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    Brass Low down

    I\'m in the market for some good Brass to balance out my new SAM Horns that are about to come find a new home with me [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] I\'m not really impressed with the Bigga Giggas Demos but the price is right. Can anyone say if they\'re worth getting? Maybe just the tuba?
    I might pick up D. Dean but I\'m kind of wanting to wait for the new libraries I know are coming out in the next 6 months. But let\'s say I did get D. Dean, what would be best to get? Anyfeedback would be great!

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    The Dan Dean Brass Ensembles are pretty amazing. It\'s hands down the best brass library to date. The fff layers are very powerful, and the ppp layers are incredibly expressive.

    I highly reccomend it for a definitive orchestral brass sound.

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    DD Solo Brass are great. Very big. Sometimes you don\'t even need other library ensembles.

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    Whaddaya mean Timmy? I have DDSB, and to me it was a waste soloely because it sounds too closely miced and just too sizzly. Is there some kinda software for PC that I can use so I make these sound much further back? I know there is something, but what?? What is the best one for brass?

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    I second the vote for DDSB, out of all my libraries it responds best to the GOS impulse sitting perfectly as if in a real orchestral hall. Besides, most brass lines are not all in unison so you\'ll need solos in general. I have brass ensemble samples, SAM trumpets and I\'ll get SAM Horns...but I still think I\'ll use DDSB most of all. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    I\'ve found DDSB to be a very valuable library, and I can\'t say that I\'ve been really bothered with the fact that those samples were too closely miced. I think they work very well in the mixes I\'ve done so far.

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    Originally posted by A_Sapp:
    What software is the best to use these impulses??
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Why Altiverb of course! [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] I hear that Ernest is working on making the GOS impulses more compatible with Altiverb\'s stereo to stereo mode as well as making even better impulses (surely not possible??).... [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Alright, how about Acoustic Mirror? That\'s what Ernest designed them to be used with after all.

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    Originally posted by J. Whaley:
    interesting... does anyone use Biggas Brass?
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">You can check out a small \"review\" here

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