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Re: Any tips for nice sounding pad sounds?

Post by Len911 » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:08 am

Holmseth wrote:
Len911 wrote:Pad sounds, real strings. because you have so many genres, the most versatile might be violins, especially if you don't need the cellos and basses, like in pop, soul, country.... Here's an example, it says violins, the demo has some other instruments also, but they should be on different tracks because it says it's a construction kit. These loops could be used in Halion. ... -Pack.html

Thanks, this is interesting, but I'm not sure the link you sent me will work with halion. I asked customer service and if it works I will give it a go. There was alot of other nice sounding construction kits on the site too so I'm gonna buy a few organic (hip hop) and play around with it.... I'm jused to recording accoustic instruments so anything that would help me working with samples would also be great. Thank you again.
Asbjorn ... urces.html
scroll toward the bottom of the page to see a list of all the formats supported. yes, it supports wav files. Halion 6 is first and foremost a full blown sampler, it seems most of the material focuses on the synth and new features. Be aware that Kontakt files after version 4.1 are encrypted so don't expect any kontakt instruments to be supported.
Not an expert on contemporary music

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