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Old 10-11-2016, 02:02 PM
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Default Greetings from Beaumont, Texas

We're here at Acme Sound & Demolition, a small boutique studio in Beaumont. We are doing primarily blues and rock, but we want to start doing more horn- based R&B, what I've been playing for over 50 years. I play bass. I would love to use real horns, but they are becoming harder to find- everybody now wants tio play guitar, and besides, playing a horn half-decently is HARD. so- Hollyhood Brass. I have dabbled with Native Instruments Session Horns, and they just don't sound real enough.
The examples I have heard of Hollywod Brass sound like the real McCoy without overtime.
But the learning curve seems fairly steep.
Any suggestions regarding patched, settings, etc for R&B and Soul music will be greater appreciated. I'll even give liner credits.
Old 10-18-2016, 03:10 AM
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Yes, Hollywood Orchestra does have quite a steep learning curve.
But the results are worth it.
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