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BlakeEwing says

@ZtarrZound & @garethcoker

The close mics blend definitely help. I’ve also found the shorts TM (time machine) patches help a tremendous amount if you’re trying to get an even shorter more controlled staccatissimo/spiccato sound. As Gareth said though. I still have to add a midi pre-delay to all of them though to get them on the grid.

And, one more vote for the CS longs :)

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thesecession says

Personally I don’t think anything will ever beat La Scoring Strings staccatos, they’re just perfect in my opinion! Plus the “auto rhythm tool” is just icing on the cake.

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garethcoker Envato team says

I’ve always liked the Garritan Personal Orchestra myself. Incredible quality. :sarcasm:

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ProWaveAudio says

I really enjoyed watching Alex Pfeffers demo. Great sounding library. I’m going to have to get it. Thanks for sharing!

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