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    Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    They have Independence Pro 2.5 Software Suite 33% off which includes Independence 2.5, Independence Live 2.5, Independence FX 2.5.

    There seems to be some affordable libraries for it. I wonder how it would be for creating instruments?

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    Re: Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    I bought this around December. It's a lot stuff for the money. The sample player has been OK, but not great; Kontakt is much more stable. Support is really slow but eventually gets around to you. Some of the sounds were probably top-notch three to four years ago, but are starting to show their age. I would place them at a notch or two above the Kontakt factory library with some much better. I believe the strings are Kirk Hunter, which if you don't have good strings, definitely adds to the value for you.

    If I had to make the choice over again, I think I would still buy it; it is a really big bag full of stuff and I can always use more stuff.

    John

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    Re: Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    I also think strings are form Kirk Hunter.

    and there is indepence free which tells sometihng about some areas i think sounds are nice but some areas based audiodemos Kontakt have edge. But one best sampled acoustic drums come with indence i think. at least my taste.

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    Re: Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    I've got the free version, the drums are ace, so thats all I use.
    Derek
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    Re: Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    Quote Originally Posted by Meyo View Post
    I bought this around December. It's a lot stuff for the money. The sample player has been OK, but not great; Kontakt is much more stable. Support is really slow but eventually gets around to you. Some of the sounds were probably top-notch three to four years ago, but are starting to show their age. I would place them at a notch or two above the Kontakt factory library with some much better. I believe the strings are Kirk Hunter, which if you don't have good strings, definitely adds to the value for you.

    If I had to make the choice over again, I think I would still buy it; it is a really big bag full of stuff and I can always use more stuff.

    John
    I didn't think the software suite came with any sounds.

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    Re: Anyone familiar with Yellow Tools Independence?

    I bought the Independence Pro 2.5 Crossgrade; it came with almost all their libraries.

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