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    VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    Is it true that the K2 scripting will eliminate the use of VSL Performance Tools in anyway?

    Thanks.

    hc.

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    Hi hc!
    Possibily it will! But: KSP (and Kontakt) has some annoying bugs that large and complex scripts aren't easy to write in KSP. And the new VSL Cube stuff (i watched it at Musikmesse Frankfurt) is impressing - i would say that their programmers did a great job and it will take a long time to get near to that with KSP...

    Cheers,
    Benjamin

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    Quote Originally Posted by hangee_77
    Is it true that the K2 scripting will eliminate the use of VSL Performance Tools in anyway?

    Thanks.

    hc.
    If you get the Kontakt license for any of the Horizon library, there's no need for the Performance Tool (maybe just for advanced repetition control).

    Nothing from First or Pro Edition is converted to Kontakt.

    Regards

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    Yes, i know! But: take a look a the new VSL Cube with it articulation matrix and everything! I think this can't be done easily in Kontakt...

    Cheers,
    Benjamin

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    But the VSL Cube has no Performance Tool. The Performance Tools was needed for First, Pro and Horizon libraries. Just different things we're talking.

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    thanks for the replies, in fact yes I was mentioning about the older VSL products.

    i have the VSL Pro & I like the Performance Tools so much, really useful tool.

    however there is something that I don’t like about it that too many sequenced steps just to open the performance tools. (Creamware Scope (my audio card), virtual midi ports, performance tools, gigastudio, sequencer)…too hassle. Yet sometimes when the computer crashed, I have to do all those steps again.

    so I was just thinking to move to K2 as a VST plugins, and everything is saved under the sequencer file.

    Is the K2 scripting harder than the Performance tools?

    Hc.

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    Once you used the performance instrument in K2, you just wont go back to GS. ..cause it's sooo much more confortable.

    I'd be looking to crossgdade from the pro ed to Opus 1(K2) if i were you.. That
    ''shouldn't'' be too expensive since you already own the samples.. It's not as complet as the pro edition but it's a start...

    Did you ask on the VSL forum, if someone managed to translat the Pro Ed to K2 format?... Some body must have tried this...

    Good luck!

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    I'd love to hear an update on this topic, if possible.

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    For older libraries there is no Kontakt version and never will be probably, thus no scripting. The complex mappings and keyswitching in anything that would use the perf tool make the conversion from Gigastudio to Kontakt difficult. If you want advanced functionality without a perf tool you will probably have to move on to something else other than older editions of VSL.

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    Re: VSL Performance Tool vs K2 Scripting?

    [QUOTE=geronimo001]Once you used the performance instrument in K2, you just wont go back to GS. ..cause it's sooo much more confortable.

    QUOTE]

    What performance instrument are you referring to?
    P4 3.0, 2 gig ram, nvidia 6800gt, 3 SATA drives, EMU-1820M, UAD-1, Studiologic SL-110, Mackie Universal Controller, Behringer Truth B2031A, Cubase SX3, Kontakt2, EWQL Gold, EWQL Choirs, EWQL Collosus, NI Akoustik Piano, NI Elektrik Piano, NI B4 II, EZ Drummer, Lyrical Distortion 1+2, Scarbee Bass, Real Guitar2, Atmospheres, Absynth1, GPO

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