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Old 05-07-2017, 03:27 PM
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Default Trombones + B Trombone Staccatissimo patch

Hi,

I've been reading through the manual, but I just wanted to know if the 2 trombones + bass trombone staccatissmo patch can be shortened at all? When played at high velocities, it sounds really aggressive and long and is hard to play fast passages.

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Careful adjustments in the ADHSR envelope may help tighten it up (probably shortening decay and release)
Have to be careful though or else it will sound unnatural
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Old 05-08-2017, 01:27 PM
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Careful adjustments in the ADHSR envelope may help tighten it up (probably shortening decay and release)
Have to be careful though or else it will sound unnatural
Right.

Another way to handle this is to render your passage at a slower tempo w/o reverb. You would then time shift the .wav file to the correct tempo, and then add the reverb back, by routing that audio ch to the verb. Of course, once you go to far with the tempo, you will start to hear artifacts, but those should be kept to a minimum if your slower tempo is not too far from the original.
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