THis uses alot of the GOS short bow basses (beefed like crazy with low end), and violins, and some of the backing violins. It also uses LOTS of the G-Town persuccion which i wouldnt have if i didnt have GOS
One thing to fix is the BAD phrasing in the violin after the percussion groove starts. Once the backing piccolo comes in its fine though.
Kanjika, that's some nice music, I really like it.
I can't wait to use GOS!
If you don't mind me hi-jacking your thread here for just a bit, maybe you could help me...
I just received GOS the other day, and I read the whole manual and installed it late last night. Today I sent the registration info to Gary and they immediately send me the serial number for Maestro Tools.
According to Gary's website, the serial number is required in order to use Maestro Tools. Unfortunately, I see no place to enter the serial number. If you can help me out that would be great! Everyone that I know of to ask is at the Namm show.
Its funny that i dont even use maestro tools with GOS. I manually program up-downbows (not too difficult) and legato (which is harder ). The reason is that the kontakt VST inside FL 5 with maestro tools dont go together particularly well (bet you thought the reason was that i was crazy lol ). The real loss is not being able to use portamento really, but i can substitute some of that with the slide up patches, or layer it with Synful for a better effect.
Anyway, the final version should have more GOS. The short bows right now are layered with the EWQLSO ones. The GOS basses have a wonderful, crisp, woody sound, and with the low end that you get with the SO basses they make such an aggressive combo. Same with the cellos.
Yea i like the violins. GOS is like the only library with nice laid back violin short bows rather than these super aggressive stabs, and its got articualtions which full libaries w/ brass, woodwinds and percussion leave out.