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Old 12-04-2017, 08:25 PM
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What I'd love:

- A staccato patch or "apply to all" button in the wordbuilder, to turn all words into staccato. In this day and age, it really shouldn't be so fiddly to play a staccato patch (which almost ALL other choir libraries do satisfactorily)

If I have the choice to go through and manually set every vowel to staccato, or simply load a staccato patch from a different library (VOXOS, etc.) which do you think I'll choose?

- Full Chorus patch.
Not a huge deal, but one of the benefits of Symphonic Choirs is how quickly it is to load up a full choir Ah patch. Now I've got to create my own multis? Guh...

- Shouts and effects
Now I know this isn't really something you can simply add with a patch, but it's a missed opportunity.
Reminds me of all the omissions made with the Hollywood series. It just doesn't feel like the same effort is being made that went into SYmphonic Orchestra all those years ago.
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Old 12-07-2017, 09:36 PM
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Good to see that even though my comment about adding better demos was deleted, Nick has gone ahead and done that anyway.
Good decision.
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