rebowing in Solo Strings is really bad, or isn't it?
I buyed 2 days ago the spitfire solo strings. I have read all the comments from the users.
Now, I have also the opinion, that the sound is very good of all 6 instruments.
But - and I haven’t believe this not further, but its true, that the rebowing on long notes is not really good for such an great library!
Only the long progressive vibrato cello sound had a rebowing, that is acceptable. All other articulations have a much to early rebowing with a bad disturb-sound!
My wife plays cello herself and I know, if a rebowing is good or bad. Its not easy to learn, but in such a library I would have expected a better transition in the rebowing.
Please make an update of this rebowing in all of the articulations of all the solo instruments quick!
Or - give me a trick to get a better result for this. Do you know the piece for piano and cello from Arvo Pärt „Mirror in the Mirror“? Its very slow with long notes over 3 bars. 80 bpm in an 6/4 Bar. I can’t play it smoothly with any of the solo cello articulations. Every time you can hear some bad noises in the transitions. And it should be very quiet.
If you have a tip, please inform me. But it is necessary for your company to make an update for this problem.
Tanks for the good sound as well,
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