I am happy to announce that the Timpani Supplement is just about ready to be released. We are in the final stages of editing and testing. I\'ll try to post a small demo tonight. I can not tell you guys how excited I am about how this library turned out. The right and left hand samples (at 8 velocities no less) make this the most natural sounding timpani anywhere.
We used B & K 4006\'s, Avalon VT737\'s, and an Apogee PSX100. Everything was recorded at 24bit and dithered to 16bit using Apogee\'s UV22. There are six mallets to choose from including fingers/hands!
Well, of course I would like the demo, but what I\'d really like, is the CD set To me, demos are either too clever (e.g. uses a lot of loops which you are impressed by, until you find out that they were loops), or they don\'t do the product justice, which I think is the case with most demos for UOP e.g. Sooooo how much will it be that I need to reserve for this?