In the past some forum members were interested in demos of the Sonic Implants Strings Strings MINI. Below you will find links to three MP3 tryouts that uses various articulations of the SI MINI. I also included an MP3 with Irina.
The music I included here is all improvised (track by track). Please do not expect the same high quality (of composition, orchestration, etc) as the MP3 demos that are provided by other forum members. Sadly, I do not have any musical training and can only spend my free time to music making. At the positive site, I recently started taking private music lessons in which I hope to learn how to transform a musical idea to a complete musical piece. And also learn to use a metronome [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
The first piece is a simple improvisation in which I used the soundfont Papelmedia_Irina_Brochin.SF2 which is provided for free by PapelMedia. The soundfont provides a multisampled female solo voice. I have used it here in a kind of choir setting which I played unisono with a pad sound from my Korg X2:
In the next MP3, you here the SI MINI, a nun choir (from the Best Service sample library Hallelujah) and an english horn (from the XSample Vol6 Woodwinds library):
In the next MP3, I used various articulations, such as legato, pizzicato and staccato (all with release samples) from the SI MINI:
In the last MP3, I experimented with a musical dialogue between an oboe (from the XSample library) and a flute (from the Early Patches library, also sold by Best Service). The SI-Mini strings forms a playfull background.