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Hello guys, this is my first post here. My name is Giorgio and I'm from Italy. I'm a sound designer and a... young composer. I've taken a look at the forum and it seems really nice. I'm looking for a complete orchestral sound library (complete orchestra, chamber ensembles and solo interments) good for classical and film soundtrack music. So... these are my questions for you: 1st Which is, in your opinion, the best library? 2nd Which is the best quality/price ratio library? (possibly a quite cheap one) Obviously, they don't have to be complete bundles, but they can also be separate libraries (strings, woodwinds, etc.) that I can buy separately. Thanks in advance.
Hey YC, I've been looking into software a little, but I haven't gotten much to work with. I recently bought a M-audio MIDI keyboard, and the only thing I've been able to do with it is plug in some notes in the Finale and Sibelius free trials. However, a lot of ya'll say that writing by hand is much more beneficial so I think I'm going to start doing that again. But I would also like to invest in some VST's and programs that will allow me to record what I write. The only program I have really heard of is Cakewalk, but I haven't been able to find out about it much. So, if ya'll could kind of give me a list of what I should get I would really appreciate it. WHAT I HAVE: A PC A M-Audio MIDI Keyboard Under $10,000,000 :P WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO DO: Be able to record orchestral pieces that I compose on that keyboard with as much quality for the lowest price. What VST packs do I buy? What programs do I use? Just a complete list to be able to do as I described for the best price. Thanks, Chop :w00t: