Just took the time to listen to the demos and they sound great.
I play bass myself (I\'m not fantastic but I can get by) so I guess I\'ve never really investigated the option of using a giga bass library.
But the more I\'ve been using giga, the more I come to appreciate the convenience of playing instruments from the keyboard - so perhaps it\'s time to add a couple of bass libraries. Plus, I could write bass parts on the keyboard that I\'d never be able to pull off on the guitar.
Two quick questions that I have after reviewing the articulation lists on your site:
1. Are all of the articulations available in one instrument file via keyswitching?
2. Are there any \"vibrato\" samples? From the sound of the demos there are, but I didn\'t see vibrato articulations on the list. But I might have misread.
Yeah, you\'re right - effective vibrato could easily be done with the pitch wheel. Probably easier than using a separate sample.
I guess I was still wondering how the articulations are organized within the instruments. Is it all done with keyswitching in one huge instrument, or are the articulations broken into smaller, separate instruments. I would prefer the keyswitching option, but I could see the value in breaking it up into more manageable chunks (in terms of RAM management for large performance files).
Although having BOTH would really be cool. But that\'s just me being greedy. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]