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    Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    For those who are ready for adventure.
    Downloaded this free SFZ orchestra. Not that I need the sounds, but it is interesting that most of the instruments I tried, with some tweaking, sound very good. Should I credit the Aria Player for this or the huge leap of developments from the old SF-1 or 2 to SFZ?
    This file is now residing in my Documents. How can I make the whole file showing up and available in Aria? I did not dare to mess with the GPO-4 and the Aria files.... The individual instruments load fast, the total size (compressed) just under half gig.


    Ted

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    Re: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    Where did you find the material?

    Randy, any thoughts on how to integrate it with ARIA?

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    Re: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    Download:

    sso.mattiaswestlund.net/download.htlm

    If does not work, just search for Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra.

    Ted

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    Re: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    Sorry, that address does not work. Search for SSO and on the download page you can get it.

    Ted

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    Re: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    Very cool, Ted! - Sonatina keeps getting rediscovered, and it should be, it's such a very cool free thing - a whole library of good orchestral samples for free! We had a thread about it just a little while back, and it's come up several times before that. Here's a link that works:

    Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    You're just asking how to use it in ARIA?-- You click "Import" and go to where you have the SFZ files parked. Remember to keep the SFZ files and the samples in the same folder. I have Sonatina in my "SFZ Instruments" master folder inside Cakewalk/Sonar - never any mystery where to go to find it.

    Randy

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    Re: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

    Sorry friends, I did not want to discover the wheel!
    Thanks Randy,

    Ted

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