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    Thumbs up How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    A very big thanks to Scott Cairns for hosting and creating this PDF tutorial out of the images provided. ( Check out some of his beautiful scores at www.scottcairns.com )

    The tutorial is based on EWQLSO Gold orchestral library using Kontakt 2 Sampler. It can be done with other samplers that support Random and Round Robin alternation like Gigastudio 3. It can be used with all other sample libraries as well providing that they are sampled chromatically, or, at least every 2 semitone intervals. Try it with Harpsichord etc. Beautiful results.

    PDF Tutorial

    The audio demonstrations can be found here : http://www.soundclick.com/bands/9/jo...sols_music.htm ( 3 first mp3's )

    I hope you find this useful! Good luck
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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    And it rocks, let me tell you!

    - Stefan

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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    This is where VSL excels, as they have sampled repeated notes at various tempos and by using the performance tool these can then be played at any tempo.

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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    An advantage of Theo's technique though is that all the different variations of the stacc note are drawing from the one sample pool.

    It means that the new stacc patches are no bigger than the originals but have 5 or more variations of every note.

    Very clever Theo!
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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    Plus the technique applies to libs other than orchestras...

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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    And you don't have to pay 3000$ to do it
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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    I think EW people dont like it, they've deleted the thread from their forum. I was trying to look for it there but cudnt find it on EW forum, thanks for posting it here.

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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    this stuff is cool...but it doesnt really sound as good as VSL's repetition due to teh pitch/formant shifting...

    however...maybe with Giga 3.1's new formant shifting option it might be really nice. I'm curious to try it out. Will be buying Giga 3.1 next month FINALLY for a project so I'll get some nice tweaks going on it and share.
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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    Quote Originally Posted by robin123
    I think EW people dont like it, they've deleted the thread from their forum. I was trying to look for it there but cudnt find it on EW forum, thanks for posting it here.
    Actually, they moved it to the Helpful Hints section. So they think it's "helpful." As do I!

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    Re: How to eliminate the machine gun effect in repetitive lines

    Thank you Scott and Theodore for your generous help. Much appreciated.

    Frank

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