Anthony's Philharmonic

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Anthony's Philharmonic

Postby AnthonyD » Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:44 am

I started to put this in the sample library section, but I thought that it might be more visible here in general, but I'll let the moderators decide where they want this.

I am creating a virtual instrument library called Anthony's Philharmonic in the SFZ format. Since I am a Musescore user, I have tailored this library to my own usage of Musescore and LinuxSampler.

The first release will be of woodwinds and a Steinway grand piano. You can hear some brief comparisons of my library to FluidR3 and Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQP-HdmnD0E. All of the demos in this video were made with no external manipulation in a DAW. These are the actual sounds of each library as played by Musescore into LinuxSampler (for FluidR3, Qsynth).

You can visit http://www.anthonydeaton.com for more details about Anthony's Philharmonic. Both the About page and the Philharmonic page contain information about the library. I will also have videos on the Videos page demonstrating how to use my library with Musescore, LinuxSampler and Zita-Rev1 for those who may be interested.

I will begin uploading the library in the next few days, so hopefully by next week it will be available for download at the Philharmonic page of my website. Please let me know if any of you are interested in having this library and I will post again in this thread when the downloads are ready :)
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Re: Anthony's Philharmonic

Postby cuse » Sun Jan 12, 2014 1:38 pm

Youtube sais "this video is private".
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