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    What brass library for what?

    What brass-library do you use to play the saddest melodies, and what brass-library do you use to play the merriest melodies?

    Do you think that this or that library does work for this and that better?

    Any suggestions?

    Many thanks!

    Gunther
    "Music is the shorthand of emotion." Leo Tolstoy

    Listen to me, tuning my triangle http://www.box.net/shared/ae822u6r3i

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    Re: What brass library for what?

    Yes.

    I have Miserable Horns 1.0 & 2.0, they're great. No need to learn how to play, they do everything for you.
    The software is able to sense the moisture from the tears on your keyboard, and adjust the sadness factor accordingly.
    Spectrasonics does all of my pads for me too.
    As a matter of fact all of my libraries are looped, I just push buttons and Voila.
    No need to learn music or anything as umimportasnt as that.
    I sound just like everybody else.......ain't life great.
    JimmyV

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    Re: What brass library for what?

    Quote Originally Posted by scope4live View Post
    Yes.

    I have Miserable Horns 1.0 & 2.0, they're great.
    yeah!!

    The upgrade 2.0 keyswitches are just heartbreaking!

    Happytoots 3 is rex compatible and works just a treat in Stylus.






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    Re: What brass library for what?

    Wait a minute. Are you guys insinuating VSLs Epic Horns is just as good at portraying sad melodies as any other brass library? Wait, so we only need ONE library as long as we know how to write music?

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    Re: What brass library for what?

    I wrote a piece so sad that my horn section committed suicide. I caution everyone to write happier tunes. Nothing sadder than booting up your machine to find a virtual french horn player drunk as a monkey waving a pistol. Shy away from keys like Am or Dm. Write a nice bouncy tune in C major. Try the new VST library "Happy and Horny" by Brassmyass.com Only plays major scales and has a online VST suicide prevention button in case one of the dudes starts wandering into sadder musical landscapes. This is all true...

    www.darrenpasdernick.com
    "Every time you play a wrong note God kills a kitten."

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