I\'m the same way Francis. I tend to like sound Design approaches more. But it tends to make me WAY more of a tweaker when it comes to my sequences. Too much of one sometimes.
I\'m waiting for London Percusion so I can finally have some DS soundware in my collection. I have been planning doing all kinds of pitch shifting to their stuff as well. I love doing that kind of crap to drums
You\'ll have a ball doing that stuff with GOS too. I did it witht the violins to get more attacks on the low strings Sounds pretty good too.
Really...I am an Idiot
[This message has been edited by KingIdiot (edited 11-16-2001).]
I can still remember the excitement I had when I opened up the beta package. Wow, what a manual and those CD\'s. Then I loaded it and was amazed at how far they had were with the beta version. Then the feedback started flying from the beta testers. They started implementing all of our suggestions and working those 12-16 hour days!!
Then I started receiving the 2nd beta discs. Wow, all over again when I started using Maestro Tools! The suggestions started flying again and Tom Hopkins pulled some more tricks out of his bag (it must be a very large bag)!
Then I received the final version. Wow, this is the most awesome manual and everything is just first class! They even personalized the manual with my name!! I\'m still learning new things about this library everytime I use it. The depth can be overwhelming - thankfully they took our suggestions on the manual!
As you can see, I\'m still excited over this product! Now for the solo strings, brass, woodwinds, etc. to go along with it.