Santiago Guerrero Jr. replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"RealStrat from Music Lab with a good amp simulator like Guitar Rig 4 from Native Instruments or Amplitube from IK Multimedia
that will do the work
i have a library call Electricity from Vir2 . But to heavy . much time to load .some drop outs on the…"
Jul 27, 2010
Mike replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"Thank you for your answer Chris.

Kind regards,

Miguel

Chris Alpiar said:The VSL Overdrive is one of the very best electric guitar samples I have ever heard, and the fine details that the VSL team puts in makes it a total win of a…"
Jul 25, 2010
Jesse Boley replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"i'd have to second prominy LPC. It's really worlds better than ministry of rock, which in my opinion, kinda sucks. LPC is really in a different league.

If you go that route, i'd recommend just getting the clean version and using amp simulators to…"
Apr 16, 2010
Mark McDowell replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"I have the Prominy LPC library (the clean version) and it is very good. A little expensive, perhaps, but VERY good. I use Guitar Rig or Amplitube for the grit - gives me more control - but you can get both.

Also, I hear that RealStrat and RealLPC…"
Apr 15, 2010
Mike left a comment for DELPHINE TESLA
"Very great Tracks, great Envolvement, works great."
Jun 3, 2009
Mike left a comment for Leslie Quarcoopome
"Leslie, Excelent works, i sure hope they would be complete because one has curiosity to see to where your intelligent and professional music leads to. Congratulations."
Jun 3, 2009
Mike left a comment for Karen E. Peace
"Wonderful scores. All of them."
Nov 28, 2008
Sonaljit replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"No doubt Quantum Leap's Ministry of Rock is the best of its kind. However its huge, and consumes a lot of memory while functioning.
A more cheaper and equally effective solution (takes much less memory) would be - using ReFX Slayer2 to generate the…"
Nov 2, 2008
Mike replied to Mike's discussion Best VST for Rock / Heavy Guitar
"Thank for you answer Ray,

Yes, I have seen EW Ministry of Rock, and it definitly rocks, however it is a bit expensive,

I have Kontakt and Sibelius, is there any less expensive solution that would apply for me ?

Thank you in advance for your help…"
Oct 24, 2008
Mike left a comment for Scotty Max
"Great hard rock track examples and potencial"
Oct 17, 2008
Mike left a comment for Biochips
"To be good enough or not good enough the answer is in the eye of the beholder, therefor a question of perspective. For what is worth I like it specially "Dreams of the future". Congratulations."
Oct 17, 2008
Mike left a comment for Alexander Sadovski
"Very Emotional and Powerful track. Congratulations."
Oct 17, 2008
Mike left a comment for Andrew Sigler
"Your compositions are wonderful, specially
Coolhunter .... Such a Fantastic musical fireworks.

I also noticed your sound quality is great. Could you tell me please what is your hardware/ software (samples, notation , etc) ?

Thank you"
Oct 14, 2008
Mike left a comment for Peter
"Very solid , and nice sounding work."
Oct 14, 2008
Mike left a comment for Corrado Rossi
"Great compositions and sound."
Oct 14, 2008
Mike left a comment for Mike
"I want to thank my friend João Macias for the original photos that he shoot on his voyages, and amiably gave me the opportunity to illustrate some of my music with them. Thank you João."
Jul 6, 2008
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  • Hey Mike, many thanks for taking the time to listen to my tracks and leaving a comment. I hope to develop these and other ideas fully (just as soon as I give up my day job. LoL) This is imminent so I'll have plenty of time to concentrate on music. I'm just listening to your player...

    Regards, Leslie
  • Hi Mike, thx for your kind comments on my music soem time ago. I am listening to your Requiem for a memory -- very haunting, with a slight middle-eastern chant-like quality (at least for me). I love how it transitions into the arpeggiated piano parts. Of course, I love the strings too, since... um ... I love strings. Pardon, it's 3 am!

    Best wishes,
    Karen Peace
  • Hi Mike. I think your music is very beautiful. I loved Adagio 4 A Friend!
  • Thanks Mike. Actually, I have not finished yet. I started it about 3 years ago and then got tired of it and started jumping to other stuff. It's written in four voices. I have ben thinking to go back and finish it since it does have not much left.. maybe your comment will inspire me to wrap it up....not much left to go....Thanks...stay in touch
  • Interesting works.
  • Hi Mike,
    Thanks so much for your comment about my Lord's Prayer.
    Your strings scores are really nice.
    Regards,
    AlexBG
  • Hello Mike. Thank you very much for your comment. I am working on a number of new things, so hopefully I will be able to publish some new pieces for you to listen to, my aim being to tap into a more popularist market. I have recently been stopped by illness, and this is the reason I have been unable to acknowlege your comment until now. But I hope I can add you as a friend?!
  • Hi Miguel, thanks for stopping by to my page.
    Beautiful soundtrack music here, very relaxing and perfectly performed.
    My congrats!
    Cheers, Corrado :)
  • Hi, Mike -
    Thanks for the compliment! I'm listening to your music as I type--Mare Bello is just beautiful.
  • Hi Miguel....wow, mare bello is beautifull, I like this song very much....yes, indeed the piano sound a little bit mechanically...maybe you could try some less quantization and bring the same emotions to the keys like you did to your other instruments... don´t hide behind not being a pianoplayer ;-) with best regards from Berlin, Mitsch
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