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    Old Dog - New Tricks

    In the olden days when I still used "black box" sound sources I was very used to using only key velocity to add accents to my brass work. I have now discovered, after living awhile with GPO, that adding one of the "aggressive" overlay tracks next to the plr1 (or regular overlay track - or both!) and only copying the notes I wish accented to the "ag" track gives me a wonderful brass sound. I was initially disappointed with the Garritan brass sounds but after discovering this technique they really do sound great. Just my two cents worth!

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    Re: Old Dog - New Tricks

    Quote Originally Posted by reberclark
    In the olden days when I still used "black box" sound sources I was very used to using only key velocity to add accents to my brass work. I have now discovered, after living awhile with GPO, that adding one of the "aggressive" overlay tracks next to the plr1 (or regular overlay track - or both!) and only copying the notes I wish accented to the "ag" track gives me a wonderful brass sound. I was initially disappointed with the Garritan brass sounds but after discovering this technique they really do sound great. Just my two cents worth!
    Woof, woof!! Good tip!!

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