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    QLB via Prosamples

    Classical Orchestra (convert to gig) fine!
    Entho World (convert to gig) fine!
    Percussion Adventures (convert to gig) fine!
    QLB Orchestral (Convert to gig) not fine!
    * see post.
    Im lost. Here is that file I was talking about yesterday.

    4FHSUSM and there is also, 4FHSUSM+ . Both loacted in PARTITON C - VOLUME 002.

    Converet to gig and it\'s very muffeld..almost not there.
    *see post.

    Could there be a problem with the CD?>


    Nick Phoenix
    Posts: 192
    Registered: Apr 2000
    posted 07-25-2001 12:45 PM
    Programs with a + indicate that they require another program or 2 to complete them. 4FHsusF+ requires 4FHsusM+ and 4FHsusP+ to give you all the velocity layers (in the complete QLB library). I didn\'t program the Prosamples stuff, so I am trying to find out what is going on. BUT, if you see a program that has the same name as another, but has a \"+\" at the end of the name, that means that they are the same program, except the \"+\" program only covers certain velocities. You should never combine these two programs.
    [This message has been edited by Nick Phoenix (edited 07-25-2001).]


    Francis Belardino
    Posts: 56
    Registered: Jan 2001
    posted 07-25-2001 04:05 PM
    Thank you for looking into this. I will stand by.

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    Re: QLB via Prosamples

    I just bought the Prosamples QLB version.

    You don\'t need chicken systems translator.

    I had muffled sounds with the trombone and the french horn.

    I used the editor and set the filter on both instruments (remember to select all regions first) to NO FILTER.

    The conversion set a lowpass filter at 3, essentially cutting out 95% of the highs in the audio.

    After modifying, it sounded great.

    Akai samples have effects info included with them, thus the + in one version. I\'m not sure what effect that would have been, but the converter only converts the raw signal data to gig format.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: QLB via Prosamples

    Yes, it does. At the very least...I now know that I was not just hearing things. Thanks.

    I would like to know that the real QLB sounds better than what is on PSQPB.

    To be honest. I have heard sound fonts that have the same quality.

    I\'m guessing its Prosamples. I have heard all of Nicks demos and they rock!!

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