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    WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Just wanted to get some opinions on this effect:

    http://www.zreomusic.com/music/private/tboneslide.mp3

    ~Fire
    ~Sam Ferrara~

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Good.

    Sounds natural to me.

    I'd never suspect it's all a virtual instrument with fake slides had I just heard the random mp3 file.

    I also know jack crap about trombones, soooo... but perhaps I am your ideal audience, as most of your listeners won't know jack crap about trombones either, I suspect.

    -Tom

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Trombone? ... Whazzaa Trombone?
    Ott Horn
    Jasper, Tennessee

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    Finale 2008 / GPO
    Gateway / AMD Sempron 3100+ 2GB Memory
    700 GB Hard Drive
    Audigy2 Sound Card
    Holton TR158 Trombone
    Kurzweil Mark 10 Piano
    Magix Studio
    Behringer Studio Mixer
    A basket full of MXL, EV & Shure Microphones

    Three Pencils (saving up for paper)

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Sounds pretty convincing!

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    i guess the reason why the slides sound so convincing is because it is not samplebased.

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Thanks Fire - these slides do sound good and more importantly they can be adjusted to suit the material. I have noticed though that the 'tone' of this library often sounds somewhat brittle. Personally I am thinking that can be EQ'd out. What are your feelings on this?


    Rob
    Rob Elliott Music
    www.robelliottmusic.com

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    The slides sound pretty convincing to me, and I've played trombone for over 20 years. Cool.

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Loved the "slide" ... be interesting to see how that technology would work with a (slide) steel guitar (for country type music) ...
    Ott Horn
    Jasper, Tennessee

    www.jcfaith.com/otmerhorn

    myspace.com/otmerhornhisorchestra

    http://cdbaby.com/cd/otmerhorn


    Finale 2008 / GPO
    Gateway / AMD Sempron 3100+ 2GB Memory
    700 GB Hard Drive
    Audigy2 Sound Card
    Holton TR158 Trombone
    Kurzweil Mark 10 Piano
    Magix Studio
    Behringer Studio Mixer
    A basket full of MXL, EV & Shure Microphones

    Three Pencils (saving up for paper)

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Either a "Dobro" (trade name for a resonator guitar) or an electric steel (with pedals like a piano ... I finally got Finale to do it (a long while back) by messing with the midi controls ... (worked pretty well with the harmonica too!) ... my wife sings country so I fixed up some trax for her.
    Ott Horn
    Jasper, Tennessee

    www.jcfaith.com/otmerhorn

    myspace.com/otmerhornhisorchestra

    http://cdbaby.com/cd/otmerhorn


    Finale 2008 / GPO
    Gateway / AMD Sempron 3100+ 2GB Memory
    700 GB Hard Drive
    Audigy2 Sound Card
    Holton TR158 Trombone
    Kurzweil Mark 10 Piano
    Magix Studio
    Behringer Studio Mixer
    A basket full of MXL, EV & Shure Microphones

    Three Pencils (saving up for paper)

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    Re: WIVI Trombone Slide Emulation

    Quote Originally Posted by otmerhorn
    Either a "Dobro" (trade name for a resonator guitar) or an electric steel (with pedals like a piano ... I finally got Finale to do it (a long while back) by messing with the midi controls ... (worked pretty well with the harmonica too!) ... my wife sings country so I fixed up some trax for her.
    Nice! A steel player here!

    I actually always thought a good Synth would be able to replicate a Steel/Lap/Pedal nicely, especially with such advancement in the Synth world (Synful/WIVI).

    Rob - I have to agree here. Definitely use some EQ, and I opt to not use the in-house reverb, I set it to External, then use Altiverb.

    Prince of Music - A combination of Pitchbend, insane amounts of Portamento, and legato.
    ~Sam Ferrara~

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