best orchestral refill ?

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MAL9000
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Post 24 Jun 2015

"Hornre" maybe. Or (Trom)Bonre
You said BONRE!!!!
Sorry couldn't resist. :roll:

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Post 24 Jun 2015

MAL9000 wrote:
"Hornre" maybe. Or (Trom)Bonre
You said BONRE!!!!Sorry couldn't resist.
Haha!

So juvenile, yet so funny.
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Post 24 Jun 2015

MAL9000 wrote:
"Hornre" maybe. Or (Trom)Bonre
MAL9000 wrote:
You said BONRE!!!!
Sorry couldn't resist. :roll:
Yeah, I really should act my age - Sorry

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Post 24 Jun 2015

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Originally Posted by MAL9000
 
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"Hornre" maybe. Or (Trom)Bonre



You said BONRE!!!!
 
Sorry couldn't resist.  :roll:




Yeah, I really should act my age - Sorry 
I think he may have been talking to me. But I make no apologies!! :s0403:


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snowcat
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Post 24 Jun 2015

how about "EmbouchuRE" ???

p.s. I Love "ChambRE" - especially their cello.
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iamthor4
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Post 26 Nov 2020

snowcat wrote:
24 Jun 2015
how about "EmbouchuRE" ???

p.s. I Love "ChambRE" - especially their cello.
never seen that refill snowcat

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Post 27 Nov 2020

iamthor4 wrote:
26 Nov 2020
snowcat wrote:
24 Jun 2015
how about "EmbouchuRE" ???

p.s. I Love "ChambRE" - especially their cello.
never seen that refill snowcat
Those were part of the Great Softphonics Debacle, and are removed from the store.

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Post 28 Nov 2020

I know, I know: it's not a RE, but as of 2020 the "Spitfire BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover" VST (€49 or maybe still for free I you consider a "delivery" delay of two weeks) is best bang for your buck, despite lacking some extras such as Legato, or round robin samples. An amazing library (only 200MB!!!)

https://www.spitfireaudio.com/bbcso/discover/

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Post 21 Jul 2022

Softphonics wrote: I know things that I can't say here. 
You should try making music sometime and cut out the high and mighty act! 
Found this topic after all these years and this bit from Softphonics when he attacked Joey made me laugh a lot. Obviously it became clear after 2015 there were definitely things Softphonics 'can't say here' - mainly that whilst posting in this aggressive tone on the forum, he was also busy thieving samples from Native Instruments' products and reselling them.

I guess he should have tried making some of his own sample libraries sometime and cutting out the high and mighty act! :D

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