Will you be offering a bundle when the trumpets are released? Or maybe you\'ll wait for a future T*** product to be finished, so you can offer the full ensemble.
I noticed that while you have bundles on your site, the US resellers generally sell the Project Sam product separately. As a US citizen, and the only person on this site who hasn\'t yet purchased your horns/trombones, I\'m interested in some sort of bundled pricing. And with the trumpets being released soon, your libs are quickly moving to the top of my \"buy\" list.
I found them :-) I had only been looking at the \"order\" page before for bundle pricing.
Next, I\'ll need to check the €/$ ratio. And then there\'s shipping to the US. Then again, it took a while for the first two Project Sam libraries to find their way to US distribution. I\'m not sure that I want to wait that long for your libraries.
Run, don\'t walk, to listen to the tutorial demo. That is how you sell a library. Great work Maarten and Co. Just think how satisfied EWQL interested parties would have been with a similar approach to section demos. Any lib for that matter.
Question for Maarten: At about 2 minutes in, during the \"strong sustains\" full orch piece... would that be a SAM tuba I hear? Could be a bass bone, but.... ever hopeful.
The demos are all outstanding. Good job - as USUAL Aaron. Simon, I really like your thematic development here (I think it is my fav that you have written). Maarten, sounds like you had your \'hand\' in the audio demo - great writing their as well. These \'types\' of demos are simply the best way to \'expose\' the subject library. You get the arrangement \'open\' enough to allow us to listen to the articulation.
Thanks for giving me the reason to now buy the bones (duo package - Trumpets and bones). This will be an outstanding addition to the VSL legato brass.