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Topic: Who Actually Made the Apple Jam Pack Libraries?

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    Who Actually Made the Apple Jam Pack Libraries?

    When I bought Logic Pro I never thought to use the orchestral sounds included, but the more and more I use them they are, well, really freaking good at times. So where do the samples come from? I can't imagine Apple doing it. I've heard people say they bought some from VSL, but I don't know. Are they totally synthetic?

    One thing that is great about the strings is that they have minimal vibrato, which comes in extremely handy for those haunting sounds. The staccato woodwinds are great also. Granted, i think the programming doesn't make them easy to use, and I've never been able to play them live but after rendering them and doing some eqing I'm kind of blown away.
    -Keith Fuller

    iMac Quad i7 * MacBook Pro * Logic Studio 9 * WD 320GB & 1TB Externals@7,200RPM * Presonus Firebox * M-Audio Axiom 25 & Keystation 61 * Rode NT1-A * Epiphone Hollowbody * Fender Amp * KRK Rokit 8's

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    Re: Who Actually Made the Apple Jam Pack Libraries?

    Many of the Apple Symphonic Orchestra samples share the very same name with VSL's... ;-)
    Mac Pro Quad Core, 23" Apple Cinema, Logic Pro 8.x + VSL PRO Edition, some of the VI's, GPO, Ivory, Edirol UA-25 audio card, Event TR6 monitors, 1 girlfriend (Ines).

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