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    Question Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Anybody know of any new .nki programs utilizing scripting for the Sonic Implants libraries. I only have the originals, which have none of this, i.e. modwheel dynamics crossfading, etc.
    If the work is already done, that would be such a help for me.

    Thanks,

    Mr. A.
    Nuendo 3/ Cubase 4.5 on XP sp2 QuadCore 2.66 Ghz VisionDaw Built DAW RME HDSP 96/52 into ProTools HD3 (digi192x6) on MacPro 3 Ghz... Farm PCs x (6) VisionDaw Machines PC Dual 2.66 Ghz w- Kontakt 3.5 w/ UAD Cards Midi Over Lan

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Have solved my situation. Sonivox came to my rescue very quickly with a solution.

    The scripted programs were there already for the whole library, except the Ensembles, which I happened to be using. But in further investigation, if I were to do the modwheel xfade, the voice count would be huge. Will use the section programs instead.

    Yeah Sonivox!
    Nuendo 3/ Cubase 4.5 on XP sp2 QuadCore 2.66 Ghz VisionDaw Built DAW RME HDSP 96/52 into ProTools HD3 (digi192x6) on MacPro 3 Ghz... Farm PCs x (6) VisionDaw Machines PC Dual 2.66 Ghz w- Kontakt 3.5 w/ UAD Cards Midi Over Lan

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anxiety View Post
    Have solved my situation. Sonivox came to my rescue very quickly with a solution.

    The scripted programs were there already for the whole library, except the Ensembles, which I happened to be using. But in further investigation, if I were to do the modwheel xfade, the voice count would be huge. Will use the section programs instead.

    Yeah Sonivox!
    Do you have the K2 version?

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Yes, the K2 version.

    I wrote my score using the Ensemble Con Sordino for my pads. Now that I am mixing, I wanted to add some dynamics/movement to the part, where it is exposed in the score.
    That's why I was initially hoping to have modwheel dyn xfade capability to do this.
    Nuendo 3/ Cubase 4.5 on XP sp2 QuadCore 2.66 Ghz VisionDaw Built DAW RME HDSP 96/52 into ProTools HD3 (digi192x6) on MacPro 3 Ghz... Farm PCs x (6) VisionDaw Machines PC Dual 2.66 Ghz w- Kontakt 3.5 w/ UAD Cards Midi Over Lan

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anxiety View Post
    Yes, the K2 version.

    I wrote my score using the Ensemble Con Sordino for my pads. Now that I am mixing, I wanted to add some dynamics/movement to the part, where it is exposed in the score.
    That's why I was initially hoping to have modwheel dyn xfade capability to do this.
    OK, I have the giga version translated to K2 so i though it would have been nice to have them nki files? They probably wouldn't work anyway...

    BTW, you probably already knows this but Kotori has a very cool script that can turn normal velocity instruments into X-fade instruments real fast. I cant remember the name now but I'm sure you can find it. Doesn't work with SIPS unfortunately.

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    BTW does anyone have the Sonivox Percussion set? It seems to have been overrun by EWQL's percussion offerings et al but the demo's sound ok. Anyone?

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    Re: Any new .nki s for Sonic Implants Strings

    Yes, the Kotori script is brilliant. It just needs some time to incorporate with a complex layering instrument, as the SI Ensembles are with the various instument groups comprising the program.

    BTW - these strings do sound awesome;I knew there was a reason I keep using them.

    Will keep you posted on any new patches for the Ensembles.

    Mr. A.
    Nuendo 3/ Cubase 4.5 on XP sp2 QuadCore 2.66 Ghz VisionDaw Built DAW RME HDSP 96/52 into ProTools HD3 (digi192x6) on MacPro 3 Ghz... Farm PCs x (6) VisionDaw Machines PC Dual 2.66 Ghz w- Kontakt 3.5 w/ UAD Cards Midi Over Lan

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