I\'ve been reeding a lot in this forum, and I must say that I found tons of usefull information here, so thank you all for sharing your thoughts, tips and tricks, and for maintaining this cool and serious forum.
Now to the subject.
I am not interested at all in getting that \"Holliwood sound\" which was thoroughly disscussed on many threads, I am not in the business, but I am curious about it.
Holliwood pictures have allways been recorded with a live orchestra, right? so I must think that the majestic sound we are used today in feature films comes from the efforts of the team of sound engineers who mix that recordings.
I am wondering if it doesn\'t happen the same way with sampled orchestras. For example: Mr. Garritan has posted many demos of classical music made with his Personal Orchestra [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img] , and many of them sound really well. Wouldn\'t be possible to emulate that \"Hollywood sound\" at the mixing stage? An orchestra is an orchestra, after all. Why are most of you looking for orchestral libraries that sounds this way just out of the box? Is this only a time saving issue, or am I missing something?
Thank you very much in advance,
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