Indeed! But then, as noted by Ben, we have Paul from VSL -- as recently as a few days ago -- writing on their forum:Well that's useful for practically no one.
They do honour their 30 day return. I returned Synchron Strings.Indeed! But then, as noted by Ben, we have Paul from VSL -- as recently as a few days ago -- writing on their forum:
Looks like we can't do this in the near future, but you have a right to return your licenses of products purchased in the VSL webshop within 30 days. Hope that's a good option for you.
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
For years, I've heard of this return policy, but in an apocryphal-feeling way. Frankly, it still feels kind of apocryphal, given that their fine print appears to say otherwise. Still, next time I'm on the fence about a VSL lib purchase, I may try this out, even if I have to email them in advance for confirmation.
This is VERY subjective, but when I bought my first VSL libs (SE1 standard and solo strings 1), the installation included a 30-day demo of SE2. I fell in love with their tenor and (particularly) alto saxes. So supple. So expressive. (Everything I play with that tenor sax sounds like cool jazz.) When the demo period ended, they were taken away from me :-( A few months later, someone was selling the full SE bundle here, and I snapped it up.Question on VSL SE woodwinds. Not new versions
I assume Vol 1 Woodwinds is fine by all comments. Is the same said for Volume 2?
There's ensembles from what I can see included.
My dilemma is, do I go for:
Vol 1 + Plus library
Vol 1 + Vol 2 (no extra articulations)
Or just add all 4. But then I'm creeping into higher pricing where a full wind library from others may be more cost effective.
No, I used the default preset (classic sound) and added TrueVerb with only a little bit of late reflections on the master bus.Lovely mockup. My ONLY complaint is that it all sounds as if it was recorded with all the instruments at the back of the hall. Is that out of the box ambience?
Here is a table where you can see the complete instrument list and in which bundle they are included:
You pushed me in the right direction, wanting a more versatile setup. I initially bought just Vol 1 Woods and played with it until I felt there was something missing. As you kindly pointed out it was the other articulations. Once these were added it felt much better, I'd have kicked myself having let these go post 30th. Thanks!I think it's mostly a question of whether you'd rather have the multi-player patches or slightly more versatile single-player patches, and this depends mostly on your personal mockup style and what your current woodwind arsenal already contains.
Thank you very much.There is a VEP menu item that allows you to disable samples for VSL instruments. You’ll see the slots in the Synchron player fade for all instruments in the instance when you do this. In the settings (not sure where) there is an option to enable samples upon midi input ie when you play something with a particular articulation. This will load the relevant slot. The other thing you can do is to disable the VEP instrument by sending a midi controller message from your DAW. I’ve described the process I’m my last post here: https://www.vsl.co.at/community/pos...late-audio-buss-strategy-in-VE-Pro#post285871
The disabling of the entire instrument is relevant for Kontakt and Synchron whereas the disabling of the sample cells or slots is only relevant for VSL instruments.