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  1. #1
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    ProjectSAM new Orchestral RE?

    What do you think about the this new RE?

    See it in the Shop and try it out. Then lets us know what you think?

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    Hello Sir Matt I like a lot the kontak's serie symphobia.
    not yet try this one
    as you I'm curiouse.
    it"s a big price then I will make a try with crash test soonly.
    I' curiouse about the cpu usage and also the differents articulations.
    Last edited by brandtkalk; 06-03-2015 at 09:09 AM.

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    ok . It's done
    and here is my first impressions.
    something miss
    A true legato for diferent solo effect with mono instruments.
    articulation aren't verry impressive and no more expressive, only more dynamic.
    for the crash test on my Intel Core i7 4500U @ 1.80GHz Technologie Haswell ULT 22nm
    with 16,0 Go Canal-Double DDR3 @ 798 MHz (yes mr Matt and mr Ozone , I just added 8 giga as you recommand)

    with 24 RE Orchestra my cpu oscilling between 2/3 to 3/4 of its maximum value.
    24 IT'S A LOT AND enought IMO
    BUT this test was without the RE's reverb
    the second crash test with each individual reverb put my cpu at maximum since 12 RE.
    if any other question I can make some other test durnig the next 3 weeks.
    have a nice day everybody

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    Administrator Matt's Avatar
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    Thanks for taking the time that's some good insight. I downloaded it to try it out but it said download failed and now I can not try it as it says I already did.

  5. #5
    Hello Sir Matt
    may be you can remove your RE with autorizer and restart the download?

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    an other bad point. it's impossible to save your tunning without put it in a combinator

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