Details on HS3 New Instruments/Samples

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Details on HS3 New Instruments/Samples

Post by C.LYDE101 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 2:02 pm

Over the years I've noted how little some OEMs bother to divulge info about the sample library content of new products, except to use terms like " rich, transparent and brilliant " :lol:

The Raven grand piano - seriously, what is the original piano?
[The firm of Bacon & Raven was one of America’s oldest and most well-respected piano manufactures with roots going all the way back to John Jacob Astor] ... It's not this is it?

The Eagle grand piano - likewise ... surely not a defunct Singaporean rarity?

Hot Brass - when compared to libraries by e-instruments , and I'm thinking of Session Horns - how do these compare in articulations, phrases, scripting etc.

Studio Strings - when compared to libraries by e-instruments , and I'm thinking of Session Strings- how do these compare in articulations, phrases, scripting etc.
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Post by Hippo » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:42 pm

Basically if you expect these to be up to the typical kontakt level of add on library's you will be very disappointed IMO

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Re: Details on HS3 New Instruments/Samples

Post by C.LYDE101 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:07 pm

Actually all I'd like and I would think others too? Is more information on the new sample instruments than the glib marketing gibberish :roll:

From a user perspective - Hippo - you one and you're not impressed?
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