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    AAS Modelling Collection

    Anyone use any of their VIs? They still have that bundle deal going for a couple more days. The guitar (GS-1) and String modelling is what interests me the most, though I could probably use the LoungeLizard and UltraAnalog as well.

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    Re: AAS Modelling Collection

    i downloaded the free strum and i am not impressed at all.
    it sounds very artifical.
    maybe the other plugs in their collection sound significantly better but after strum im not tempted to try any of them.

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    Lounge Lizard is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergievsky View Post
    Anyone use any of their VIs? They still have that bundle deal going for a couple more days. The guitar (GS-1) and String modelling is what interests me the most, though I could probably use the LoungeLizard and UltraAnalog as well.
    I don't have GS-1 but have all the others since 2 years: Ultra analog sound very very good, Tassmann is a great modular,Lounge Lizard the best modeling EP I've heard and String Studio is very good to do a lot of strange stuff...
    I don't work for them....

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    When I compare some of the Ep's in Omnisphere with Lounge Lizard, I realise now much better a real sampled EP sounds. Of course Lounge Lizard is very easy on the CPU. Everything comes at a price.

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    Re: AAS Modelling Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by slinky View Post
    When I compare some of the Ep's in Omnisphere with Lounge Lizard, I realise now much better a real sampled EP sounds. Of course Lounge Lizard is very easy on the CPU. Everything comes at a price.
    Did you try to put the same FX chain on Lounge Lizard (including those you can hear in the "dry" samples).......

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    Re: AAS Modelling Collection

    Dont know about Lounge Lizard but the EVP-88 in Logic certainly has a tendency to vanish into a bunch of sinewaves in the mix.
    Samplebased still rules in that regard.
    I use the Scarbee Rhodes and Wurlitzer and it wipes the floor with the EVP.

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    I really liked the demos in String Studio, I thought it had a lot of potential for some cool sounds. Anyway, still thinking about it. Also see that Independence Pro is part of another special...damn, these things are so tempting! I don't know anymore if it's good the economy is bad or what.

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    Re: AAS Modelling Collection

    AAS are really among the top VI developers: all their instruments are very strong and individual-sounding. String Studio is uniquely beautiful IMHO. I was however underwhelmed with the sound of Strum, but you can improve it with a little tweaking and it is very nice to play-in some respects I prefer it to Real Guitar for ease of use.

    If you're not sure I'd check out the demos or the cheaper Session instruments.

    Nigel

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