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    VSL Woodwinds Standard Articulations Users?

    When I think of VSL woodwinds I think of the widely respected \"Legato Tool\", which everybody seems to be using happily in their demos. But can anybody comment on the \"other\" VSL woodwinds, the ones that are a part of the Orchestral Cube? How is that solo flute, oboe, bassoon? And how do they compare with other libraries in terms of playability and sound?

    Thanks for your time.

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    Alex Cremers

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    Re: VSL Woodwinds Standard Articulations Users?

    Thanks, Sharmy. Is there still no oboe vibrato? I think Opus 1 has one.

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    Alex Cremers

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    Re: VSL Woodwinds Standard Articulations Users?

    Originally posted by Sharmy:
    Alex
    it dosen\'t make sense to go to the cube unless the performance tool can\'t pull off a particular articulation
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">I catch myself all the time trying to use only the legato patches for composing. 8-)

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    Re: VSL Woodwinds Standard Articulations Users?

    The Wien Oboe has some vibrato, but not much. There are plans to sample a Conservatore Oboe with a great deal of vibrato. I also heard that the player using this instruments may also sample a second English Horn.

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