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    Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Comments, mix, composition and any helpful suggestions:

    http://www./mymusic/Adventure_Sequence.mp3

    (This is an initial pitch to a game developer.)

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    Re: Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Sounds good to me! Nice mix and ambience. Moody.

    Good luck.

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    Very good comp! Loved it. Good luck on the gig.
    What libraries?
    Cheers,
    J

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    Hey Frederick, Great stuff. I wouldn\'t call it an \"adventure sequence\" [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] but I very much liked it. Again as Jaime asked, little library list would be cool.
    Keep it up and good luck on the pitch.

    cb

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    Re: Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Good Work!!,
    D.M

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    Re: Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Thanks for listening!

    Originally posted by christianb:
    I wouldn\'t call it an \"adventure sequence\" [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Agreed. I admit that put more thought into the music than the title. (Naming babies can be a challenge for me too.)

    The libraries used were all VSL First Edition. (I did not use performance tools for this one.) Emagic Space Designer \"Concert Hall\" was used for ambience.

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    Re: Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Originally posted by Frederick:
    Comments, mix, composition and any helpful suggestions:

    http://www./mymusic/Adventure_Sequence.mp3

    (This is an initial pitch to a game developer.)
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Sounds great Frederick!

    Could you clear something up for me?

    I\'m on a G4 Dual 1 G, and I use Pro Tools. Will VSL work with my set up, or is it only able to be used on the Mac via EXS in Logic or something? Thanks and great sounds.

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    Re: Latest Orchestral Demo using Mac G5

    Originally posted by tomhartman:
    </font><blockquote><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><hr /><font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Originally posted by Frederick:
    Comments, mix, composition and any helpful suggestions:

    http://www./mymusic/Adventure_Sequence.mp3

    (This is an initial pitch to a game developer.)
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Sounds great Frederick!

    Could you clear something up for me?

    I\'m on a G4 Dual 1 G, and I use Pro Tools. Will VSL work with my set up, or is it only able to be used on the Mac via EXS in Logic or something? Thanks and great sounds.
    </font><hr /></blockquote><font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Hi Tom,

    First off, thanks for your kind words.

    For the Mac Platform you\'ll need EXS24MkII which currently only runs within the Logic environment. There may be workarounds to continue to utilize your Pro Tools platform.

    Are you using the hardware version with the PCI cards? If so I do know of a colleague who uses two GigaPCs with VSL and slaves them via midi while routing the audio to his Pro Tools rig with excellent results. Of course you could do the same by slaving a G5 as a dedicated 64 EXS-Instances VSL machine and trigger it via midi from your Pro Tools rig.

    There may very well be a work around I haven\'t thought of to try. There are plenty here on the forum who have some experience in this.

    My setup is really pretty simple: a single Mac G5 Dual 2Ghz OS X Jaguar running Logic version 6.3.2 and EXS24MkII with VSL First Edition with Emagic Space Designer on the buss.

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