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    Ensembles

    There is a statement in the JABB manual: "To learn more see the Ensemble Building tutorials on the www.garritan.com website." The only ensemble building tutorial I can find is one for GPO strings:

    http://www.garritan.com/tutorial/Str...gTutorial.html

    Is there something else?

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    Re: Ensembles

    Quote Originally Posted by danika
    There is a statement in the JABB manual: "To learn more see the Ensemble Building tutorials on the www.garritan.com website." The only ensemble building tutorial I can find is one for GPO strings:

    http://www.garritan.com/tutorial/Str...gTutorial.html

    Is there something else?
    No, it's not. I would love to see more though. Especially tutorials which showed how to do it in other apps too, like in Sibelius and such notation software.

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    Re: Ensembles

    You really don't need GPO-style ensemble building with JABB because a jazz ensemble typically only has one player per part. In an orchestra, on the other hand, you'll often have many players in unison on a single line.

    Actually, it might just be a case that the JABB manual was based off the GPO manual as a template: perhaps the reference to ensemble building slipped through editing and was never deleted...

    - m
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    Re: Ensembles

    Quote Originally Posted by Markleford
    You really don't need GPO-style ensemble building with JABB because a jazz ensemble typically only has one player per part. In an orchestra, on the other hand, you'll often have many players in unison on a single line.

    Actually, it might just be a case that the JABB manual was based off the GPO manual as a template: perhaps the reference to ensemble building slipped through editing and was never deleted...

    - m
    I would love to see more ensemble building tutorials on Garritan.com though, covering all sections.

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