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Post by crs7string » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:56 am

I upgraded from Trilogy to Trillian when it was released.

I am enjoying discovering what else it can do.

I just used the arpeggio feature on a track to lay down an eighth note figure with the Precision Bass patch.

I haven't yet tried dragging a midi file into the arpeggiator, that may be next.

Spectrasonics has great instruments and a tribute to their depth and breadth is how long an instrument still has relevance. Stylus must be close to 10 years old at this point and still can do tricks that nothing else can.

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Re: Trillian

Post by allends » Fri Aug 27, 2010 6:09 am

Good for you Chuck!

Pretty soon, you'll be the go-to man for Spectrasonics tips! ;) I've got all three products and the only thing that would make me happier with them would be more time to learn something new every day. :)

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Re: Trillian

Post by mazz » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:04 am

I've used the acoustic bass in several places and it's just so amazing sounding. The playability of the instruments is quite awesome and inspiring. The waveforms for the synth basses can be used for more than basses, and being able to load them into Omnisphere for turning into pads, leads, whatever, is such a cool feature.

Now the next step is to roll Stylus into the Omni/Trillian universe and have one amazing (and CPU killing) instrument!! I'm sure they're working on something like that, those busy bees at Spectrasonics!!

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