Lee,Originally Posted by Lee Blaske
I'd rather hear some demos before commenting on this library..
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The same website since 3 month.
The only thing they changed is on the demopage:
coming in "the next view days" to "soon"
But the description sounds very good.
I know that it takes more time than expected to create a real good sample.
The longer it takes, the better the sound. !?
This is another library I've been waiting to hear for a while now.
It's been "coming soon" for ages, so at least it is coming sooner, than it originally was when they posted the "coming soon" notice.
I think with this product it will either totally nail it or be totally off, such is the nature of brass/sax libraries of late. I'm hoping the former.
At least with soo many contenders someone will eventually get it right.
Broadway Big Band is rather an oxymoron, isn't it?
I hear you. Kind of like "What is hip?"Originally Posted by Lee Blaske
I like how they've used really really big type on their web site to let us know they're professional, just in case we might have missed it.
Houston Haynes - Titan Line Music
What is hip?
Tower of Power!
oh yea babe
Oh to have some of those players sampled, mmmmmm that would be cool!
I'm not so sure the samples stuck together would sound like anything real,
but what a great bunch of players to record!
You guys are a tough crowd! It's already crap even though nobody's heard it?!
Maybe the best way to avoid people's harsh comments would be, for this kind of companies, to make much less marketing, much less vapourware annoucement, and focus on more sincere and/or realistic schedule :
what is the point to open a website months before anything concrete happens (not even a 2.5 seconds demo riff), and let it survive like this, with almost no update, no sign of life... ?
I, for one, was very interested when this announcement arose, but this excitement has slowly turned into boredom and suspicion.
And more, frustration will probably push me more easily into the arms of any valuable and more silent competitor who, very likely, will end up by really releasing something before them.
Now, they will really have to release a totally KILLER lib, in order for me to regain some interest for their product.
I indeed really cannot grasp the logic of those far-too-premature announcements, and think that this "strategy" does harm first those very companies who adopt it... Once I was a Yellow Tools supporter. Today, after years of this nonsense behaviour and the slowliness of their evolution, I would not consider Candy a split second, even half-priced.