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Trombone sounds

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by JPQ, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. JPQ

    JPQ Senior Member

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    Best solo muted solo trombone ? and does Chris Hein or Sample Modelign mix better with other libs for orchestral/cinematic sound (mainly with Holly Orchestra i think)
     
  2. LHall

    LHall Senior Member

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    I use SM Trombones every day. They are awesome. I never bother to mix them with anything else because my arrangements seldom call for more than 4 trombones.
     
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  4. Rodney Money

    Rodney Money My wife made me cut my hair.

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    Here's some examples of how Berlin muted brass sound. You can hear the muted solo trombone(s) in there also, but unfortunately no Legato. :(
     
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    JPQ Senior Member

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    And very privey i bet when is good have same brass in same hall with without mutes. and legato is indeed essential. but otherways good fine for this kind writing.
     
  6. soundtraktechnoid

    soundtraktechnoid Senior Member

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    Cinebrass pro has some pretty good sounds as well
     
  7. Henu

    Henu Senior Member

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    I think the more relevant question is the context you're using it for. For jazzy things, you really can't go wrong with SM as many people mentioned. It's hilariously good!
     
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    JPQ Senior Member

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    i want fleible but mainly cinematic/orchestral styles. and indeed i feel Sm and Chris hein stuff is amazing based audiodemos. SM is bit warmer i think.
     

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