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  • I purchased the Symphonic Cube - now what do I do?

    I am running the latest versions of DP and Altiverb.

    I love the sounds, but I don't have a clue what to do. Ivory Piano was easy. How do I link MIDI tracks from DP?

    I've bookmarked Beat Kaufman's MIDI tutorial. Is that good enough?

    Am I correct in understanding that I must buy something like Kontack in order to make articulation changes on a single track?

    What are the best tutorials out there?

    I apologize for the newbie questions.

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    Hi and welcome Sleeping in Seattle,

    our Video Tutorials will help you a lot with the Vienna Instruments:

    In DP, I believe you create an instrument track and assign a Vienna Instrument and you´re ready to go [:)]

    I´m sure some DP Pros will chime in here!

    You can also contact me at p.steinbauer@vsl.co.at with further questions!

    Best,

    Paul

    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    @Sleeping in Seattle said:

    I am running the latest versions of DP and Altiverb. I love the sounds, but I don't have a clue what to do. Ivory Piano was easy. How do I link MIDI tracks from DP?
    I've bookmarked Beat Kaufman's MIDI tutorial. Is that good enough?

    Hello Sleeping in Seattle
    Yes follow all the videos like Paul does recommend it. You will learn a lot of how to apply the Vienna Instrument and its samples.

    With this knowledge you'll be able to follow my midi tutorial which is now adapted to the Vienna Instrument (no Kontakt or HAlion Sample player is necessary, the VI itself is the player). >
    So select then http://www.beat-kaufmann.com/tipspcmusic/vimidi/index.php
    In addition to the great videos of VSL my tutorial shows more the way of selecting different articulations by the sequencer and not by playing the VI life...


    Once you have audio signals from your Vienna Instruments you will enter into the other part of the story: The audio part.
    One possibility is to follow the VSL-Audio tutorial... http://www.beat-kaufmann.com/tipspcmusic/howtousevslaudio/index.php


    I wish you a lot of success
    and a good start with this fantastic product

    But still one thing: BE PATIENT [:D]

    Beat Kaufmann

    - 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/