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Well the new Rompler is getting some action. KVR even put it in News, which I can't always get them to do. Sam and Simon got mentioned so that is good. Maybe it will get some more folks aware of the commercially version of VSCO2. Hope so anyway.

Someone must have tweeted about it as I've gotten a ton of t.co hits. Thank you whoever you are.
(02-16-2017, 07:02 PM)bigcat1969 Wrote: [ -> ]Well the new Rompler is getting some action. KVR even put it in News, which I can't always get them to do. Sam and Simon got mentioned so that is good. Maybe it will get some more folks aware of the commercially version of VSCO2. Hope so anyway.

Someone must have tweeted about it as I've gotten a ton of t.co hits. Thank you whoever you are.

Looks like KVR did a tweet and a few people retweeted it. Congrats, BC! Off to the races, we are.
Cool I understand the the big contest to score the 'found' masterpieces of silent cinema can now be scored with the CE. I mentioned it on the blog.

Bedroom Producers and Rekkerd have both mentioned us now, so the downloads are back up a bit (as opposed to the uploads being down). Over 3600 now, so a nice little launch thanks to the pretty interface. As an ugly guy, I can tell you noone can resist a pretty face...

Oddly someone on Gearslutz had their browser label mediafire as unsafe so that probably killed the downloads from there. I'd never heard of mediafire being a problem. Ah well.
(02-21-2017, 06:05 PM)bigcat1969 Wrote: [ -> ]Cool I understand the the big contest to score the 'found' masterpieces of silent cinema can now be scored  with the CE. I mentioned it on the blog.

Bedroom Producers and Rekkerd have both mentioned us now, so the downloads are back up a bit (as opposed to the uploads being down). Over 3600 now, so a nice little launch thanks to the pretty interface. As an ugly guy, I can tell you noone can resist a pretty face...

Oddly someone on Gearslutz had their browser label mediafire as unsafe so that probably killed the downloads from there. I'd never heard of mediafire being a problem. Ah well.

Thanks BC (or shall I say, "Large Feline")! You know I have the same experience with pretty faces. I've given in to the fact that the only lovers I'll have are the instruments I play.

I've shifted the CE SFZ version over to github to save bandwidth and also get rid of the headache that is repackaging every time I fix a bug or someone sends some changes over.

Don't worry about people's browsers labeling things too much. It's a personal thing that happens to people who spend all their money on anti-virus software that thinks everything is a virus if it comes from the internet.
Topped 6000 downloads, though also getting some reports of instability... sigh.

Back to Kontakt, as I'm amazed by the job Sam and the gang did with the Pro Kontakt instruments. I've kind of forgotten what I was doing, but here trying to use Nils Liberg's NL Crossfade script V0.6 on the flute. Also emulating the convo reverb on the Pro version somewhat and a bit of EQ. Very simple and small interface. Thoughts?

http://www.mediafire.com/file/tlw90mzz4y..._XFade.zip
(03-01-2017, 05:35 PM)bigcat1969 Wrote: [ -> ]Nice Youtube video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww7gizvLu80

Nice video indeed! I wish they showed more of the articulations, but I can see how that could take a really long time, hehe.

-Sam
Out of curiosity, do you guys record, license, or use royalty free impulse responses (which are a rare beast indeed), or does Kontakt/Maize come with these? I once downloaded a free Kontakt instrument to see if I could port it, and it came with a 1:1 copy of the entire Samplicity Bricasti M7 impulse response library sneakily hidden in a subfolder. That was a lot of non-instrument data for a virtual instrument.
(03-02-2017, 01:36 AM)Otto Halmén Wrote: [ -> ]Out of curiosity, do you guys record, license, or use royalty free impulse responses (which are a rare beast indeed), or does Kontakt/Maize come with these? I once downloaded a free Kontakt instrument to see if I could port it, and it came with a 1:1 copy of the entire Samplicity Bricasti M7 impulse response library sneakily hidden in a subfolder. That was a lot of non-instrument data for a virtual instrument.

We used the factory default impulse library. I could imagine someone could license an existing set.

I know there's a massive royalty free impulse library somewhere, I downloaded it ages ago. We almost used it, but using the factory default set was easier and more reliable (and it sounds pretty good with no tweaking necessary) so we went with that.
Lots of problems with Reaper. Specifically saving a reloading projects in which the Rompler was used crashes Reaper. Doh!

Since Reaper is 'free' I really should download it and try to see if I can figure anything out. I love the Reaper community and the idea of Reaper, but I never could figure out the DAW itself.
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