. I like the overall sound, and how easy is to get a dramatic feeling, but I'll have to be careful with the "pressure" to keep it sounding "natural", so I'm thinking about layering the Tundra strings to "soften" that effect (hell, sometimes it is really hard to find the right word...).
If someone has layered both, any tips?
 

Sean

I don't know what I'm talking about
Thanks!
Yup, the string longs are a bit strange at some velocities/cc1. I like the overall sound, and how easy is to get a dramatic feeling, but I'll have to be careful with the "pressure" to keep it sounding "natural", so I'm thinking about layering the Tundra strings to "soften" that effect (hell, sometimes it is really hard to find the right word...).
If someone has layered both, any tips?
I haven't tried that but it might be a good idea.
 

Thomas Kallweit

eclecticism
The Vids about Albion One were impressing, especially the steam-Edna and percussion-fraction - but I guess I will pass 'cos the epicness won't fit to my style - still having Vienna SE - so I should learn this better. But there's still Hg2O and the Cimbalom on the list. I adore the sounddesign-things and additional adjustment options. Seems similar extensive as the Soundiron stuff.
 

Thomas Kallweit

eclecticism
Don’t pass on Albion One. It’s just wonderful to be creative with. Very inspiring.
I believe you, I was really impressed!

It's just that there are so many other tools here, which need more caring / maintanence and diving in. Just had to stop though it is really "cheap" with all those creative extras (which I adore). I dislike many epic soundtracks unfortunately. Vienna is already there and has its merits.
 
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jtnyc

Senior Member
I already asked this, but I'm still wondering, are some single products not 40% off. I have Mandolin swarm in my cart and it's marked at 30% off. It says on the site, all single products 40% off. Just wondering if it's a mistake...
 

Michel Simons

Active Member
I already asked this, but I'm still wondering, are some single products not 40% off. I have Mandolin swarm in my cart and it's marked at 30% off. It says on the site, all single products 40% off. Just wondering if it's a mistake...
It also says 30% on the product page. Could still be a mistake, I guess. Wouldn't hurt to ask them if that's the case.
 

Maiestic9

Member
I already asked this, but I'm still wondering, are some single products not 40% off. I have Mandolin swarm in my cart and it's marked at 30% off. It says on the site, all single products 40% off. Just wondering if it's a mistake...
Mandolins was already on sale as part of their May special so I believe that’s is why it was exempt from additional discounts .