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    Thumbs up Stradivari demos

    I have taken a look at Garritan's web page, and...

    http://www.garritan.com/stradivari.html

    I cant believe it. I would like to know the opinion of any violin player, could you notice in any way it is not a real player?

    Giorgio, Stefano and Gary have done a great work.

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    Re: Stradivari demos

    Just begun listening to some pieces... W O W

    No library has been capable of performing in Real time all those nuances and realism until now... wow... I was already impressed before and I could become histerical right now again, though I think I'll thank Gary for struggling trough the difficulties you might have had for this release and release a product of such a quality...and thanks for showing different performances of the same piece!!!



    Iván

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    Yes, and the worst part of it all is a guy like myself who gets quite emotional over the sound of a violin played well. The demos are well constructed musically to showcase GSSV! I have a good friend who has been a violinist all her life. Her reaction was of great interest! "This would be an awesome teaching tool in the classroom!" I imagine she will order hers along with mine.
    This is an enormous breakthrough in sampling technology I am sure will have positive influence on all!
    GSSV is a positive step in sample development.
    Styxx

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    OMG!!! I WANT IT!!! I NEED IT!!! I MUST GET IT!!!

    BUT...

    How do I choose between GPOA and Stradivari??

    man oh man...I need more $$$


    Steph
    Last edited by Stephanie Pray; 10-20-2005 at 09:31 AM. Reason: forgot something

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    Very impressive. Will this ever be native in GS 3.x?

    Rob
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    Wow... those are some amazing samples Of course the question is, how difficult is it to preproduce such a sound that well.

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    Re: Stradivari demos

    Everyone go home! Go home! The Great and Benevolent Wizard of Oz has everything under control! Now, go home!
    But, if you pleas sir.
    Go home!
    Styxx

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    Argh! I finally have a new computer that's capable of running the Strad, but I spent so much on the computer that I can't afford the Strad! Life sucks!

    Ah, well, I know I'll order it eventually, but I'll have to wait a few months. (Unless I decide to order GPOA first. Too many decisions!!)
    Dan Powers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bela D Media
    OUTSTANDING!
    Yes, but I can imagine the sound of GSSV and Giovanni together. Mmm, yes ... can't wait!
    Styxx

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