Thanks for the add Jeremy! I must say, that film trailer is epic (and the music you composed for it is fantastic a well)! I really enjoyed your other tracks as well. You have a great amount of diversity in your style. "Electronic Sunrise" echoed shades of C64 to my ears (but maybe that's just me). Keep up the great work!
"Just listening to your music. I love it. Had to drop you a message to say so. I'm heavily into film music - have been since 5 years old. It has definitely influenced how I enjoy music.
"Ok, well to sum up. I have the old version and I bought the new one. Both of them pretty much are unusable for anything professional or semi professional. They are mostly good for just basic outlines of a score, but IMO I am mostly excited about…"
"The original samples are mostly monophonic and recorded very dry, but the new engine has a pseudo stereo function, that makes the result a bit better together with reverb. Previous versions had a also more weak sound, IMO, but I don't know…"
"I upgraded to GPO4. It does not have the Gofriller Cello or Stradivari Violin that you seek (I have these as well, and they are incomparably better than the solo samples included in GPO4). However, it has samples based on a Strad and Gofriller, just…"
"Well Chris, I don't know how to answer that fully. There is a lot of info that you're probably missing that would help you get the gist. The first thing I would do is check out the garritan home page. GPO works like a plugin and is VST and…"
"I'd like to invest in a garratan product but I don't know how they work really, do they have any demos I can try? I've been using Finale Notepad for a few years, but the garritan sounds are much better, and Finale limits My staves…"
"Well, I have access to my church, which is now one of the locations considered to host the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, while they upgrade the Boettcher Concert Hall. I don't know if they will get it, but it shows how decent the church is. As…"
"New versions of the Strad and Gofriller are supposed to be included in GOS 2, along with some additional solo strings, similarly programmed. No word for now on when that's supposed to come out (soon, I hope!)
The solo strings in GPO 4 are…"