This sentence gave me whiplash.There is no right or wrong, each to their own of course but still I think that mikets example completely is obvious inferior when it comes to creating fluid lines and expression, just for me of course...
Why? Did I say something wrong? What is with the argument putting it into the drama zone just because that there are different opinions? Sorry if so but that wasnt my intention.This sentence gave me whiplash.
The last thing I wanted was to start this same old tired discussion, with the usual suspects, and the usual (intentional or not) vaguely haughty tone.
Time to pack up my trash and exit thread right, then, lest this end up in the Drama Zone. That's not a club I want to join.
I like this dryer version a lot more! Alex what's up with the sound breaking up at 0:04 ?Yes, the sm had more reverb, but you can make it drier of course. Like I said: Fluid lines with a lot of expression where you can sculpture the expression is more important to me than the tone. These are drier settings, here. There is no right or wrong, each to their own of course but still I think that mikets example completely is obvious inferior when it comes to creating fluid lines and expression, just for me of course...if you like the brass there is nothing wrong with that and enjoy the new library. You know it is not about brass battles here, it is just different philosophies.
Me neither, I just posted it to have a comparison. Either what you like better, is completely ok, I said that already. Am I allowed to say something here in that thread about the studio brass which isn´t only praise without getting dramatized? :D . I didn´t said anything rude to you. And I dont want any endless debates either. Please get that point straight man. Again I said: I like the pure tone of studio brass but on the other hand, I think its not possible to create fluid lines like with sample modeling - May I say that without that you get that wrong? Man..All good! Please..and reupload your examples..man.Oh, criticize all you want, please! It's not that... although in a few cases one is left wishing for a *tad* more tact and self-awareness.
I just don't want to have been responsible for another one of these circular debates that accomplish nothing, and which are so prevalent recently. Although, the damage is already done, I suppose.
Good question. I reckon they're experimenting with price and the market. A new product would be ideal for this, as once you reduce the price of the top-end product, there's no going back. Also - the higher price for the "normal" Spitfire Orchestra helps to reframe the studio series as more of a bargain.I am a little bit surprised by the regular prices (€200/€400), same with the strings. It's a totally different price range than the old orchestra which went up to €999 for Chamber Strings Pro. Does Spitfire think this library is not that great or do they hope to get more customers?
Seems like the 2nd one isn't here anymore?I did a little bit of the raiders march with CSB for comparison.