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    the impression cont\'

    Thanks for the feedback. Yes i know that lists highlight the negative..point taken.

    I think the lack of manipulation of the samples..the effects, filters is the biggest issue for me.

    I can well understand how the orchestral sounds would be far superior.

    Regards
    John

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    Re: the impression cont\'

    I\'m doing a lot of R&B and hip hop stuff. I never had so much control over my sound before. The filters are not great and the interface of GS s*cks, but you can edit you\'re samples in your favorite audio editor. This way I can do things I could only dream of (at least in terms of speed) when I was using only hardware samplers.

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    Re: the impression cont\'

    I understand what your saying Joris
    I uploaded two demos by Lac lc Shira.
    these snips were done with Gigasampler and Vst.
    On one computer with 32 tracks of vocals. It can be done everything on one computer.!!!

    check out the readme.txt

    the songs are in the R&B Dance techno etc... section. http://northernsounds.com/demos/
    http://www.northernsounds.com/demos/dance/lac/itsup.mp3 http://www.northernsounds.com/demos/dance/lac/sayn.mp3

    PaPa Chalk

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    Re: the impression cont\'

    Those R&B tracks are very impressive, PaPa. Would you be able to tell me what samples were used in the songs? Did any of them come from GS-format CD\'s?

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    Re: the impression cont\'

    All were samples created by Lac brought over from eps to wav then arranged in Gigasamplers patch editor. Also some guitar parts played by lac to wav then made to gig files.


    PaPa Chalk


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