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    Cool What's in the Future for morphing technology and Garritan products?

    SSV has proved to be one innovative and versatile product that will surely change the virtual instruments to come. We now have the Stradivarius violin, and following is SSC (cello). I'm speculating viola and double bass to follow as well in the not so distant future. What might we expect in addition to these, the full orchestra? I believe the possibilities will be endless. Sounds exciting to me, yes? No? Maybe? Yes?
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    'twould be nice to have a string quartet. Wouldn't it? Now, I have an old milk bottle that is almost full of old guitar strings. Will that do in the meantime for a string quartet?

    I really need to get back to doing something constructive.

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    YES!!
    A whole orchestra of sonic morphing!!!
    That would be GREAT!!

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    Re: What's in the Future for morphing technology and Garritan products?

    The cello is next. Then other solo string instruments (Bass, viola and Guarneri del jesu violin). The all the instruments ever devised by man. And also Spock's harp.

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    Oooh. Saxes, please, Gary (soprano through Bari is enough for now, contrabass may be a little bit over-the-top! )Morphing JABB (hey a lot of those players back in the day were on a form of morphine, that's pretty close...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    And also Spock's harp.
    What about his ears?
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    Cello - yes yes - Gary you are a man of ultimate good taste. Then Viola, please please -- too little attention payed to this wonderful sonorous instrument.

    Then -- I wonder if you have considered how the morph could be applied to Trombone slides???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    The cello is next. Then other solo string instruments (Bass, viola and Guarneri del jesu violin).
    Do not forget the viola! (not that I expected you would)

    May I make a suggestion? A nice addition to the Strad library would be a "sul G" section. I had this idea of doing a rendition of "Zigeunerweisen," which uses a lot of G-string writing. I'm not sure whether this would be practical to add it into the existing Sradivarius instrument, but maybe there would be some way.

    Looking forward to the Guarneri! (and the viola!)
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    Do not forget the Flexitone!

    Mmmm... my mouth waters at the thought of a string quartet with sonic morphing strings... (I don't know why my mouth is watering though, as I have no intent to eat such things, but I guess it's better than my ears watering).
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    Re: What's in the Future for morphing technology and Garritan products?

    Quote Originally Posted by SeanHannifin
    Do not forget the Flexitone!

    Mmmm... my mouth waters at the thought of a string quartet with sonic morphing strings... (I don't know why my mouth is watering though, as I have no intent to eat such things, but I guess it's better than my ears watering).
    Flexitone!! That of course would be up to Giorgio

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