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    Soft-electronic strings?

    I don't know who to describe it, you can hear them here

    If you've heard T.N.'s American Beauty:

    (Open with realplayer)

    http://www.teletracks.com/audio/american_beauty11.ra
    (listen past the vibes at the beginning the strings come in)

    http://www.teletracks.com/audio/american_beauty8.ra
    (at the beginning)

    The strings...they don't sound like real instruments (not to me, anyways) they sound like "electronic" or soft strings, but how does one get that sound? (Not for orchestral purposes, of course). Since they don't really sound like real strings (to me) than I don't think any orchestral libraries could get (or want) a sound like that, they have a sort of soft sound to them, and my keyboards don't have sounds like that either. Does anyone know?


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    Re: Soft-electronic strings?

    Try to find a Roland JV 1080 on ebay - lots of that on that outboard rack mount.

    Rob
    Rob Elliott Music
    www.robelliottmusic.com

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    Re: Soft-electronic strings?

    Hi, I'll look into those suggestions, thanks,

    Oh and if you can't play realplayer files than this should work,if you think you can help.

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    Re: Soft-electronic strings?

    I would also recommend, if you can still find them, the Roland Orchestral Strings sample library. Same family as the JV1080 but more variations.

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    Re: Soft-electronic strings?

    Quote Originally Posted by composernyc
    I would also recommend, if you can still find them, the Roland Orchestral Strings sample library. Same family as the JV1080 but more variations.
    Thats exactly what I was going to say

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