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Old 12-06-2017, 12:07 PM
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Default Tempo Changes in Cubase 9

Hi,

another not mentioned bug:
When tempo is being changed in Cubase while singing,
the worldbuilder gets pretty confused and sings the same syllable three times
before going to the next one.
Just for the list of the bugfixers.

Simon

PS.
Even if anyone here is moaning about bugs and tells you to do better:
- you're doing a great job. I hardly know of any software that comes out without
any bugs. And none of them sounds like this.

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Downloading now. I just laughed out load when I watched the promo video. Loved the line "are you tired of the same old latin phrases..." Vetus eadem, idem Vetus!!! Can't wait to use this! Tempus Fugit
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PRE PAIR FOOR BATOLE!
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PRE PAIR FOOR BATOLE!
Tha'ts "Praeparet bellum" to you!
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Tha'ts "Praeparet bellum" to you!
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No crossgrade for previous symphonic choirs owner ?
+1 - What he said.
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Sorry Alan, there is no cross-grade available.
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It's been more than 10 years since I last used Symphonic Choirs, but I just downloaded Hollywood Choirs from composer cloud and tried it out with this little 16 bar demo https://soundcloud.com/user-26074241...irs-small-test

It didn't take too long to make, but, of course, it is still not that intelligible, but the sound of the samples are beautiful. I wonder if others are getting more intelligible English than this? I am studying the program now, and I think I have worked out a way to make it much clearer in English.
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