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Cinebient

Active Member
Cory shared a bunch of useful patches and multis for Studio Strings

Lol, this video actually sold StudioStringsCore for me and i really love it. The only thing i really miss are the close mics since i think they will even work much better with my own reverbs.
So means now i think to upgrade to the pro version (i couldn´t download right now because i have not much space left) since i saw you also can add the 40% to the upgrade (since i put both version into the wishlist) which at the end give me the same price i had payed for going straight to the pro version. And then i have 2 versions at hand where one is a great light and space friendly version.
I so wish some developers would start a kind of choose your mics and articulation and pay just for it thing.
Oh and then there is still the EWC waiting. I thought to go with the 8dio Requiem instead but that is a totally other thing. And while i heard often here the opposite i actually like the Spitfire GUI outside of Kontakt much much much more. Their Kontakt GUI is so small and tiny that it´s no joy to use really on my notebook.
 
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Zoot_Rollo

Throbbing Member
Still downloadin Studio Strings Pro.

But i think the video is inaccurate with the difference between the Standard and Pro versions.

The Pro version adds divisi as well as mic positions.

From playing with Studio Brass Pro ($299), regardless of Strings divisi (which is great), the extra mic positions are well worth the Strings Pro $299 WL price.

The Studio Series is getting crapped on here and there, but i am exremely excited and pleased with my choice.

Even after sleeping on it.

Had to download Studio Strings Pro, BHCT, and OACT from my main office -

Ahhh,

i just checked my Remote Desktop, download complete.

Now for a quad espresso and 16 ounces of scalding Sumatra...

Spitfire weekend.
 

Guy Rowland

Senior Member

Zoot_Rollo

Throbbing Member
Still downloadin Studio Strings Pro.

But i think the video is inaccurate with the difference between the Standard and Pro versions.

The Pro version adds divisi as well as mic positions.

From playing with Studio Brass Pro ($299), regardless of Strings divisi (which is great), the extra mic positions are well worth the Strings Pro $299 WL price.

The Studio Series is getting crapped on here and there, but i am exremely excited and pleased with my choice.

Even after sleeping on it.

Had to download Studio Strings Pro, BHCT, and OACT from my main office -

Ahhh,

i just checked my Remote Desktop, download complete.

Now for a quad espresso and 16 ounces of scalding Sumatra...

Spitfire weekend.
Spitfire Woodwinds Pro

and

Spitfire Studio Solo Strings.

Yes, please and thank you.
 

James H

01001000 01101001
Still downloadin Studio Strings Pro.

But i think the video is inaccurate with the difference between the Standard and Pro versions.

The Pro version adds divisi as well as mic positions.

From playing with Studio Brass Pro ($299), regardless of Strings divisi (which is great), the extra mic positions are well worth the Strings Pro $299 WL price.

The Studio Series is getting crapped on here and there, but i am exremely excited and pleased with my choice.

Even after sleeping on it.

Had to download Studio Strings Pro, BHCT, and OACT from my main office -

Ahhh,

i just checked my Remote Desktop, download complete.

Now for a quad espresso and 16 ounces of scalding Sumatra...

Spitfire weekend.
I think he's added a comment to say he missed that addition.
Totally happy with Studio purchase also, what people are hearing or wanting is beyond me. Beautiful.

Let us know what you think of BHCT, I can't put it down!
 

Parsifal666

I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.
I had LCO on there, but I honestly feel like I'm bought out for now. The only thing that interested me in LCO were the sul tasto patches anyway, and I already love the one in BHCT (use it a LOT).
 

jbuhler

Senior Member
Still downloadin Studio Strings Pro.

But i think the video is inaccurate with the difference between the Standard and Pro versions.

The Pro version adds divisi as well as mic positions.

From playing with Studio Brass Pro ($299), regardless of Strings divisi (which is great), the extra mic positions are well worth the Strings Pro $299 WL price.

The Studio Series is getting crapped on here and there, but i am exremely excited and pleased with my choice.

Even after sleeping on it.

Had to download Studio Strings Pro, BHCT, and OACT from my main office -

Ahhh,

i just checked my Remote Desktop, download complete.

Now for a quad espresso and 16 ounces of scalding Sumatra...

Spitfire weekend.
I've been very impressed with the Studio Series, especially with the price points they have established. I didn't invest in Studio Strings, mostly because I have so many string libraries already, I feel pretty well covered. I will buy the Studio Brass Pro sometime in the next six months and almost certainly the woodwinds as well, assuming I hear enough in them as a supplement to the Symphony Winds. If the price point for the whole core bundle comes in where I think it will—under $600, probably closer to $550, if they want to be aggressive maybe even $500—it will be an obvious recommendation for a starter library.
 
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