Monthly Archives: November 2012

Samples page updated

Some updates to the Samples page. First of all, I have uploaded everything to Google Drive, let me know how that works out for you. Secondly, I have added three experimental SSO packs: sustain variations for 1st and 2nd violins, … Continue reading

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Talisman Prologue released

I still vividly remember my joy when I got the Swedish edition of the Talisman board game as a Christmas gift back in the eighties. In fact I still have this dog-eared copy of the game, though it’s been retired … Continue reading

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SSO — Past, present and future

Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra’s second birthday is getting awfully close now. I just can’t believe it’s been that long since I released it. And before that I tinkered with the library on and off for almost a year and a half. … Continue reading

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Speak of the devil

In my previous post about VSS I mentioned that the same results can probably be had with other and more inexpensive tools — and looky here what turned up in the KVR Developer Challenge 2012: Proximity —┬áThis plug-in is an … Continue reading

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Parallax Audio VSS

I stumbled across this interesting virtual orchestration positioning tool called VirtualSoundStage. As it is designed for overcoming the challenges of using samples from many different libraries, i.e. making everything sound like a whole despite conflicting ambiences, micing techniques etc, it … Continue reading

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