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Old 08-21-2017, 04:57 AM
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I think the title sais it all.

I own I'd say 80% of EWQL's libraries. I've bought a composer pro bundle twice along with Hollywood and Symphony Orchestra so having a search box I think is more than needed.

I've worked with those libraries for years now so I know the paths but I can tell you for a fact that I know a lot of people who stopped using EWQL libraries after the first one they got. The libraries sound great it's a mess trying to find the articulations you want.

You could get inspiration from Omnipshere 2's search engine. Or any good synth out there. It's become a standard way of searching for patches so any new user or existing user will find themselves right at home.

Search box and finder with attributes. I know that your libraries are already sorted by instrument and attributes but for those of us how owns many of your libraries, we end up having percs and metals and woods and brass and strings all over the place.

A search box is the first step.
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I think the title sais it all.

I own I'd say 80% of EWQL's libraries. I've bought a composer pro bundle twice along with Hollywood and Symphony Orchestra so having a search box I think is more than needed.

I've worked with those libraries for years now so I know the paths but I can tell you for a fact that I know a lot of people who stopped using EWQL libraries after the first one they got. The libraries sound great it's a mess trying to find the articulations you want.

You could get inspiration from Omnipshere 2's search engine. Or any good synth out there. It's become a standard way of searching for patches so any new user or existing user will find themselves right at home.

Search box and finder with attributes. I know that your libraries are already sorted by instrument and attributes but for those of us how owns many of your libraries, we end up having percs and metals and woods and brass and strings all over the place.

A search box is the first step.
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Hi Admin,

Thanks for your reply!

(Though I do not understand how this went. I posted a reply to the thread of member: fbeauvaisc (name: François Beauvais) on October 13th 2017. That reply was not published on the forum for some reason. In spite of that I find a reply now!)

You wrote in your reply that the search option will be coming this month, but since there is no publishing date visual near to you reply, I wonder what month that will be, and if the search option will be available in a new EW Play version?

Thanks for your reply in advance!

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Old 11-13-2017, 12:46 PM
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That is freaking awesome!
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Fantastic!
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