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    Orchestration Site

    A while back, someone, somewhere had posted a link to an orchestration site, I think it was out of the UK, which had ranges of intruments, intrumental examples, and was very well laid out. Does anybody know what is the link for that site? More importantly, does anybody know what I"m referring to... Any info appreciated, thanks.

    P.S. I know about the orchestration lessons on the other part of the garritan site, I"m just trying to track down this site, thanks.

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    -Dani-

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    That's a really neat site. Look at all these examples of different strings effects:

    http://www.mti.dmu.ac.uk/~ahugill/manual/strings.html
    Vista / Sonar Home Studio 6 / GPO 2d edition / Melodyne Uno 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZareOne
    Hope it helps!
    Absolutely phantastic, thank you!
    Uli Reuter
    film composer, Germany

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    Re: Orchestration Site

    I Like this one:
    http://www.vsl.co.at/en-us/70/149/46.vsl
    It's got ranges, sound combinations, etc.

    Vienna Symphonic Library

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    Just for strings:

    http://www.siegelproductions.ca/calvinsieb/bow.htm


    Video and sound!!!

    Raymond

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    Re: Orchestration Site

    Hi Zareone, that's the one, the first one... I had lost the link... The second one is good too...

    squoze, thanks for the vsl link too... Definitely good info there...

    and yes raymond, that's deinfitely is a unique site with strings info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by squoze
    I Like this one:
    http://www.vsl.co.at/en-us/70/149/46.vsl
    It's got ranges, sound combinations, etc.

    Vienna Symphonic Library
    Thanks for that one, it's a jewel.

    SergeD

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