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    If you use multiple sound sources for orchestral sounds...

    If you use multiple sound sources for orchestral sounds i want know what you use form them. or else libraies weakest points. i maybe buy something addinational stuff to ik multimedia total workstation 2.

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    Re: If you use multiple sound sources for orchestral sounds...

    If I understand your question correctly and you are interested in orchestral sound libraries etc. there are many good ones available. For example, visit the web site and c/o the products from EastWest/QuatumLeap...............playz
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    Re: If you use multiple sound sources for orchestral sounds...

    I think you can try the Symphony Dynamic from MystSonic, it is designed for multiple use and don't need to load too much. Their website has video to see what it does, you can check it out.

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    Re: If you use multiple sound sources for orchestral sounds...

    I mean something like:
    I use X for violas but there is awful harp etc. This type comments. Somehow i searching more strings than other sounds.

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