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    Cheapest place to buy TrueStrike?

    Any ideas where the best deal for TrueStrike is had?

    Also... for TrueStrike users: Are there any huge keyswitch patches? I have a disklike for using too many midi tracks for each instrument i.e. one for hit, one for a 2 sec crecendo one for a 3 second cresendo etc. I like combined patches

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    probably the web store at sam's.
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    Re: Cheapest place to buy TrueStrike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcussen
    Any ideas where the best deal for TrueStrike is had?

    Also... for TrueStrike users: Are there any huge keyswitch patches? I have a disklike for using too many midi tracks for each instrument i.e. one for hit, one for a 2 sec crecendo one for a 3 second cresendo etc. I like combined patches
    These are easy to build, especially with percussion. You just bring in the sample pool from the several separate instruments and map them in a combined instrument.

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    Re: Cheapest place to buy TrueStrike?

    Ok.. I will have to look into that. But it sounds pretty easy... Is it still easy even with patches that have auto alternation etc?

    Have some other samples that might benefit from this

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    Re: Cheapest place to buy TrueStrike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcussen
    Ok.. I will have to look into that. But it sounds pretty easy... Is it still easy even with patches that have auto alternation etc?

    Have some other samples that might benefit from this
    In GigaStudio, you'd just have to set up those dimensions and throw them in. In GigaStudio 3.0, you could also experiment with moving the regions to different keys, and just loading multiple gigs into a single channel slot (you could do this in Kontakt in a multi, too). Either way, you'd accomplish the same thing....you'd be spreading out more material into one MIDI channel so you wouldn't need to devote so many channels to a single instrument's variants.

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