Problem with Albion Solstace ELDR TRAD Longs
I'm noticing if you use the legato patch (which generally is the most important), the upper register is almost entirely unusable because the legato transitions between them don't have the same "airy" sound in them as the sustains.
So you end up with this sort of "sucking" noise, as if someone were trying to hoover the carpet during your concert.
It's a problem no matter the settings, but it's most obvious when you remove reverb and set mic distance to Far.
Audio file included below.
This post has nothing to do with the releases though. Just the legato transitions between notes, which can obviously only happen on the legato patch. By "sustains" there, I meant the sustain samples within the legato articulation.0
Yes I own multiple other spitfire libraries with legatos, I'm well aware of how they work.
Changing the velocity on this patch does not negate this issue.
You can clearly hear in this audio file attached that the first half (the lower register) is fine, but as it reaches the second half (the upper register) the transitions don't have the same airy sound as the sustain samples that follow.
With every legato note change the airiness is sucked straight out and then abruptly thrust back in half a second later.1
Thanks for pointing this out.0
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