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  • thanks :) 


  • Paul,

    at first I read your "2 activations included" literally. But after using VA to download and install it I wondered why the new library didn't show up in Synchron Player. (Yes I'm a dummy when it comes to admin procedures.)

    So then I went through the 'old' procedure, i.e. purchase license (for free in this case) then activate license - though now of course using iLok License Manager. And hey presto! All good!

    I wonder if others who reported here not seeing their new library in Synchron Player, also took that wording "2 activations included" literally.

    Maybe it would help to change the wording to "2 activations available" or something similar?


  • Make sure you have the latest Synchron Player installed (1.2.112 or newer). 

    CAUTION: If you are still using eLicenser based library you have to reinstall these libraries from the Vienna Assistant in order to use these. You can't use eLicenser and iLok based Synchron libraries at the same time.


    Ben@VSL | IT & Product Specialist
  • Hi Ben, 

    I have Synchron player 1.1.2063. That seems to be the current version. Is there a 1.2 already? 

    I understand that I should see a "HELLO FREE INSTRUMENTS" group under Factory but it is not there. (others have reported this too)

    This is my first VSL iLok library. I have not started converting my VSL libraries to iLok yet. I need to order a new drive so I can have both eLicenser and iLok libs available for as long as it takes me to open and save several hundred Logic projects. 

    Are you saying that I won't be able to use the Free Fujara Flute until after I have converted all my eL libs to iLok?  

    Thanks! 


  • PaoloT, Good for you! Yet again you amaze me with your accomplishments! I too am permanently a student. As I've always said, I'll have stopped learning when they nail down the lid on my coffin. (But I think I'll skip trying to learn overtone singing, lol. I've already spent about 8 years getting familiar with the partial series and JI in other ways.)

    I agree, VSL's fujara is another fine cause for more learning. For me, Slovakian folk melodies for fujara open a very interesting window on modal use of JI in Europe.


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    Hi cug,

    You need the iLok protected Synchron Player software to use the Fujara Flute.

    Which in turn means that you need to upgrade your existing eLicenser sample content to the iLok protected content (if you have not done that yet).

    Here are a few thoughts about transition strategies.

    Best,
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    @Paul said:

    You need the iLok protected Synchron Player software to use the Fujara Flute. 

    Which in turn means that you need to upgrade your existing eLicenser sample content to the iLok protected content (if you have not done that yet). 

    Here are a few thoughts about transition strategies

    Thanks Paul! The transition strategy video was just what I needed to get the ball rolling. I've started my transition. 

    Cheers,

     Carlos  


  • Am I correct that if I want to write a playable piece using the free Fujara flute I can only use the notes in the scale of G or A? However I assume the instrument has a means to change the tuning from G to A which is probably not possible while playing. So only one scale at the time is possible. 

    That would mean that all other notes sounding on the virtual instrument are electronically transposed.


  • Dear Friends of VSL

    Here is another Demo of the Fujara - Flute:

    https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/synchron-libraries-audio-demos/

    (Scroll down to the Fujara-Flute Demo, and have Fun)

    Beat


    - Tips & Tricks while using Samples of VSL.. see at: https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/ - Tutorial "Mixing an Orchestra": https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/mixing-an-orchestra/
  • @Beat-Kaufmann said:

    Dear Friends of VSL


    Here is another Demo of the Fujara - Flute:


    https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/synchron-libraries-audio-demos/


    (Scroll down to the Fujara-Flute Demo, and have Fun)


    Beat

    This link to the Fujara demo is even more direct than the one mentioned above.

    Reason for the addition: The website has been updated in the course of time.

    Have Fun

    Beat


    - Tips & Tricks while using Samples of VSL.. see at: https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/ - Tutorial "Mixing an Orchestra": https://www.beat-kaufmann.com/mixing-an-orchestra/