Interesting, I'm actually finding it hard to choose between the two! Certainly the BBCSO version has a more natural ambience, a bit more space in the sound, and the added touches of colour with the woodwind are nice. But on the other hand, the Odin2 version has a better legato and, if anything, a little more warmth. You did a great job to make the synth sound so organic and expressive!photonic wrote: ↑Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:30 amBTW: For those who wants to hear, how my third movement "Memory of the Fallen" would sound with a real orchestra! I did this again with the FREE orchestral library from Spitfire Audio, BBCSO Discover. I added some brass and woodwinds to it to complete a whole orchestra.
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Thank you very much!
I feel the same. I would need one of the more expensive libraries with legato samples to reach the effect I got with Odin. Also the attack of the strings is to hard for this track. But hey ... Discover is free!