VSL Symphonic Cube and Sibelius.

VSL Symphonic Cube and Sibelius.

Symphonic Cube
Quick tips

VSL Symphonic Cube and Sibelius.

Today I thought we’d take a very quick look at VSL’s Symphonic Cube in Sibelius, as I’m just setting up a new template that uses Mir Pro hosted in VE Pro 7.

I’ve been asked a few times now if you can use the full libraries with Sibelius and if Mir Pro works, and as my new template is based on exactly these things, thought it a perfect time to show you.

In this little blog post I’m just starting to edit the playback of a tune, and it’s nowhere near finished, but you’ll see that the graphical midi tools plugin also works with full libraries, and I’ll also share a tip about adding more articulations into your sample player.

Shortly I’ll be doing a complete range of downloadable templates with full courses to show how to set them up in Sibelius, and if you join my mailing list I’ll send you a quick message once there done thanks for watching.

In the meantime, if there are any samples from VSL that you’ll like me to demonstrate on the site, or any software like Mir Pro, or Mir X, or the Vienna Suite for example, get in touch via the ‘Contact Me’ tab at the bottom of the site, or leave a comment below, and I’ll set about sorting the video blog demo as soon as possible for you.

See you soon for the next one, where we’ll look at Dimension Strings.

I’ll be back soon for the next one, where we’ll be looking in detail at Dimension Strings.

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