After having the and using the GOS for more then a year, I think I know the libarary fairly well.
Now, sometimes I love it and sometimes it dissapoints me. So from that I draw the conclussion that it\'s me and not the lib.
There are 2 things that bother me and I\'m sure there must be a way around them.
First the sound...too much mids and not enough wood if you know what I mean. The main problem that I have is that when expossed sections sound great, but when all 5 sections are playing it very easy becomes ver very synth like...
I think the violas and cellos are fine, so the question would be what to do with EQ on violines and basses? I get good results with layering solo bass over bass sections, but do\'nt know what to do with violines.
I belive this could be worked out with EQ but it would be really nice to get the new set of differently EQed samples?
I\'ll probably try to do it myself (with batch procssing it shouldn\'t take too long) so any EQ advice, and even better the explenation of the problem would be great! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Second....the attacks...on some patches they just sound very artificial to me. From what I can hear this was done so that we get more playable instruments, but what I\'m wondering about is are the original attacks there? Is the attack set in the editor or the samples themselves? Will I get the original attack if I put the attack on zero in the editor?
Come to think of it it would be so cool if Giga suported real time sample start offset.
Hope somebody has a good advice. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]