https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/ ... a-toolkit/
Some interesting stuff in here, and the price is pretty good, I think. Paul's initial two-handed demonstration sounded rather nice, IMO.
I haven't been this intrigued in a while either, in part because my keyboard chops are the single strongest aspect of anything I can do that is DAW-related, and this could be, potentially, a very slick means to layer in some motion and atmosphere that one doesn't usually associate with sample libraries, if used wisely and judiciously.wst3 wrote: ↑Jul 26, 2018 2:10 pmI haven't been this intrigued in a while. The workflow is fascinating. Sadly I do not think my keyboard chops are sufficient to take advantage of this approach. I may still buy it - the sounds are quite good, and definitely different than anything I own. Or they appear to be anyway.
I feel the same way about The Simpsons. Now that they’ve released Alf Clausin from his duties the music has gotten so generic and stale. Really a shame.bigcat1969 wrote: ↑Jul 27, 2018 10:47 amI was watching Game of Thrones and thinking at one point that the music as appropriate and completely generic and boring. It felt like and endless loops of swelling with drums going boom. occasionally they changed key. Didn't know it was called wallpaper music.
They've done WHAT?!!!!!!
Craig, I hope you won't be offended if I offer one minor observation I had when listening to your piece (and others), both here and on the 'other' forum? It's that I somehow suspect, that if YOU were creating this 'combination' of sounds from scratch, you might possibly balance some of the included instruments from BDT just a little differently? I refer mainly to the strings and possibly their dynamics. But certainly once the Tina Guo cello is introduce at the end, to me that combination is much better balanced and thus far more impressive...at least to my old ears. Cheers.Scoredog wrote: ↑Jul 27, 2018 9:06 am
Start to Finish 20 mins, added Tina Cello on unison line near the end.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/x5oxwhghrssyi ... e.m4a?dl=0