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    Garritan Libraries Exhibiting at Musikmesse

    We will be exhibiting at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt Germany on April 6 - 9th. From what I understand, Musikmesse is one of the largest trade shows in the world. For five days, some 16 exhibit halls are filled with music products and music technology.

    If you are attending, please come by and visit us at our Booth - #5.1D54

    Giorgio, Stefano and Gianni will be demonstrating the Solo Stradivari Violin and will be producing some jaw-dropping real-time performances!

    We'll be demonstrating the jazz & big band library. Don Williams will be showing Overture 4 which has VST hosting and tight integration with GPO. Jeff will be there as well and we will be announcing our new impulse library. Franz, Jens, Roman and other forum members will be helping out.

    Let me know if you'll be at the Musikmesse and I'll look forward to seeing you there.

    Gary Garritan

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    congratulations Gary, I hope you are going to post a lot of staff about your new developments

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    Wow, sound like a full tinycanary! I think I'll fly over and make sure everything goes a-cordian to da plan boss. BOSS! DA PLAN BOSS!

    No, really, now easynowwatchitnowwait! Don'tgotoofartoofasttoosoon! Have a nice time in ol Calcutta me granny once went to frankfurter but was burnt in the end and had to cut her shorts.

    May you prosper and show the world ... IT'S MORPHIN TIME!
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    Re: Garritan Libraries Exhibiting at Musikmesse

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Giorgio, Stefano and Gianni will be demonstrating the Solo Stradivari Violin and will be producing some jaw-dropping real-time performances!
    Are you going to be videotaping this for subsequent posting on your site?

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    What's it called? "Music mess"? Sounds like the piece I was working on a while ago.

    Hope you have a great time and I'll see you back in this neck of the woods.

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    Re: Garritan Libraries Exhibiting at Musikmesse

    Quote Originally Posted by Shazbot
    What's it called? "Music mess"? Sounds like the piece I was working on a while ago.
    Those Germans have a different word for everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottnorma
    Those Germans have a different word for everything.
    And can construct compound-words for things they don't!

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    What's an 'impulse library?' Or at least, what will Gary's new Impulse library consist of?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Garritan Libraries Exhibiting at Musikmesse

    Quote Originally Posted by imagegod
    What's an 'impulse library?' About 180 over 60. Or at least, what will Gary's new Impulse library consist of?Pulses

    Thanks!
    You're welcome.
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    Gary,

    will you show some of the bigband library as well? I very much hope so! That would be a reason for me to go the Musikmesse, a habit I stopped years ago because it was always so big and crowded.....


    scottnorma:
    A "different" word for everything? What do you mean? Different from the english ones? Of course we do, because, hello!, we speak a different language!

    BTW, the german "Messe" and the english "fair" (which in this case mean the same) both originate from latin ("missa" and "feria", which in this case also mean the same).

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