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precisionsound
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861 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Wed Jun 29, 2005 4:13 am Wish list for future products.

Reply to this tread with your wishes for future products from Precisionsound.

Lars
Joseph Burrell
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331 posts since 6 Sep, 2004, from SC

Postby Joseph Burrell; Wed Jun 29, 2005 7:11 am

I can't give you specifics and I don't know how successful the current line of products has been, but personally, I'd like to see more rare-unfound type instruments. The kloo mandolin, j-celeste, swedish keyharp, concert xylophone, cembalo, celtic whistles, the flutes, weltermiester accordian, and on and on, are some of the most amazing instruments I own. They are well worth anyone's money and stand out in this day of ho-hum everyday products. I think this is the direction I'd like to see you do more products in. I can't get enough crazy stuff.

Also, one shot deals like Ethereal and Monzter Guitars are welcome as well.

I'm not sure I care if I ever see another drum kit. That market is pretty saturated with great low price solutions and you have your bases pretty covered in that area. I'll still take a look at the metal kit, but chances are I'll pass it up.
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Sahul
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355 posts since 19 Nov, 2000, from Valencia, Spain

Postby Sahul; Mon Oct 10, 2005 9:32 am

I'd like something in the lines of Zero G Vocal Forge, I mean, a good collection of useful vocal lines in different styles, from pop to opera.
Pol Davril
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Postby Pol Davril; Wed Nov 23, 2005 12:16 pm

I would appreciate a true ORCHESTRAL HARP with at least 4 velocities (and at least 4 samples per octave, C-D#-F#-A).
Such a good instrument is hard to find at an affordable price.
kagamul
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3 posts since 4 Dec, 2005

Postby kagamul; Sun Dec 04, 2005 3:50 pm

I have your beautiful Nordic Upright library and I would love to own a grand-piano library (sampled from an older "well used and serviced" piano) that has this personality to it that every other grand piano library lacks!
sghoughton
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238 posts since 10 Aug, 2004

Postby sghoughton; Mon Feb 27, 2006 7:43 pm

Duduk
kagamul
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Postby kagamul; Sat Mar 11, 2006 2:04 pm

I'd die for decent Fender-Rhodes Piano-Bass samples!
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precisionsound
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861 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Sat Mar 11, 2006 2:50 pm

:) Ok, i have the perfect product for you: Broomstickbass!
http://www.bornemark.se/bb/
Lots of nice multisampled basses and with very great control of articulations not presented in any other library/player, i think. I edited all the sounds on this and i can promise you will not get disapointed if you buy it. Yes it has a fender Rhodes bass also... of course! :) And a Chapman Stick that is smooth as the shit from a ducks ass ;P

Lars
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liars&ashes
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Postby liars&ashes; Sat Mar 11, 2006 2:51 pm

----Acidized loops.

Jeff
kagamul
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Postby kagamul; Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:30 pm

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[quote="precisionsound"]:) Ok, i have the perfect product for you: Broomstickbass!
http://www.bornemark.se/bb/ (http://www.bornemark.se/bb/)

Thanks - have to check it out!
Do I have access to the samples or can I only use them with the plugin - I'd like to be able to load them into a Fantom XR

Manuel
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precisionsound
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861 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:50 pm

You can only use them in Broomstickbass. All samples are hardwired to the plugin in .bin files.

Lars
Joseph Burrell
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331 posts since 6 Sep, 2004, from SC

Postby Joseph Burrell; Fri Mar 31, 2006 8:13 pm

Lars,

How about an entire collection of toy instruments?
Support your fellow musicians: http://www.edgen.com
http://neil-cecgwen.com/
lawapa
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440 posts since 9 Mar, 2003, from Denver Co

Postby lawapa; Fri Mar 31, 2006 8:35 pm

I resently purchased the Demonic Voices from hell cd. Not a bad take on a heavy metal theme. It could have used a tad more variation=less repitition more words or types. But All in all for the price it's good. :) Now for suggestions like you asked, A good gregorian/monk choir, All male, Lots of low end detail :) I have no idea what would be involved, and that's the reason I ask, Well I guess I have some idea. Where would you find monks to sit for a recording session?
Pentagon,z3ta+,Tassman,Vsampler 3,FM7,Vocator,Sonar 3 Producer,SoundForge,Awave,Vegas 5
SFZ+,P5. And two kick ass DawBox machines!
Kitchen Sink
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110 posts since 15 Sep, 2005

Postby Kitchen Sink; Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:26 pm

Yo! :) I would have liked some kind of a palette of different breath noises for the flutes. Like breathing in, overblowing, staccato "spitting", moving from one pipe to another while blowing on the pan pipe etc. There have to be several instances of each "noise articulation" so that they don't sound like the same sample played all over again. Another thing are the key clicking noises on Privilege, which were mapped seemingly randomly. The key clicks are actually pitched sounds, so they could have been mapped to corresponding MIDI notes - and maybe even with multi-sampled velocities... Am I being too pedantic? :D On a real flute, it's possible to play melodies without blowing, using just the click noises, and I think it's a nice sound.

The Kloo mandolin has unpitched articulation noises, and that's what makes it excellent instead of just good, IMO. The same goes with Dusty Electric Mk II, with its multi-velocity note-off samples. Too bad so few MIDI keyboards send note-off velocity, so I have to use my crappy old XP-50 to play it! Even the otherweise excellent new Nord Stage doesn't support note-off velocity. What's wrong with keyboard manufacturers these days?

Anyway. Whatever you're going to sample, it's always a good idea to include noises and other realism bits.
MonacoMan
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Postby MonacoMan; Sat Oct 28, 2006 9:17 am

i already purchased quite a bunch of your libraries in the past and they are all outstanding. so, if you ever release more toy-instruments or some other outrageous stuff, let me know ! :-)

T. Rex
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