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    World Music Instrument List

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    Last edited by reberclark; 01-21-2010 at 06:09 PM. Reason: Duh, I just found the NAMM anouncement
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    Re: World Music Instrument List

    -Rather intriguing, Reber - You were posting the current Beta list of instruments in the Garritan World Music Library, but decided not to--?

    As a Beta tester of the Library, I can say that I am just plain thrilled with the depth of the work that's been done so far.

    --still wonder what your original post was--?

    Randy

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    Re: World Music Instrument List

    Hi Randy - I was asking if we had an instrument list yet...then I found Garritan's original NAMM announcement which was fairly thorough so I deleted my post. If you have a complete instrument list I'd love to get a copy.
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    Re: World Music Instrument List

    Quote Originally Posted by reberclark View Post
    Hi Randy - I was asking if we had an instrument list yet...then I found Garritan's original NAMM announcement which was fairly thorough so I deleted my post. If you have a complete instrument list I'd love to get a copy.
    Ah, I see. Well, Chip, the development of the World Library still seems to be in flux, so it would be premature to post the list of instruments as it currently appears. I'm rather sure that list will be consolidated and changed a bit before it's released.

    Randy

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    Re: World Music Instrument List

    I understand. A competitor has recently released two percussion libraries, now bundled and usable with with Kontakt Player, which include a good selection of world music instruments. I don't think their product includes the Scala feature, however. I'm very interested in comparing the two companies' offerings.
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