Ahh, just when I thought I would not need any bass library for a while you come up with this product... [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
It’s great to see that in recent releases there is more emphasis on developing tools and certain programming features making the libraries more user friendly.
To me this is VERY important because it contributes to an uninterrupted flow of the creative process in a very positive way. This aspect of user friendliness is also what makes a library like VSL so interesting, especially when I hear members on this forum being able to come up with complete orchestral pieces in just a matter of hours without having to spend an X amount of time on editing.
It’s a great development, and for me it is also a key argument in deciding whether or not to buy a library. Keep up the good work!
Nick, this is really the way to demo libraries. Instead of doing complete tracks of music using the samples (one such demo is fine to show them in a context) I think this naked kind of demo is the way to go. I can hear all the detail of the library. The only thing I\'m missing is the noisefloor of the bass. Unless there\'s a gate in the chain it\'d sounds a bit unnatural in between notes (the silence) - I would have liked a sampled noisefloor to blend in with the bass track, but that\'s just me [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Great stuff, makes me want to buy it even though I know I have no use for it at the moment [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]